MHeNs School for Mental Health and Neuroscience

The principal focus of the School for Mental Health and Neuroscience, abbreviated as (‘MHeNs’) is to conduct high-impact translational neuroscience research on neurological and psychiatric illness as well as mental health, and to provide state-of-the-art education to Master and PhD students. To this end, MHeNs brings together basic and clinical neuroscience domains in translational focus areas and expert groups. This enables maximum synergy between research groups across its current three divisions, optimizing the use of available expertise, and forging alignment of animal models and human research projects.

New ebook on Clinical Data Science

The collaboration between MHeNs and the Institute for Data Science (IDS) provides exciting opportunities. A recent example is the very timely e-book on Clinical Data Science edited by Pieter Kubben (Department of Neurosurgery) and Michel Dumontier (IDS) and Andre Dekker from (MAASTRO/ IDS), which can be freely downloaded at:






Professor David Healy, Professor of Psychiatry, Bangor University, United Kingdom
Title: Responsibility Care and Neuroscience

Wednesday 13 March 2019

Location: Universiteitssingel 50 (UNS50), Blauwe zaal 0.40

Lecture: 16 hrs. |
Discussion: 17 hrs|

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SAVE THE DATE: Third CIN Meeting | 8 April, 2019

Center for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN)

Third CIN meeting.
Monday 8 April, 2019 at 16 hrs. Closing drink at 17 hrs.

Lectures: Jo Ritzenzaal, Oxfordlaan 55, Maastricht
Drink: Bandito Espresso

More information will follow soon.