Annual Research Day

10th Annual Research Day 2017
Venue: Van der Valk Hotel
Nijverheidsweg 35, 6227 AL Maastricht

It is my great pleasure to invite you to our 10th annual Research Day of the School for Mental Health and Neuroscience on Wednesday November, 29th, 2017.

Theme for this year: “Healthy living and work-life balance”

As keynote speakers we will have:

  • Dr. Rob Heinsbroek, NWO -NeuroLabNl, who will speak about the National Science Agenda and “The workplace for brain-, cognition- and behavioral research”
  • Dr. Ute Hülsheger, Department of Work and Social Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience Maastricht University will give a lecture about Healthy working, healthy living: The role of daily recovery and introduce a debate about “Healthy Living”, the leading theme and strategy.


We have several elevator pitches:

  • 10 Ph.D students about their projects
  • 5 Professors about their main research challenge for the coming years.

 

Further interesting themes are:

CIN:  Center of integrated Neuroscience:
         
Prof. dr. Bart Rutten (FHML) and Prof.dr. Alex Sack (FPN)

HZC:  Hersen en Zenuw Centrum - Brain and Nerve Centre:
          Yasin Temel

All talks and discussions will be in English.

For the support staff (OBP) a separate workshop will be organized during a part of the day.

Registration:
1. Colleagues who are employed by MHeNs will received a personal invitation with a link to register.
2. Everyone else interested in attending the Annual MHeNs Research Day can register here.

Cancellation note:
There is no registration fee, except for No-Show -
For absence without prior notice up to one week before the symposium except unforeseen circumstances -  
In that case the costs incurred, € 35,-- will be charged.


Dr. D. Linden
Director MHeNs

Programme

Abstractbook

For more information:
Marie-Thérèse Moers-Kockelmans 

Secretary scientific director
School for Mental Health & Neuroscience 

secr-MHeNS@maastrichtuniversity.nl
https://mhens.mumc.maastrichtuniversity.nl/
T +31 43 3881021