Van der Veen, Dr. R. (Rixt)
- Assistant Professor
|Telephone number:||+31 (0)71 527 1431|
|Faculty / Department:||Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen, Instituut Pedagogische Wetenschappen, Algemene en Gezinspedagogiek|
Pieter de la Court gebouw
2333 AK Leiden
Room number 4B33
Assistant Professor, Child and Family Studies, Leiden University (October 2014 - present). Interest in the influence of early life stress and interventions during adolescence on later life (social) functioning. Current project: Experiences in sensitive periods: Effects on social competence. In collaboration with Prof. Dr. M.J. Kranenburg-Bakermans, Prof. Dr. M.H. van IJzendoorn, , Prof. Dr. M. Joëls.
Postdoctoral researcher, UMC Utrecht, Rudolf Magnus Brain Center, Translational neuroscience (October 2013 – September 2014). Prof. Dr. M. Joëls. Interest in the influence of early life stress and interventions during adolescence on later life (social) functioning. Project: Experiences in sensitive periods: Effects on attention and behavioral control.
Postdoctoral researcher, Child and Family Studies, Leiden University (November 2011 – September 2013). Prof. Dr. M.J. Kranenburg-Bakermans, Prof. Dr. M.H. van IJzendoorn. Project: Using the infant simulator in cry-research: validation and relations with child-abuse and trauma. The role of oxytocin in parenting: validation of a novel ‘baby social reward task’.
Postdoctoral researcher, Medical pharmacology (LACDR/LUMC), Leiden University, (March 2008- October 2011). Prof. Dr. ER de Kloet. Project: Novel susceptibility pathways for psychosis: Individual differences in psychostimulant sensitization. This work explored drugable pathways that underlie the individual susceptibility to the sensitizing ability of amphetamine in a mouse model.
PhD candidate, INSERM U588, Physiopathology of Behavior, University of Bordeaux II, and Medical Pharmacology (LACDR/LUMC), Leiden University (March 2001 – December 2007). Title of dissertation: Gene-environment interactions implicated in drug intake: The establishment of two mouse models. Supervisors: Prof. Dr. PV Piazza and Prof. Dr. ER de Kloet. This work assessed the impact of early and late environmental experiences on drug intake in two inbred strains of mice.
MSc medical Biology, Groningen University (December 2000).
- Daily supervision of Master- and PhD students
- Lecturer in Educational sciences:
- Neurobiologische achtergronden van opvoeding en ontwikkeling
- Inleiding in de praktische filosofie
- Former lecturer in several courses for students in Biomedical (BW), Biofarmaceutical (BFW) and Educational sciences (pedagogiek):
- Hormones and the nervous system
- Frontiers of neural science
- Colloquia Recent advances in developmental psychopathology
- Early life experiences and development
- Gene-environment interaction
- Psychostimulant drugs
- Oxytocine and response to crying
For publication see tab published work.
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