Marieke went to the EACLIPT conference on Clinical Psychology in Dresden. She learnt a lot about the most exciting developments in research in clinical psychology. She presented a poster on her models of depressive rumination, which also won her the best poster prize for its innovativeness.
Marieke and Lionel went to India from October 13-18th to participate in the EMEA workshop organized by the Broadcom foundation. At this workshop, students from Tel Aviv Univesity, Imperial College London, University College Dublin, Indian Institute of Technology Bangalore and the University of Groningen got together to discuss, network and learn from each other. The… Continue reading Marieke & Lionel go to India as part of EMEA workshop on brain-inspired computing
In August 2019, Marieke, Debarati and Amir (collaborating PhD student from the University of Bern in Switzerland) went to India to collect EEG data from debating monks. In addition to that, they spent quite some time learning debate themselves. Together, this resulted in the development of a new rating system for the debates which is… Continue reading Marieke, Debarati & Amir collect data from monks in India
From June 11th-15th, Marieke attended the ENCECON meeting organized by Mind & Life Europe. The theme of the meeting was exploring similarities and differences between meditation, trance, hypnosis and psychedelics. Marieke wrote a blog about the experience which you can find here. Overall the meeting was very interesting in that the participants were all very… Continue reading Marieke presents at the Mind & Life Europe ENCECON meeting
Marieke was invited at CMBC of Emory University to give a lecture about her work with Tibetan monks and dancers. It was an exciting workshop in which a wide range of fascinating research was discussed that attempted to bring neuroscience into real-world situations. There were also a lot of discussion groups on the challenges of… Continue reading Marieke gives keynote at workshop on Neuroscience in the Wild at Emory University