Martijn Mulder

In 2004, Martijn began work as a research assistant at NICHE, the neuroimaging lab at the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of the University Medical Center Utrecht. He began his PhD-project with Sarah Durston and Herman van Engeland in 2005. In 2007, he spent six months at the Sackler Institute of Psychobiology, at the Weill Cornell University Medical Center in New York. Here, he worked on a collaborative project with Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania on perceptual decision-making.

In 2010, Martijn will defend this thesis and will begin a position at the Spinoza Center for Neuroimaging at the University of Amsterdam, working as a post-doctoral researcher on the neural correlates of decision making with Birte Forstmann and Eric-Jan Wagenmakers.