Natasha Maurits

Professor of Clinical Neuroengineering Profile
Professor of Clinical Neuroengineering

I am full professor of Clinical Neuroengineering at the department of Neurology, as well as Chief Scientific Information Officer (CSIO), heading the section Information Management for Research, Education and Training of UMCG. I’m also visiting professor at the University of Lincoln (UK). My research focuses on clinical neuroengineering, in particular biomedical signal analysis, multimodal neuroimaging, high-density EEG recording, visualisation of high-dimensional data and home-based diagnosis and monitoring with applications in neurology (movement disorders, stroke, trauma, dementia) and cognition (healthy ageing). Furthermore, I am an advisor to the Data Science Center in Health (DASH) of the UMCG.
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