Jeroen Uleman has a background in human movement and brain sciences, and holds a MSc degree in Computational Science from the University of Amsterdam. He’s currently performing graduate research at the Radboud UMC department of Geriatrics and the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in Amsterdam.

He’s interested in the application of computational methods for understanding complex systems like the human brain. Specifically, he’s fascinated by holistic approaches such as multi-scale and systems dynamics models due to their explanatory scope. It’s his ambition to employ such approaches to make contributions to our understanding of neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders. The focus of his current research is on Alzheimer’s Disease.

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