NWO open competition grant for Danielle Posthuma
CNCR researcher Danielle Posthuma, in collaboration with Peter Hagoort and GuillÃ©n Fernandez (FC Donders Centre Nijmegen), won an NWO Open Competition grant with a proposal that aims to integrate neurogenetics with the field of neuroimaging. This will improve her understanding of the interaction between intellectual functioning and the genetic make-up of an individual.
Peter Visscher KNAW Visiting Professorship at CNCR
Renowned expert in the epidemiology and statistics of genetics, dr. Peter Visscher will make a total of three visits to the VU/CNCR - CTG lab. Visscher received a TOP visiting professorship grant, subsidised by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
Sophie van der Sluis receives Veni from the Netherlands Society for Scientific Research.
Aspasia grant for Danielle Posthuma.
Danielle Posthuma receives NWO Middelgroot grant to buy a Cluster Computer dedicated to genetic research.
Sophie van der Sluis receives ISED-award for the best research paper published in 2004, Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development.
Danielle Posthuma receives JL Fuller & JP Scott Memorial Award for Early Career Outstanding Achievements from the international Behavior Genetics Association, presented in Hollywood, CA.
Danielle Posthuma receives VIDI grant from the Netherlands Scientific Organization to study the complex interplay between genes and environment in intelligence.
Danielle Posthuma selected as a member of the Young Academy of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences