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My research areas are psycho- and neurolinguistics, in particular syntactic, morphological, and phonological processes in language production and reading aloud. Furthermore, I am interested in articulatory-motor processes during speech production, language processing in neurologically impaired patients, and forensic phonetics.
Kees (short for Cornelis) is a molecular biologist especially focussed on cell-cell interactions in cancer. He studied biology at the Free University of Amsterdam (NL) and obtained his PhD in 1993 at the Leiden University Medical Centre (Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology) and TNO-Gaubius Institute in Leiden, NL. After a post-doc in the same department Kees moved to the Università Vita Saluta San Raffaele in Milan (IT), where he stayed for 5 years. In his Italian period he visited several institutes, including the Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research (Milan, IT) and the Finsen Laboratory, a basic cancer research department in Copenhagen (DK). He returned to the Leiden University Medical Centre performing research projects in the departments of Pathology, Gastroenterology, and Trauma Surgery. From the summer of 2010 Kees joined the CTMM consortium MUSIS via ARA-BV (SME located in Gouda, NL) and became associated member of the Image-guided Oncologic Surgery group (Head, dr. Alexander Vahrmeijer) within the department of Surgery of the Leiden University Medical Centre. His main focus is the evaluation of tumour markers as target for image-guided surgery and the subsequent development of targeted probes against selected candidates.
Henk van Steenbergen is an Assistant Professor at the Cognitive Psychology Unit at Leiden University and founder of the Affect, Motivation, and Action (AMA) lab. Henk studied at Leiden University, where he obtained a BA degree in Philosophy of Psychology, and a BSc and MPhil degree in Cognitive Neuroscience (cum laude) in 2007. He obtained his PhD (cum laude / highest distinction) from the same university in 2012, on a thesis entitled “The drive to control: How affect and motivation regulate cognitive control”.