2nd in Netherlands
3rd in Netherlands
3rd in Netherlands
6th in Netherlands
Journal Editors at Utrecht University
Reviewers from Utrecht University
Hans Lenstra (Utrecht University, Netherlands) has been educated as chemist and biochemist. Since 1978 he has worked on molecular evolution, eukaryotic gene structure, genome characterization and molecular diversity of livestock and wildlife. His present research interests include the molecular diversity of cattle, sheep, goat, water buffalo and horse by analysis of mitochondrial and Y-chromosomal DNA variation, microsatellites, high-density SNP datasets and complete genomic sequencing. He considers the use of genomic data and the development of accessible analysis tools to translate dense datasets to biologically relevant conclusions as the present challenge. Since 2014 he is Editor-in-Chief of Animal Genetics.
Current position Associate Professor, Department of Spatial Planning and Human Geography, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Education 2015 Habilitation at Faculty of Natural Sciences, Leibniz University 2011 Juniorprofessor for Empirical Economic Geography, Institute for Economic and Cultural Geography, Leibniz University 2008 Ph.D. in Economics, Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, Germany 2004 Diplom-Volkswirt (M.A. in Economics), Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, Germany 1998 High school-leaving examination (Abitur), Friderico Francisceum, Doberan, Germany
Work Experience 2008-2011 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Section of Economic Geography, Faculty of Geociences, University Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands 2004-2007 Research Fellow, Evolutionary Economics Group, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, Germany
Working at Utrecht University: research, teaching and supervising BSc, MSc and PhD-degree research, as an assistant professor, in the framework of our 'Delta Evolution' programme. We constantly aim to synchronize the various activities in that programme with similar ones in Deltares and TNO Geological Survey of the Netherlands - to launch joint new activities.
My topics are Quaternary Geology and Lowland Geomorphology - and a lot of subtopics fitting within that. These often feature GIS, geostatistics and deltaic rivers interacting with sea, climate and neotectonics. Ongoing projects deal with (1) extreme discharge peaks of the river Rhine, (2) Proper ways of using GIS and high-density geoinformation in 3D subsurface models, below delta cities and polder agricultural areas, (3) Landscape-evolution of the Netherlands, the Southern North Sea, the Lower Rhine Embayment: Holocene sea-level rise, coast and deltas, Late Pleistocene palaeovalleys, Quaternary sedimentary architecture (4) Quaternary mapping and stratigraphy at national and international scale in general.
I'm an assistant professor at the Department of Sociology in Utrecht. Before moving to the Netherlands, I held a research fellow position at Nuffield College and the Department of Sociology in Oxford. I studied sociology (with computer science and economics) at University of Bern and completed my doctorate at ETH Zurich in 2009. My research interests are in analytical and economic sociology, game theory and quantitative methodology, in particular experimental methods. My work has been published in leading disciplinary and cross-disciplinary journals such as the American Journal of Political Science, American Sociological Review, European Sociological Review, Evolution and Human Behavior, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences and Social Forces.
MSc Physics 08/1996 Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands
PhD Neurobiology 01/2002 University of Amsterdam (with Dr. Wytse Wadman), the Netherlands
postdoc 03/2002-10/2005 Brandeis University (with Dr. Gina Turrigiano), Waltham MA, USA postdoc 11/2005-11/2011-10/2011 Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Martinsried (with Dr. Tobias Bonhoeffer), Germany Assistant Professor Synaptic physiology 11/2011-06/2015 Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Associate Professor Synaptic physiology 07/2011-present Utrecht University, the Netherlands
I am an ambitious clinical researcher who is passionate about combining clinical questions with technical solutions. Being both researcher and medical doctor, I have the unique position of ‘living in two worlds’: the research world in one hand and the clinical world in the other. In this way, I can develop new techniques that can fulfill clinical needs as well as being applicable in real clinical practice.