I am a neuropsychologist working on sensory processing for perception and the guidance of action. I gained my PhD, working in London and Oxford on sensorimotor consequences of hemispherectomy under supervision of Larry Weiskrantz and Faraneh Vargha-Khadem. Next, I spent a year at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol investigating outcome after stroke rehabilitation after which I moved to St. Andrews University to work as a postdoc with David Milner on visual perception and action.
In 2000 I started at Utrecht University, where I have been appointed recently as professor of Neuropsychology of Perception. A copy of my inaugural speech can be found here (in Dutch).
Visual control of action
The research has been funded by grants from NWO (vidi, vici, project grants), de Hersenstichting, the Leverhulme Trust and the Scottish Department of Health
Coordinator MSc Neuropsychology
Fundamentals Neuroscience & Cognition: Perception and action
Thesis and Internship supervision