A physiotherapist-researcher in the field of Parkinson’s disease, I have over 10 years expertise in translating evidence into practice recommendations and implementing these in clinical practice. I have a proven track record of bringing people together, motivating them to set a collaborative goal and reach it. Both national and international. Being an enthusiastic person, interested in people and cultures, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, and travelling the world. I have excellent written and verbal communication skills, in Dutch and English. Currently I am working as Project Lead Guidelines Development & Implementation and International Collaboration at ParkinsonNet, Radboud university medical centre.
I live in Amsterdam, together with Paul Koper and our daughters Maud (2004), Kaat (2006) and Saar (2008).
2010 PhD Medicine, Physiotherapy in Parkinson’s disease, Leiden University, the Netherlands (NL)
2001 MSc Human Movement Sciences, VU University, Amsterdam, NL
1993 BSc Physiotherapy, International Academy for Physiotherapy, Utrecht, NL