Tanja Nijboer

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Dr. Tanja Nijboer

  • stroke
  • translational research
  • from research to care
telefoon
31 30 253 3572
email
t.c.w.nijboer@uu.nl
 
http://www.tanjanijboer.nl

Biography

Topic of thesis work: Neuropsychology of colour vision:  Date of defense: 01-06-2007

Postdoctoral positions:

  1. Utrecht University, July 2007-September 2008
  2. University of Hull, December 2008-September 2009

 

Start position at UMC Utrecht: April 2003 (Neuropsychology, Neurology)

Current line of research: Neuropsychology of (multisensory) perception and spatial attention, where diagnostics, cognitive neuroscience and rehabilitation come together

Research expertise: experimental neuropsychology, attention, perception, stroke, rehabilitation

Research line and group

Research line
Neuropsychology of (multisensory) perception and spatial attention, where diagnostics, cognitive neuroscience and rehabilitation come together
Number of PhD students
N=2

Personal fellowships and awards

  • MagW Veni grant (NWO): Neuropsychology of 3D space: dissociations and interactions between near and far space
  • Rubicon grant (NWO): Emotion and consciousness: implicit social learning
  • Dissertation award (Dutch Society of Neuropsychology (NVN)): best PhD thesis in neuropsychology

Most recent key publications

  • Oudman, E., Nijboer, T.C.W. , Postma, A., Wijnia, J., Kerklaan, S., Lindsen, K., Van der Stigchel, S. (in press). Acquisition of an instrumental activity of daily living in patients with Korsakoff's syndrome: a comparison of trial and error and errorless learning. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
  • Franco Delogu, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest, Tanja C.W. Nijboer, Astrid M.L. Kappers, Albert Postma (2013). Binding in haptics: Integration of "what" and "where" information in working memory for active touch. PlosOne, 8, 2, e55606
  • Nijboer, T.C.W., Kollen, B., Kwakkel, G. (2013). Time course of visuospatial neglect early after stroke: a longitudinal cohort study. Cortex, 49(8), 2021-2027
  • J Bultitude, S van der Stigchel, TCW Nijboer (2013). Prism adaptation alters spatial remapping in healthy individuals: evidence from double-step saccades. Cortex, 49, 759-770
  • Tanja CW Nijboer, Gudrun MS Nys, Maarten J van der Smagt, Stefan Van der Stigchel, H Chris Dijkerman (2011). Repetitive long-term prism adaptation permanently improves the detection of contralesional visual stimuli in a patient with chronic neglect. Cortex, 47, 6, 734-740