Marianne Van Der Vaart
Marianne started her DPhil with the Paediatric Neuroimaging group in October 2018. She is interested in unraveling the neurological processes that underlie responses to pain in infants using fMRI, EEG and cranial ultrasound. Marianne previously completed her training as a medical doctor and her MSc in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Leiden, the Netherlands. Currently, she is funded by the Department of Paediatrics and the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds to carry out her DPhil studies. After her DPhil, she hopes to pursue a clinical academic career with a focus on neurodevelopment.
Premature Infants Display Discriminable Behavioral, Physiological, and Brain Responses to Noxious and Nonnoxious Stimuli.
van der Vaart M. et al, (2021), Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Premature infants display discriminable behavioural, physiological and brain responses to noxious and non-noxious stimuli
van der Vaart M. et al, (2021)
Using changes in brain activity to assess pain-relief in infants: Methodological considerations with Benoit et al. (2021).
Baxter L. et al, (2021), Early Hum Dev, 157
Quantifying noxious-evoked baseline sensitivity in neonates to optimise analgesic trials.
Cobo MM. et al, (2021), Elife, 10
Quantifying individual nociceptive sensitivity to optimise analgesic trials in infants
Cobo M. et al, (2020)