Dr. Marie Deserno is an Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology. Her research examines characteristics of developmental change that put children ‘at risk’ for psychiatric conditions and impairments. She is fascinated by the rise and fall of cognitive skills across the lifespan and integrates novel theories and methods to improve our understanding of the predictive power that these dynamics hold. After acquiring a PhD at the department of Brain & Cognition (UvA), her time as a visiting scholar in Cambridge (UK) and a Rubicon fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, she returned to Amsterdam in 2021 to continue her own line of research at the Clinical Psychology department.

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'Universiteiten, onttrek je aan die onzinnige internationale ranglijsten'

Opiniestuk AYA-leden in Het Parool

De UvA en VU moeten niet meer meedoen aan de internationale ranglijsten waarin de zogenaamd beste universiteiten op een rijtje worden gezet, stellen leden van de Amsterdam Young Academy in een opiniestuk in Het Parool.