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Every year around 120 children are diagnosed with a brain tumour in the Netherlands. Fortunately, earlier detection and improved treatment options have resulted in an increasing number of children who survive the disease and its treatment. However, both tumours and treatment have been known to cause damage to the healthy tissue in the brain, which can cause a range of neurocognitive late effects. With more children surviving, the consequences are becoming more apparent. Marieke de Ruiter’s research focuses on improving our understanding of the extent of the neurocognitive late effects resulting from brain tumours and their treatment.

Event details of Cognitive effects of brain tumours in children
Date 9 December 2016
Time 10:00 -11:00
Location Agnietenkapel
Room Location

M.A. de Ruiter: Impact of a Pediatric Brain Tumor. Research into Neurocognitive Late Effects and Psychosocial Consequences and the Evaluation of a Potential Intervention.

Supervisors

Prof. J. Oosterlaan

Prof. M.A. Grootenhuis

Co-supervisors

Dr A.Y.N. Schouten-van Meeteren

Prof. H.N. Caron

Agnietenkapel

Room Location

Oudezijds Voorburgwal 229 - 231
1012 EZ Amsterdam

Entrance

This event is open to the public.