Theme 1 | (COVID-19) related mental health care
Predicting mortality of individual COVID-19 patients: A multicenter Dutch cohort
Health patterns reveal interdependent needs of Dutch Homeless Service Users.
Asymmetric effects of acute stress on learning to maximize reward value and minimise action cost
Theme 2 | E- and M-health in mental health care and research
Using mHealth for dementia risk reduction: a proof-of-concept study of the MijnBreincoach app
Can personalized models improve naturalistic motor fluctuation detection in Parkinson’s disease?
Theme 3 | Rare diseases
Altered dopaminergic and serotonergic cell populations in the dorsal raphe nucleus of a narcoleptic subject
Prognostic value of brain abnormalities for cognitive functioning in cerebral palsy: a prospective cohort study
Cognitive and psychiatric phenotype in 22q11.2 deletion and 22q11.2 duplication syndromes: a comparative study.
Alterations in behavior and the expression of the insulin receptor and pro-inflammatory cytokines in mice deficient in St3gal5, an enzyme synthesizing brain gangliosides
Autoantibodies against myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein in patients with a psychotic disorder
The School for Mental Health and Neuroscience (MHeNs) strives to advance our understanding of brain-behaviour relationships by using an approach integrating various disciplines in neuro- and behavioural science, medicine, and the life sciences more widely. MHeNs performs high-impact mental health and neuroscience research and educates master's students and PhD researchers. MHeNs performs translational research, meaning practical collaboration between researchers in the lab and in the hospital.
MHeNs is one of six graduate schools of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (FHML) aligned to the Maastricht University Medical Centre+ (MUMC+).