(External) Researcher Puck Lange
Email: P.A.M. Lange@utwente.nl
Phone: +31 53 489 1116
During my research master in Cognitive Neuroscience at the Donders Institute in Nijmegen, I started working on the Cracking Coma project. I studied the additional value of early MRI monitoring for the prediction of neurological outcome after cardiac arrest. Working together with these ambitious doctors sparked my clinical interest to such extent that I applied for the premaster programme in Medicine at Radboud University. The upcoming years I will work towards becoming a medical doctor during my (second) master’s degree whilst continuing my development as a researcher. This way, I am able to pursue my dream career of combining clinical research and practice
I am intrigued by the brain, as it is such a complex mass of matter that is responsible for essentially our entire existence. Especially, I strive for a better understanding of both the causes and effects of the (mal)functioning brain in patient populations. The work of the CNPH group ties perfectly in with that ambition, combining neuroscience, neurophysiology and clinical neurology.
Keijzer, H., Lange, P., Meijer, F., Tonino, B., Blans, M., & Klijn, C. et al. (2022). MRI markers of brain network integrity relate to neurological outcome in postanoxic coma. Neuroimage: Clinical, 36, 103171. doi: 10.1016/j.nicl.2022.103171