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Ph.D., Neuroscience, University of Amsterdam
Rogier specializes in social behavior, sensory processing and attention, particularly in primates. He identifies two challenges in his work: one is finding electrophysiological biomarkers of autism/other mental disorders. Another is understanding how specific genetic variations ultimately produce recognizable symptoms. His current work involves eye tracking with free viewing paradigms, behavior observation and tracking of freely moving animals with Shank3 mutations, vocal interaction, EEG and electrode array recording.