Chris  de Zeeuw
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  • c.dezeeuw@erasmusmc.nl
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  • Dr. Molewaterplein 40, Faculty Building, 3015 GE Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Prof.Dr. Chris de Zeeuw (CI)

Biography

Chris I. De Zeeuw is Chairman of the Department of Neuroscience at Erasmus MC in Rotterdam, Vice-Director at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience in Amsterdam, and Director of Neurasmus BV. He received his PhD with a focus on brain and behavior in 1990 (Cum Laude) and his MD in 1991 (Cum Laude), both at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Soon after that he received the Fellowship Award from de Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences (KNAW) and became visiting professor at NYU Med School in New York. When he returned to the Netherlands he became Full professor and Chair of the department that he founded in Rotterdam around the turn of the new millennium. He has been Principal Coordinator of the EU Robotics program (SENSOPAC) and President of Neuro-Bsik Mouse- and Pharma-Phenomics consortia. De Zeeuw has received over 100 grants, including the PIONIER Award from ZonMw and the ERC advanced grant. In 2006 he received the Beatrix Award for Brain Research from her Majesty the Queen, in 2014 he became elected member of the Dutch Academy of Arts & Science, and in 2018 he received the international Casella Prize for Physiology.

Publications

1. Reply to Piochon et al.: NMDARs in Purkinje cells are not involved in parallel fiber-Purkinje cell synaptic plasticity or motor learning.

Schonewille M, Girasole AE, De Zeeuw CI, Bouvier G
in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2022

2. Time and tide of cerebellar synchrony.

in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2022

3. Interpreting thoughts during sleep.

De Zeeuw CI, Canto CB
in Science (New York, N.Y.) 2022

4. High-resolution micro-Doppler imaging during neurosurgical resection of an arteriovenous malformation: illustrative case

Soloukey, S., Verhoef, L., Jan van Doormaal, P., Generowicz, B. S., Dirven, C. M. F., De Zeeuw, C. I., Koekkoek, S. K. E., Kruizinga, P., Vincent, A. J. P. E., & Schouten, J. W.
in Journal Of Neurosurgery 2022

5. Measuring Cerebellar Processing and Sensorimotor Functions in Non-Human Primates

Nico A. Flierman, Eric Avila, Chris I. De Zeeuw, Aleksandra Badura
in 2022

6. Controlling absence seizures from the cerebellar nuclei via activation of the G signaling pathway.

Schwitalla JC, Pakusch J, Mücher B, Brückner A, Depke DA, Fenzl T, De Zeeuw CI, Kros L, Hoebeek FE, Mark MD
in Cellular and molecular life sciences : CMLS 2022

7. The Role of GJD2(Cx36) in Refractive Error Development.

van der Sande E, Haarman AEG, Quint WH, Tadema KCD, Meester-Smoor MA, Kamermans M, De Zeeuw CI, Klaver CCW, Winkelman BHJ, Iglesias AI
in Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 2022

8. Purkinje Cell Activity in the Medial and Lateral Cerebellum During Suppression of Voluntary Eye Movements in Rhesus Macaques.

Avila E, Flierman NA, Holland PJ, Roelfsema PR, Frens MA, Badura A, De Zeeuw CI
in Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 2022

9. Biallelic PAX5 mutations cause hypogammaglobulinemia, sensorimotor deficits, and autism spectrum disorder.

Kaiser FMP, Gruenbacher S, Oyaga MR, Nio E, Jaritz M, Sun Q, van der Zwaag W, Kreidl E, Zopf LM, Dalm VASH, Pel J, Gaiser C, van der Vliet R, Wahl L, Rietman A, Hill L, Leca I, Driessen G, Laffeber C, Brooks A, Katsikis PD, Lebbink JHG, Tachibana K, van der Burg M, De Zeeuw CI, Badura A, Busslinger M
in The Journal of experimental medicine 2022

10. Purkinje Cell Activity Resonation Generates Rhythmic Behaviors at the Preferred Frequency of 8 Hz.

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