Chris  de Zeeuw
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  • c.dezeeuw@erasmusmc.nl
  • +31 010 7043299
  • +31 010 7043309
  • +31 010 7044734
  • Room: Ee1202a
  • 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. Four-dimensional computational ultrasound imaging of brain hemodynamics.

2. Meeting summary of The NYO3 5th NO-Age/AD meeting and the 1st Norway-UK joint meeting on ageing and dementia: recent progress on the mechanisms and interventional strategies.

Wang HL, Siow R, Schmauck-Medina T, Zhang J, Sandset PM, Filshie C, Lund Ø, Partridge L, Bergersen LH, Juel Rasmussen L, Palikaras K, Sotiropoulos I, Storm-Mathisen J, Rubinsztein DC, Spillantini MG, De Zeeuw CI, Watne LO, Vyhnalek M, Veverova K, Liang KX, Tavernarakis N, Bohr VA, Yokote K, Saarela J, Nilsen H, Gonos ES, Scheibye-Knudsen M, Chen G, Kato H, Selbæk G, Fladby T, Nilsson P, Simonsen A, Aarsland D, Lautrup S, Ottersen OP, Cox LS, Fang EF
in The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences 2024

3. Different Purkinje cell pathologies cause specific patterns of progressive gait ataxia in mice.

Jaarsma D, Birkisdóttir MB, van Vossen R, Oomen DWGD, Akhiyat O, Vermeij WP, Koekkoek SKE, De Zeeuw CI, Bosman LWJ
in Neurobiology of disease 2024

4. Disynaptic inhibitory cerebellar control over caudal medial accessory olive.

5. A role for the cerebellum in motor-triggered alleviation of anxiety.

Zhang XY, Wu WX, Shen LP, Ji MJ, Zhao PF, Yu L, Yin J, Xie ST, Xie YY, Zhang YX, Li HZ, Zhang QP, Yan C, Wang F, De Zeeuw CI, Wang JJ, Zhu JN
in Neuron 2024

6. Patient-Specific Vascular Flow Phantom for MRI- and Doppler Ultrasound Imaging.

Soloukey S, Generowicz B, Warnert E, Springeling G, Schouten J, De Zeeuw C, Dirven C, Vincent A, Kruizinga P
in Ultrasound in medicine & biology 2024

7. Mesoscale simulations predict the role of synergistic cerebellar plasticity during classical eyeblink conditioning.

Geminiani A, Casellato C, Boele HJ, Pedrocchi A, De Zeeuw CI, D'Angelo E
in PLoS computational biology 2024

8. Plasticity mechanisms of genetically distinct Purkinje cells.

in BioEssays : news and reviews in molecular, cellular and developmental biology 2024

9. Functional imaging of the exposed brain

Soloukey Sadaf, Vincent Arnaud J. P. E., Smits Marion, De Zeeuw Chris I., Koekkoek Sebastiaan K. E., Dirven Clemens M. F., Kruizinga Pieter
in Frontiers in Neuroscience 2023

10. Correction to: A Systematic Review of Direct Outputs from the Cerebellum to the Brainstem and Diencephalon in Mammals.

in Cerebellum (London, England) 2023
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