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Brenda W.J.H. Penninx, Ph.D page



Curriculum Vitae
Brenda WJH Penninx, Ph.D.



Date June 2010

Work Address Department of Psychiatry

VU University Medical Center, AJ Ernststraat 887

1081 HL Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Tel: +31 20 7885437

Fax: +31 20 7885664

E-mail: b.penninx@ggzba.nl or b.penninx@vumc.nl



Date of Birth July 27, 1970

Place of Birth Beuningen

Citizenship Dutch


Education


1988-1989 Undergraduate, BIomedical Health Sciences, Catholic University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Degree obtained on August 29, 1989.

1989-1992 Graduate, Master of Science in Epidemiology, Biomedical Health Sciences, Catholic University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Degree obtained on August 28, 1992.

1992-1996 Ph.D. in Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Degree obtained on October 4, 1996.

Academic Affiliations


2007-present Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology, Department of Psychiatry / EMGO+ Institute / Neuroscience Campus Amsterdam, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2004-present Joint Professor, Departments of Psychiatry, Leiden University Medical Center and University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands.

2004-2007 Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry / EMGO Institute, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2002-2003 Associate Professor, Departments of Internal Medicine and Public Health Sciences, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem NC.

2000-2001 Assistant Professor, Departments of Internal Medicine and Public Health Sciences, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem NC.

1998-2000 Senior Researcher, EMGO Institute, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

1998-1999 Visiting Scientist, Epidemiology, Demography and Biometry Program, National Institute on Aging, Bethesda, MD.

1996-1997 Visiting fellow, Epidemiology, Demography and Biometry Program, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD.

1992-1996 PhD-student, EMGO Institute, VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Other Professional Experience and Committee Involvement

2010-present Jury member, Heineken Young Scientists Awards, KNAW

2010-present Member, Scientific Committee for the LifeLines study.

2007-present Member, VIDI review committee, NWO

2008-2012 Member, Selection committee for the Dr. Hendrik Muller Award voor Gedrags- en Maatschappijwetenschappen. KNAW

2007-present Member of Health Council Committee, Committees ‘Predictive Medicine’ and ‘Undernutrition in the Elderly’

2006-present Member, Rubicon review committee, NWO

2006-present Member, KNAW commissie Internationaal beleid

2005-2010 Member, Young Academy, KNAW

2004-present Program leader, Mental health program, EMGO Institute, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam

2004-present Scientific Director, Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA)

2000-2003 Director, Geriatric Research Center, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC.

2001 Consultant for the working group on ‘Prevention of disability in frail older persons’. Meeting in Florence, Italy.

2001 Consultant in Healthy Brain Aging workshop, a NIH appointed advisory panel, co-sponsored by National Institute on Aging, National Institute of Mental Health and National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.


Honors and Awards

2006 Fellow, Gerontological Society of America

2005 Member, The Young Academy of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences and Arts.

2000 Fellowship, Brookdale Foundation Leadership on Aging award, Brookdale Foundation, New York.

1988 Epidemioloog B (registered senior epidemiologist) by the Netherlands Society of Epidemiology

1997 EMGO-Award from the VU University, for best scientific article in 1997.

1996 Stipend, Niels Stensen Stichting Amsterdam for a visiting fellowship at the National Institute on Aging in Bethesda, MD, USA ($0.1 million) in 1996.

1994 Scholarship award obtained from Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) to attend the Epidemiology Summer School, New England Epidemiology Institute, Boston MA, USA.

1994 'Dittmer fund' award from VU University for attending the Epidemiology Summer School, New England Epidemiology Institute, Boston MA, USA.

Society Membership


Netherlands Society of Epidemiology (1992 - present)

Dutch Federation of Medical Scientific Societies (1992 - present)

Gerontological Society of America (1996 - present)

American Psychosomatic Medicine Association (2006-present)

Young Academy, Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences and Arts (2005-2011)

Teaching Experience


‘Mental Health Research’, research master course in biomedical sciences, 200 credit hours, VU University, 2009

‘Psychiatric Epidemiology’, Postdoctoral Education Epidemiology (POE), VU University Medical Center, 2007, 2008, 2009

‘Psychosomatic Medicine’, Course in honours program for excellent interdisciplinary students, 200 credit hours, VU University Amsterdam, February-March 2008.

‘Social environment and health’, Postdoctoral education, Netherlands Institute of Health and Environmental Sciences (NIHES), Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2005-2008.

Geriatrics Fellows training on ‘Physical health consequences of late-life depression’, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, in 2002, 2003, 2005.

'Population Health and Epidemiology', Wake Forest University School of Medicine 20 credit hours for medical students, 2001 - 2003.

Journal club for fellows, Section Geriatrics, Department of Internal Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, 2000 - 2003, one hour bi-weekly.

'Basic principals in epidemiologic research'. Post Doctoral Training Program in Epidemiology. VU University, 40 credit hours, 8 students, 1999.

'Logistic regression and survival analyses'. Post Doctoral Training Program in Epidemiology. VU University, 40 credit hours, 10 students, 1996 and 1998.

'Basics of Biostatistics'. Post Doctoral Training Program in Epidemiology. VU University, 10 credit hours, 30 students, 1996.


Supervision of PH.D students

Graduated

  1. Graziano Onder, Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, Graduated in April 2002. Thesis: ACE-inhibitors and physical decline in old age.

  2. Arlette Hesselink, Vrije University. Graduated on October 17, 2003. Thesis: Educating asthma and COPD patients in general practice.

  3. Matteo Cesari, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston Salem, Graduated in November 2004. Thesis: Inflammation and cardiovascular disease in old age.

  4. Bianca Schalk, Vrije University. Graduated on February 11, 2005. Thesis: Albumin and physical health decline in old age.

  5. Coen van Gool, University of Maastricht. Graduated on June 10, 2005. Thesis: The course of chronic disease, depression, and health behavior in longitudinal perspective. Findings concerning the epidemiology of aging.

  6. Annemarie Koster, University of Maastricht. Graduated on December 22, 2005. Thesis: Socioeconomic health differences in old age: Unraveling the roles of biomedical, behavioral and psychosocial factors.

  7. Inger Plaisier, VU University. Graduated on November 26, 2009. Thesis: Mental health and work: studies on the role of gender, social roles and work characteristics.

  8. Nicole Vogelzangs, VU University. Graduated on April 23, 2010. Thesis: Depression and the metabolic syndrome.

  9. Lotte Gerritsen, Utrecht University Medical Center, Graduated on May 18, 2010. Topic: Stress, the brain and cognition.

  10. Carmilla Licht, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, Graduation on October 15, 2010. Topic: Depressive and anxiety disorders and the autonomic nervous system.

  11. Sophie Vreeburg, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, Graduation on October 22, 2010. Topic: Depressive and anxiety disorders and the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis.


Currently Active PhD-trajectories (Role: Promotor)

  1. Arianne van Reedt-Dortland, Leiden University, 2006-2011. Topic: Metabolic syndrome and psychopathology.

  2. Didi Rhebergen, VU University, 2005-2011. Topic: Dysthymia.

  3. Jeroen van Zanten, VU University, 2006-2011. Topic: Gene-expression profiles in depressed patients.

  4. Pierre Bet, VU University, 2005-2011. Topic: Pharmcogenetic determinants of psychopathology.

  5. Floriana Lupino, Leiden University, 2006-2011. Topic: Psychiatric in-patients, metabolic syndrome and psychopathology.

  6. Klaas Wardenaar, Leiden University, 2006-2011. Topic: Dimensional characterization of psychopathology.

  7. Julie Karsten, University of Groningen, 2007-2011. Topic: Trait, state or residual state: a focus on participants with subthreshold affective problems.

  8. Adrie Seldenrijk, VU University, 2007-2010. Topic: Subclinical cardiovascular risk and depression.

  9. Leonie Manthey, Leiden University, 2008-2012. Topic: Use of benzodiazepine: prevalence and biological and genetical determinants.

  10. Josine van Mill, VU University, 2007-2012. Topic: Sleep disorders among persons with anxiety and depression.

  11. Lynn Boschloo, VU University, 2008-2012. Topic: Alcohol use disorders among persons with anxiety and depression.

  12. Marc Molendijk, Leiden University, 2008-2012. Topic: BDNF and cognition.

  13. Anne-Laura van Harmelen, Leiden University, 2008-2012, Topic: Trauma and cognition.

  14. Hester Duivis, Tilburg University, 2008-2012, Topic: Inflammation and depression.

  15. Jacqueline Hovens, Leiden University, 2009-2012. Topic: Life-events and personality in depression.

  16. Merijn Eikelenboom, VU University, 2009-2012. Topic: Suicidal behavior

  17. Marloes Gerrits, VU University, 2009-2013. Topic: Depression and somatic health in primary care.

  18. Abdel Abdellaoui, VU University, 2010-2013. Topic: Genetics and genomics of depression.

  19. Nicole Korten, VU University, 2010-2013. Topic: Stress, vulnerability and cognition.



Member of the Dissertation/Opposition Committee


2004 Isabella Bischop, VU University; Max Stek, VU University

2005 Marleen Hermens, VU University; David Vinkers, Leiden University; Nina Kupper, Vrije University

2006 Christel Middeldorp, Vrije University; Anneke van Schaik, VU University; Marjolein Kamphuis, University Utrecht

2007 Koen van der Kooy, VU University; Wendelien Merens, Leiden University

2008 Els Licht, VU University; Miriam Knol, University Utrecht; Sannie Hamerlynck, VU University; Marijke Bremmer, VU University; Kristen Kaptein, University of Groningen.

2009 Marit Tanke, University of Groningen; Jasper Nuijen, VU University; Ceren Acarturk, VU University; Jaap Peen, VU University; Maaike Verhagen, Radboud University Nijmegen; Geeske Peeters, VU University; Iris Lepolder, VU University.

2010 Neeltje Batelaan, VU University; Peter Meulenbeek, VU University; Gerthe Veen, Leiden University; Arnoud Knoops, University Utrecht; Esther Bouma, University of Groningen; Lannie Ligthart, VU University; Lisanne Warmerdam, VU University.
Editorial Experience

Member of the Editorial Boards of the:



  • Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences (2005 – current)

  • European Journal of Aging (2005 – current)

  • International Journal of Behavioral Medicine (2006 - current)

In addition, peer reviewer for many (>25) different medical journals.



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