Brenda W. J. H. Penninx, Ph. D page Curriculum V itae



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Invited Lectures and Conference Contributions





  1. Keynote lecture, Valerius Symposium ‘Psyche and Soma’. Amsterdam, June 5, 2010. Lecture title: Depression and cardiovascular disease: how to explain their link?

  2. NESDA day, Organiser and presenter, 31 May 2010.

  3. Invited lecture, American Psychiatric Association, New Orleans, May 21, 2010. Lecture title: Depression, metabolic syndrome, obesity.

  4. Invited lecture, National Institute of Mental Health, Maryland MD, May 3, 2010. Lecture title: The Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety.

  5. Invited speaker, Boerhave course, Leiden, April 22, 2010. Lecture title: Genetics and depression.

  6. Keynote lecture, Neuroscience Campus Amsterdam Annual Meeting, Amsterdam. April 1, 2010. Lecture title: Depression, endophenotypes and genes: insights from NESDA.

  7. Invited speaker, ALLEA meeting, Madrid, February 8, 2010. Lecture title: Dutch Young Academy.

  8. Organizer and presenter, KNAW symposium Genomics of gene expression. Amsterdam, January 8, 2010. Lecture title: Genetic research in the NESDA study.

  9. Invited speaker, European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) meeting, Istanbul, September 2009. Lecture title: Cortisol, HPA-axis genes and depression.

  10. Invited speaker, World Congress of Gerontology, Paris, France, July 8 2009, Lecture title: Anemia and its functional consequences.

  11. Invited speaker, FEDERA day on aging, Leiden, June 19 2009, Lecture title: Late-life depression.

  12. Invited speaker, ALLEA/ESF workshop on a European Young Academy, Vienna, June 7-9 2009. Lecture title: The Dutch Young Academy.

  13. NESDA day, Organiser and presenter, 2 June 2009.

  14. Invited lecture, Jelgersma lecture, Leiden University Medical Center, 12 Mei 2009, Lecture title: Cardiovascular risk among persons with depressive and anxiety disorders: really increased?

  15. Symposium presentation, Penninx B, ‘Genoom-brede’ genetische analyse naar depressie. Voorjaarscongres psychiatrie, Groningen, 3 April 2009.

  16. Oral presentation, Penninx B, Licht C, de Geus E. Depression is associated with lower blood pressure, but antidepressant use with higher blood pressure. Annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Medicine Association, Chicago, March 10 2009.

  17. Invited speaker, Tilburg University, Tilburg February 5 2009, Lecture title: ‘CVD risk in depressed patients: results from NESDA’.

  18. Invited speaker, Expert meeting organized by the Netherlands Heart Association, Bilthoven, October 31 2008, Lecture title: “Depression and the stress system”.

  19. Invited speaker, Psychiatry in Nijmegen symposium, Nijmegen, March 25 2008, Lecture title: “The epidemiology of depression and cardiovascular disease”.

  20. Symposium presentation, Sullivan PF, Penninx B, Zitman F, Nolen W, Hoogendijk W, Smit J, Heutink P, Willemsen G, de Geus E, Boomsma D. The genetic basis of depression: the GAIN-MDD genome wide analysis among 3760 persons. Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Medicine Association, Baltimore MD, March 15 2008.

  21. Symposium presentation, De Geus EJ, Licht C, van Dyck R, Heutink P, Sullivan P, Willemsen G, Boomsma D, Penninx B. The genetic basis of autonomic nervous system dysfunction: a genome wide analysis. Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Medicine Association, Baltimore MD, March 15 2008.

  22. Symposium presentation, Verhoeff B, Hoogendijk W, Heutink P, Sullivan P, Zitman F, van Pelt H, de Rijk R, van Dyck R, Penninx B. The genetic basis of HPA-axis dysfunction: a genome wide analysis. Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Medicine Association, Baltimore MD, March 15 2008.

  23. Symposium presentation, Willemsen G, de Geus E, Heutink P, Sullivan P, Smit J, Boomsma D, Penninx B. The genetic basis of insulin and glucose: a genome-wide analysis. Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Medicine Association, Baltimore MD, March 15 2008.

  24. Symposium presentation, Lagou V, Hartman CA, Penninx BW, de Geus EJ, Snieder H. A genome-wide analysis scan of systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Medicine Association, Baltimore MD, March 15 2008.

  25. Invited speaker, Symposium in honor of Laureat Holsboer, Leiden, February 2008, Lecture title: “Are HPA-axis and autonomic nervous system dysregulated among regular depressed subjects: results from the Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety.”

  26. Invited speaker, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, January 2008, Lecture title: Psychiatric Epidemiology: oridinary or special?”

  27. Organizer, Symposium NESDA – verwetenschappelijking van de psychiatrie. Amsterdam, November 5, 2007.

  28. Organizer, Care Onderzoeksschool dag – Prevention, 9 Juni, 2007.

  29. Invited speaker, National Anemia Action Council Meeting, Dallas, TX USA, November 15, 2006. Lecture title: “Anemia and Function”.

  30. Invited speaker, Universiteit van Maastricht, November 7, 2006. Lecture title: “Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA): Achtergrond, opzet en methoden.

  31. Invited speaker, Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen (UMCG), November 6, 2006. Lecture title: “Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA): Achtergrond, methoden en eerste resultaten.

  32. Invited speaker, EURODEP collaborative action meeting, Amsterdam, 3 November 2006.

  33. Invited speaker, Charité, Department of Psychiatry, Berlin, Germany. October 18, 2006. Lecture title: “Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA): Rational, methods and first preliminary (psychosomatic) results”.

  34. Invited speaker, Werkgroep Gezondheidsmeting, Jaarbeurs Utrecht. April 20,2006. Lecture title: “De complexiteit van somatische comorbiditeit”.

  35. Paper presentation, Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatics Society, March 2006, Denver CO. Lecture title: Late-life depression is associated with hyper- and hypoactivity of the HPA-axis.

  36. Invited speaker, Vakgroep psychiatrie, Erasmus Universiteit / GGZ Rijmond. February 28, 2006. Lecture title: “What to expect from the NESDA study?”

  37. Symposium presentation, 59th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2005, Dallas TX. Lecture title: Emotional vitality.........

  38. Symposium presentation and chair, 59th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2005, Dallas TX. Lecture title: Metabolic syndrome predicts onset of functional limitations among older persons.

  39. Paper presentation, 58th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2005, Orlando FL, Lecture title: Late-life depression is associated with hyper- and hypoactivity of the HPA-axis.

  40. Poster presentation, 58th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2005, Orlando FL, Lecture title: Efficacy of physical exercise and antidepressant medication for improving emotional and physical function in depressed older persons.

  41. Invited speaker, University of Florida, Gainesville FL, November 16, 2005. Lecture title: The effect of late-life depresson on somatic health: what is the role of pathophysiology?

  42. Invited speaker, Max Planck International Research Network on Aging (Maxnet Aging) Conference, November 6, 2005, Marbella, Spain. Lecture title: Concepts of physical functional status, comorbidity and frailty.

  43. Panellist, Anemia in Aging Workshop, Annual meeting of the American Geriatrics Society, May 14-15, 2005. Orlando, FL, USA.

  44. Invited speaker, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem NC, May 6, 2005. Lecture title: Physical health consequences of late-life depression.

  45. Invited lecture, Julius Centre for Health Sciences and Primary Care, Utrecht Medical Center, December 16, 2004, Utrecht. Lecture title: Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety: Background, Objectives and Design.

  46. Paper presentation, 57th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2004, Washington DC, Lecture title: Anemia and incident falls.

  47. Invited speaker, Mental dysfunctions in parkinson’s disease, October 24-27, 2004, Salzburg, Austria. Lecture title: Depression results in impaired physical function in old age.

  48. Invited speaker, Annual Meeting of the Netherlands School of Primary Care Research, Utrecht, The Netherlands, May 18, 2004. Lecture title: Beloop van depressie op oude leeftijd.

  49. Invited speaker, American Society of Hematology, San Diego CA, USA, December 9-11 2003. Lecture title: Late-life anemia identifies persons at risk for mortality and hospitalization.

  50. Invited speaker, Annual Meeting of the American Geriatrics Society, Philadelphia MD, USA, May 10, 2003. Lecture title: Physical consequences of late-life anemia.

  51. Grand round, Department of Psychiatry, Wake Forest University School of Medicine. March 21, 2003. Lecture title: The effect of depression on physical health.

  52. Paper presentation, Annual Meeting of American Society of Hematology, December 2003, San Diego CA, Lecture title: Anemia in old age predicts mortality and hospitalization.

  53. Paper presentation, 56th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2003, San Diego CA, Lecture title: Inflammation and incident mobility limitations: results from the Health ABC study.

  54. Paper presentation, 55th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2002, Boston MA, Lecture title: Inflammation and depressive symptoms: results from the Health ABC study.

  55. Symposium presentation, 55th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2002, Boston MA, Lecture title: Inflammation and the incidence of mobility limitation in old age.

  56. Symposium presentation, symposium by the GSA Interest Group ‘Epidemiology of Aging’, 55th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2002, Boston MA, Lecture title: Is sub-threshold depression a preclinical condition?

  57. Grand round, Department of Public Health Sciences, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, November 7, 2002. Lecture title: Benefits of exercise in the elderly: current evidence and future plans.

  58. Invited lecture, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands. April 10, 2002. Lecture title: Emotionele problemen bij ouderen: veel voorkomend en riskant. [Emotional problems in the elderly: common and a risk factor]

  59. Symposium presentation, American Geriatrics Society Annual Meeting, May 15-18, 2003, Baltimore MD. Lecture title: The physical consequences of anemia in old age.

  60. Paper presentation, American Geriatrics Society Annual Meeting, May 8-12, 2002, Washington DC. Lecture title: Anemia is independent risk factor for physical performance decline in old age.

  61. Lunch symposium presentation. American Medical Women’s Association. 86th Annual Meeting, February 2002, San Antonio, TX. Lecture title: Anemia in the elderly.

  62. Invitational Conference. Course of chronic disease, depressive symptoms and daily functioning. University of Maastricht, Maastricht, The Netherlands, December 21, 2001. Lecture title: The role of depression on cardiovascular mortality.

  63. Paper presentation, 54th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2001, Chicago IL, Lecture title: Exercise and depressive symptoms, results from a RCT.

  64. Grand round, General Clinical Research Center, Wake Forest University, October 26, 2001. Lecture title: Physical consequences of late-life depression.

  65. Poster presentation, 3rd Scientific forum on quality of care and outcomes research in cardiovascular disease and stroke. September 30-October 1, 2001, Washington DC. Lecture title: Inflammation, cardiovascular disease and disability in older persons.

  66. Grand round, Women's Health Center of Excellence Symposium, Wake Forest University, May 15, 2001. Lecture title: Late-life depression: Why are women more affected?

  67. Invited symposium presentation, American Geriatrics Society Annual Meeting, May 9-13, 2001, Chicago IL. Lecture title: Exercise reduces the onset of ADL disability.

  68. BestHealth 55 talk. April 4, 2001, June 13, 2001, April 22, 2002. Hanes Mall, Winston Salem NC. Lecture title: Late-life depression. How to improve your mood?

  69. Talk at Friends Home West. March 15, 2001. Greensboro. Lecture title: How to improve your mood?

  70. Visiting professor, Department of Psychiatry, Duke University, Durham NC, January 18, 2001. Lecture title: Prevalence, predictors and consequences of late-life depression.

  71. Symposium presentation, 53rd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2000, Washington DC, Lecture title: Emotional vitality protects against adverse health outcomes in disabled older women

  72. Poster presentation, 53rd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 2000, Washington DC. Poster title: Lower extremity performance in non-disabled older persons as a predictor of hospitalization.

  73. Invited lecture, Advisory board meeting Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam, Schoorl, The Netherlands, March 2000, Lecture title: Depression and cardiovascular mortality in older men and women.

  74. Visiting professor, Sticht Center on Aging, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem NC, December 1999. Lecture title: Physical consequences of late-life depression.

  75. Symposium presentation, 52nd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 1999, San Francisco CA. Lecture title: Change in depressed mood among older persons with various chronic diseases.

  76. Paper presentation, 52nd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 1999, San Francisco CA. Lecture title: The role of heart disease in the link between depression and death in old age.

  77. Invited lecture, Leo Cahn Stichting, Ede, The Netherlands, October 1999, Lecture title: Depression, mortality and cardiac disease.

  78. Symposium presentation, IVth European Congress of Gerontology, July 1999, Berlin, Germany. Lecture title: Changes in depressive symptoms among chronically ill older persons.

  79. Paper presentation, IVth European Congress of Gerontology, July 1999, Berlin, Germany. Lecture title: Is depression a risk factor for dying only among older persons with cardiac disease?

  80. Visiting professor, department of preventive medicine, University of Tennessee, Memphis TN, May 1999. Lecture title: The effect of depression on cardiovascular events in old age.

  81. Visiting professor, Institute for interdisciplinary gerontology, University of Jyvaskyla, Jyvaskyla, Finland, April 1999. Lecture title: Depression and its health consequences in older persons.

  82. Symposium presentation, Meeting of the Dutch Association of Psychiatry, April 1999, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands. Cardiac disease, depression and mortality in old age.

  83. Chair, Symposium, 51st Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 1998, Philadelphia, MD, USA Symposium title: ‘Interrelationship between depression and physical health’

  84. Symposium presentation, 51st Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 1998, Philadelphia, MD, USA. Depressed mood and mortality in older persons.

  85. Invited paper symposium presentation, 51st Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 1998, Philadelphia MD. Lecture title: Change in physical performance and disability in older men and women in the Netherlands.

  86. Invited lecture, Meeting of the Center on Aging, Vrije University, Amsterdam, October 1998. Lecture title: Emotional vitality in older persons.

  87. Invited lecture, Annual Meeting of the Netherlands School of Primary Care Research, June 1998, Amsterdam. Lecture title: The influence of social network and support characteristics on the survival of older persons.

  88. Discussant, Second Dutch Conference on Psychology & Health, May 1998, Rolduc, The Netherlands. Conference topic: Changes in functioning with aging: Results from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam.

  89. Paper presentation, World Congress of Gerontology, August 1997, Honolulu, USA. Lecture title: Aging women and disability: The Women’s Health and Aging Study.

  90. Paper presentation, World Congress of Gerontology, August 1997, Adelaide, Australia. Lecture title: Effects of social support and personal coping resources on mortality in older age.

  91. Invited lecture, Epidemiology, Demography and Biometry program, National Institute on Aging, May 1997, Bethesda MD. Lecture title: Chronic depressed mood and the incidence of cancer in old age.

  92. Invited lecture, Epidemiology, Demography and Biometry program, National Institute on Aging, December 1996, Bethesda MD. Lecture title: Effects of social support and coping resources in old age: does it really help?

  93. Paper presentation, 49th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 1996, Washington DC. Lecture title: Effects of coping resources on depression: Different across five distinct diseases?

  94. Invited lecture, Annual meeting of the Netherlands School for Primary Care Research, June 1996, Maastricht, Netherlands. Lecture title: Effects of social support and personal coping resources on depression.

  95. Symposium presentation, Meeting of the Dutch Association of Psychiatry, March 1996, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Lecture title: Depressive symptomatology and chronic disease in the elderly.

  96. Paper presentation, First Dutch Conference on Psychology and Health, November 1995, Kerkrade, The Netherlands. Lecture title: Social support in patients with different chronic diseases.

  97. Symposium presentation, Third European Congress of Gerontology, August 1995, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Lecture title: Social support in chronically ill patients.

  98. Paper presentation, Dutch College of General Practitioners, June 1995, Maastricht, The Netherlands. Lecture title: Social support among patients with various chronic diseases.

  99. Invited lecture, Annual Meeting of the Dutch College of General Practitioners, June 1995, Maastricht, The Netherlands. Lecture title: Social support among patients with various chronic diseases

  100. Poster presentation, Third International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, July 1994, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Poster title: Social support and course of chronic disease in the elderly: a criteria based literature study.

  101. Paper presentation, Annual Meeting of the section Gerontology and Geriatry of the Dutch Organization for Scientific Research, June 1994, Bilthoven, The Netherlands. Lecture title: Social support and social network among elderly with joint disorders.

  102. Poster presentation, Symposium ‘Aging 93' of the Netherlands Institute of Care and Well being, November 1993, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Poster title: Social support and the course of chronic diseases in the elderly: a criteria based literature study.








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