Leadership

Committees

2021-present Program Committee Academy of Aphasia (2023 vice-chair, 2024 chair)

2020-present Program Coordinator European Master’s in Clinical Linguistics (EMCL)

2020-present Faculty Consultative Body for Education Policy (FOO)

2020-2024 Chair Examination board European Master’s in Clinical Linguistics (EMCL)
2023 Program Committee TABU Dag

2023 Lab Coordinator selection Center for Language and Cognition Groningen (CLCG)

2022 PhD selection Center for Language and Cognition Groningen (CLCG)


Grant reviewer
2024 Slovak Research and Development Agency (Slovakia)
2024 Hersentumorfonds (Netherlands)
2023 Fulbright Commission (Czech Republic)

2023 NWO XS grants (Netherlands)


Membership

2015-present Atlantic Institute

2013-present Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists 

2012-present European Low Grade Glioma Network

2012-present Academy of Aphasia 

2011-present Science of Aphasia


Promotion committees

2024 Eleonor Burkhardt (PhD, University of Montpellier, France)
2024 Narcisa Pérez Naranjo (PhD, Complutense University Madrid, Spain)

2023 Rhiannon MacKenzie-Phelan (PhD, Liverpool John Moores University, UK)

2021 Nienke Wolthuis (PhD defense, University of Groningen, Netherlands)

2019 Monika Połczyńska-Bletsos (Postdoctoral habilitation, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland)


Editor

Journal of Neuropsychology (Action editor)
Journal of Alzheimer’s disease (Handling Associate)
Frontiers in Psychology – Language Sciences (Associate Editor)

Frontiers in Neurology/Oncology – Neuro-Oncology and Neurosurgical Oncology (Review Editor)


Reviewer

Aphasiology
BMJ Open

Brain and Language

Clinical linguistics & Phonetics

Cognitive Neuropsychology

Contemporary Linguistics

Cortex

Heliyon
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders

Journal of Alzheimer’s disease

Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine 

Journal of Neuro-Oncology

Journal of Neuropsychology

Neurocase

NeuroImage: Clinical

Neuropsychologia

Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interests Groups (SIG 2, Neurogenic communication disorders)