dr. Martine Hoogman
About Martine Hoogman
I have a master in clinical neuropsychology (University of Amsterdam) and I obtained my PhD after studying adult ADHD on multiple levels: cognition, brain functioning and genetics (2013, Radboud University Nijmegen). Currently, I am appointed as assistant professor (tenure track) at the Radboudumc, department of Psychiatry and the department of Human Genetics. My research group is dedicated to studying strengths, positive aspects and resilience factors associated with neurodevelopmental disorders.
One of my core tasks is leading the worldwide largest collaboration for research of the neural substrates of ADHD, the ENIGMA-ADHD Working Group with currently 41 participating sites and more than 120 researchers, including all leading experts in the field. I also lead IMpACT-NL, which is part of the international IMpACT Consortium aimed at studying all aspects of adult ADHD, an under-studied patient group. Recently, we got funded for a new initiative ADHDplaza, a platform for adolescents. I am also the chair of an early career international network of ADHD researchers (IMpACTnextgen) and I have established memberships of many international collaborations. In my work I closely work together with the organisation for people with ADHD, for which we recived an Open Science Award in 2022. In 2018 I was awarded the prestigious Dutch Veni grant (250k Euro) from the Netherlands Scientific Organisation (NWO) to study creativity in ADHD. I have won several prizes: the ‘Eunethydis Early Career Award’ (2016), the ‘Rising star award’ by the European College of Neuropsychoharmacology, ECNP (2020) and the ‘Early Career award’ from the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, KNAW (2021).
- postdoc psychiatrie
- (junior) principal investigator