I have a background in physiotherapy and MSc in Sport and Health Sciences. I started my PhD in September 2015 at Zuyd University (Research Centre of Autonomy and Participation for People for Persons with a Chronic Illness) and Maastricht University (Department of Family Medicine, CAPHRI & Department of Human Movement Sciences, NUTRIM). Besides my PhD I also teach at the faculty of health at the physiotherapy department of Zuyd University.
My main interests lie in researching motor skill learning within rehabilitation and how technologies can be used to facilitate this process. My current PhD focuses on researching how implicit motor learning strategies can best be applied and which technologies can be used to facilitate walking performance of people after stroke.