Topic of talk: aEEG in the NICU: a neonatologist perspectiveJeroen Dudink, MD, PhD, is a neonatologist at the Department of Neonatology of the Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital (University Medical Centre Utrecht, the Netherlands). He earned his MD degree at the University Hospital Leuven in Belgium, and specialized in Pediatrics at the Leiden University Medical Centre. He was trained as a neonatologist at the Erasmus Medical Centre (Rotterdam, the Netherlands) and worked there for 10 years as a neonatologist.
He received his PhD on the topic "Diffusion Weighted Imaging of the Neonatal Brain" in 2010, for which he spent a year as a research fellow at the Imperial College London. In 2013, he earned a master’s degree in Neuroscience at the Erasmus University Medical Center.
He is currently working as a neonatologist and Associated Professor at the Department of Neonatology of the Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital in Utrecht. He is a member of the European Neonatal Brain Club. His current research interests are studying the effects of early life cerebellar injury on cortical development, and the effects of disturbed preterm sleep on brain development.