Dr. Henriët van Middendorp
Henriët van Middendorp is Associate Professor of Health Psychology at the Health, Medical, and Neuropsychology unit at Leiden University. Her research focuses on psychoneurobiological factors in health and disease. She has a special interest in the psychoneurobiology of somatic complaints (e.g., pain) and conditions (e.g., chronic pain, skin, and kidney diseases), with particular emphasis on placebo effects, stress mechanisms, and treatment. She conducts both fundamental research on the psychoneurobiology of placebo and stress mechanisms and translational research on E-health screening and innovative interventions for chronic somatic conditions.Back to the people page
News and events
Prof. dr. Andrea Evers in (Dutch) TV program ‘Veelbelovend’ On 7th October Andrea Evers, from the Health, Medical and Neuropsychology unit of Leiden University, appeared in the second episode of a Dutch television show that is called ‘Veelbelovend [Promising]’.
Andrea Evers about the Future of eHealth in The Night of Arts and Science This year prof. dr. Andrea Evers is asked as guest speaker to talk about the future of eHealth on the fifth edition of the ‘Night of Arts and Science’-festival in Leiden.
Lecture Luana Colloca: ‘The nocebo effect: How expectations can make you sick’ Luana Colloca (bio) from the University of Maryland School of Nursing will visit Leiden University on 15 September (2017) to give a lecture about the nocebo effect.
Public day: e-health in practice On Friday, September 29 (8:30 till 17:00), the ‘Health, Prevention and the Human Life Cycle’ profile of the Leiden University, in which the Faculty of Social Sciences and the LUMC work together, organizes a public day entitled ‘E-health in practice: