Henriët van Middendorp, PhD
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
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Andrea Evers wins Stevin Award for Scientific and Societal Impact Andrea Evers, Professor of Health Psychology at Leiden University, has won the Stevin Prize – alongside the Spinoza Prize, the highest scientific award in the Netherlands.
2nd official Society for Interdisciplinary Placebo Studies (SIPS) conference on placebo studies, Leiden 2019 From July 7-9, 2019 the 2nd official SIPS conference on placebo studies was held in Leiden, the Netherlands. Thanks to all attendees for this inspiring and wonderful conference!
Andrea Evers as new member at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences has selected Andrea Evers as one of their new members.
ZonMw Medical Inspirator Award for research ‘Lyme paralyses lives’ Together with patient representatives, clinician-researchers from Radboucumc, Amsterdam UMC, and researchers from Leiden University (Andrea Evers and Henriët van Middendorp) have received the Medical Inspirator Prize 2019 from ZonMw.