About

I am a postdoctoral research fellow in the Psychological Methods group at the University of Amsterdam. In recent years, I worked at the Free University of Berlin, the University of Michigan, and the University of Leuven. I work in the fields of clinical psychology, psychiatry, epidemiology, and methodology, and occasionally dabble in philosophy of science; here is my CV.

My main interest lies in studying individual symptoms of mental disorders and their causal relations, a framework we have termed Symptomics. More generally, I am interested in four aspects of psychopathology research: measurement (how to best assess whether someone is ill), modeling (what statistical models are most appropriate to model psychopathology), ontology (what are mental disorders) and nosology (how do we best classify them).

When I am not working, I enjoy taking and post-processing photographs, traveling, singing, cooking, reading, and boardgames/RPGs.