Consortium on Individual Development


14 November 2019
13:00 - 17:00
Paushuize, Kromme Nieuwegracht 49 3512 HN Utrecht, The Netherlands

CID autumn meeting

Join the CID autumn meeting on Thursday 14th November 2019 in Utrecht to meet and learn about CID research and activities.


Ellen Hamaker will present her CID plans. Ellen is a professor of Longitudinal Data Analysis at the UU Methodology and Statistics Department of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences. In December 2018 she joined CID as a new PI in work package 4. As CID PI, Ellen hopes to foster cross-fertilization between statistics and substantive fields.

Mariëlle Zondervan-Zwijnenburg will talk about her CID special issue paper ‘Combining multiple cohort data: The development of behavioural control‘. The main purpose of Mariëlle’s postdoc is to combine results across CID cohort studies using a Bayesian research synthesis technique (more information here).

Sharing our science through knowledge utilisation is important. Mara van der Meulen will talk about ‘Science communication – social outreach within L-CID‘. Just a small teaser is this tv fragment aimed at children in which Mara van der Meulen and Michelle Achterberg talk about MRI scans: ‘Kun je emoties zien in je hersenen?! – Topdoks extra

Time What
13.00-13.15h Doors open
13.15-13.30h CID update
Prof. Chantal Kemner, Programme chair
13.30-13.45h Science communication – social outreach within L-CID
Mara van der Meulen, WP2, LU PhD candidate
13.45-14.15h New faces
Series of 2 min short introductions Jeroen Mulder, WP4, UU PhD candidate
Lina van Drunen, WP2, LU PhD candidate
Zenab Tamimy, WP3, VU PhD candidate
Irene van Driel, WP1, UvA postdoc
Jana Runze, WP2, VU PhD candidate
Zsofia Belteki, WP1, UU PhD candidate
Niilo Valtakari, WP1, UU PhD candidate
Chiel Vellema, WP4, UU postdoc
Sanne Geeraerts, WP3, UU postdoc
14.15-14.45h Coffee break
14.45-15.15h Combining multiple cohort data:
The development of behavioural control
Mariëlle Zondervan-Zwijnenburg, WP4, UU postdoc
15.15-16.00h Research interest and CID plans
Prof. Ellen Hamaker, WP4 PI
16.00-17.00h Networking


Sign up by mailing Iris Bleeker (CID secretariat).

CID PhDs and postdocs should note that registration is also open for the very first CIDyoung morning meeting: CIDyoung: Conducting longitudinal research within CID – examination of translational perspectives.