Joris van Neijenhof graduated in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation psychology in 1999 at the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands. He then proceeded to work as a clinician at the Sint Maartenskliniek, a rehabilitation centre for acquired brain injury in Nijmegen. He also completed his post-master degree in Health Psychology there. In 2017 he joined the neuroCare Group where he predominantly works with patients and also functions as head supervisor of post-master psychology trainees. He is proficient in the clinical application of rTMS, neurofeedback and tDCS and is especially interested in the effects of rTMS on neurological disorders like stroke.
In addition to his clinical work, Joris also has extensive experience in teaching at the post-master level. Since 2004, he has worked as a senior lecturer at the Radboud Centre for Social Sciences where he teaches a course in Clinical Neuropsychology. After joining neuroCare and getting his training in neuromodulation techniques, he quickly started participating in neuroCademy as rTMS lecturer and hands-on trainer. He also provides hands-on training and a lecture about sleep for the neurofeedback workshops. The combination of his teaching skills and clinical experience with neuromodulation make him a versatile addition to the neuroCademy corps of lecturers.