Maryse Cnossen was born on March 8th, 1987 in Den Helder, the Netherlands. In 2006, she past her secondary school exams at the Rijnlands Lyceum in Oegstgeest and started studying Health Sciences at the VU University in Amsterdam. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree, she started a pre-master and master in Clinical Psychology at Leiden University. She obtained her master’s degree in 2012 (Cum Laude). Her master thesis focused on the association between attachment style and therapeutic alliance in patients with personality disorders.
From 2012 to 2014, Maryse worked as a psychologist and project associate at the Dutch child protection service in the Hague and Amsterdam, and at GGZ Centraal in Amersfoort. In 2014 she started her PhD. project at the Department of Public Health of the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam, working on the CENTER TBI project.
CENTER TBI is a large European observational multicenter study focusing on traumatic brain injury (TBI). Maryse has worked on several workpackages, including provider profiling (e.g. measuring structure and process characteristics of the participating centers), comparative effectiveness research (e.g. developing and evaluating statistical methodology to evaluate treatment effectiveness) and outcome research (e.g. examining prevalence and predictors of psychopathology and post-concussion symptoms following traumatic brain injury and developing and evaluating prediction models). This work resulted in a thesis entitled: ‘Outcome and Comparative Effectiveness Research in Traumatic Brain Injury: A methodological perspective.’ Maryse will continue her scientific career as a postdoc researcher at the department of Public Health of the Erasmus MC.
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Health Related Quality of LIfe
- Outcome research