Towards precision medicine for young patients with traumatic brain injury
Marsh Königs, PhD
Assistant Professor in Developmental Neuroscience
Emma Children’s Hospital
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 9th, 2023
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Dr. Marsh Königs is educated in Biomedical Sciences (BSc), Cognitive Neuropsychology (MScRes) and Clinical Neuropsychology (MSc) and obtained his PhD degree (2016) for his research on the impact of pediatric traumatic brain injury on brain structure, neurocognition and behavior. Current research focuses on the impact of disease and treatment on brain structure and function of children, in the context of daily life problems. Dr. Königs co-leads the Emma Neuroscience Group and acts as director of science at the Daan Theeuwes Center for Intensive Neurorehabilitation, is a member of the Dutch Work Group on Brain Injury in Children and Young Adults (HEJ!) and collaborates with professional sports organizations on concussion management at amateur and elite sport level (Royal Dutch Football Association). Dr. Königs specializes in (i) neuroscientific outcome measurements, (ii) clinical outcome prediction for precision medicine; (iii) and data-driven healthcare innovation (Health Intelligence).
This seminar series aims to create and sustain collaborations between clinicians and researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine who have interests in brain injury. To join the listserv please send an email to sut2006 at med dot cornell dot edu. Sudhin A. Shah, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Radiology, BHII; Tracy Butler, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurology in Radiology, BHII.