NeuroInformatics scientist & PhD candidate, Maastricht University
Nadine Rouleaux is a joint NeuroInformatics scientist & PhD candidate at the Institute of Data Science, the School for Mental Health & Neuroscience and Alzheimer Centre Limburg at Maastricht University, where her work focuses on combining neuroscience with data science & artificial intelligence, to improve our understanding of the human brain and cure Alzheimer’s disease. Her team’s research on developing a clinically translatable machine learning model to predict conversion to Alzheimer’s disease in MCI patients is recently published in Frontiers in Neurology. In addition to research, she is also involved in organizational & strategic activities and establishing partnerships to foster the neuroscience, health & data science community. As a connector between data science, neuroscience & health professionals she is involved in the Brightlands e-Infrastructure for NeuroHealth (BReIN) institute; a large scale infrastructure initiative to advance big data & AI research in Alzheimer’s disease. In 2015 she obtained her Research Master in Cognitive & Clinical Neuroscience Cum Laude. She is also a local board member at Alzheimer Nederland. In addition, with her online community platform brainformatics.world, she strives to connect the worlds of biology and technology, and bring awareness about the opportunities of data science & AI in neuroscience research.