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Roshan Cools completed her undergraduate degree in Experimental Psychology, at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands, in 1998. She then moved to Trevor Robbins’ lab at the University of Cambridge, UK, for an M Phil degree (1999), a PhD degree (2002), a St John’s College Junior Research Fellowship (2002-2006) and a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellowship (2002 – 2006). She spent two post-doc years at UC Berkeley working with Mark D’Esposito from 2003, before moving back to Cambridge in 2005, where she obtained a Royal Society University Research Fellowship (2006 -2007). In November 2007 she returned to The Netherlands, where she is now Principal Investigator at the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging.
Imaging the Human Striatum and its Modulation by Dopamine
as author at The Basal Ganglia in Health and Disease,