Dr. J.R. Dalenberg
Dr. Jelle Dalenberg is a neuroscientist who obtained his PhD in 2016 at the University of Groningen with his dissertation: “Taste and flavor liking: Neurobiological correlates and behavioral diversity“. This work focused on taste processing in the brain and the development of (statistical) data analysis techniques. His postdoctoral research on eating behavior at the University of Groningen and Yale University (USA) focused on the subjective processing of taste in the brain and the interaction between metabolism and the brain. Dr. Jelle Dalenberg is now working at the Department of Neurology of the UMCG and is working on the 'Next Move in Movement Disorders' (NEMO) project. This project aims to develop computer-aided disease diagnostics that will assist neurologists in diagnosing movement disorders. In addition to his work on the NEMO project, he works at FelPro B.V. where he works on machine learning techniques for object detection in digital images and at Yale University as a consultant for methodological support in research with functional MRI.