Research Institute Brainclinics
Field of research: Neuromodulation, Personalized Medicine, Neurofeedback, rTMS, ADHD, Depression, QEEG
Drs. Martijn Arns studied Biological psychology at the Radboud University Nijmegen. After several projects in the Westmead Hospital, the Max Planck Institute in Munich and Organon Research in Newhouse, he started his own company Brain Resource Company Netherlands B.V. in 2001.
He is specialized in applied neuroscience: bringing neuroscience out of the laboratory with the goal to improve diagnostics and treatments in mental health care. He is specialized in Personalized Medicine, diagnostic services, Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) and treatment of brain related disorders (such as Neurofeedback for ADHD and rTMS for depressie) using techniques such as QEEG, neuropsychological assessments (IntegNeuro) and rTMS. This applied brain research serves the purpose of personalizing treatment and diagnosis in order to get more targeted and efficacious treatment. Drs. Arns is director of Brainclinics Diagnostics B.V. (formerly known as Brain Resource Company Netherlands) and Brainclinics Treatment B.V., Chairman of the Applied Neuroscience Foundation, advisor for the Brain Resource Company and was founding director of Brainquiry B.V untill July 2007.
Most recent publications:
EEG Phenotypes predict treatment outcome to stimulants in children with ADHD (submitted) Martijn Arns, Jay Gunkelman, Marinus Breteler & Desiree Spronk. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience.
Golf performance enhancement by means of 'real-life neurofeedback' training based on personalized event-locked EEG profiles (in press) Martijn Arns, Michiel Kleinnijenhuis, Kamran Fallahpour & Rien Breteler. Journal of Neurotherapy
Electroencephalographic, personality and executive function measures associated with frequent mobile phone use. (2007) Martijn Arns, Gilles van Luijtelaar, Alex Sumich, Rebecca Hamilton & Evian Gordon. International Journal of Neuroscience
Different Brain activation patterns in Dyslectic chrildren: Evidence from EEG ower and coherence patterns for the double-deficit theory of Dyslexia. (2007) Martijn Arns, Sylvia Peters, Rien Breteler & Ludo Verhoeven. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience
Rates of Decline Distinguish Alzheimer's Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment relative to Normal Ageing Integrating Cognition and Brain Function (2007) Belinda Liddell, Rob Paul, Martijn Arns et al. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience
Patterns of Cognitive Performance in Middle-Aged and Older Adults: A Cluster Analytic Examination. (2006) Gunstad, Paul, Brickman, Cohen, Arns, Rowe, Lawrence & Gordon. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, 19, (2), 59-64.
EEG Markers for Cognitive Decline in Elderly subjects with subjective memory complaints.
Alexander D.M., Arns M.W., Paul R.H., Rowe D.L., Cooper N., Esser A.H., Fallahpour K.,Stephan B.C.M, Heesen E., Breteler R., Williams L.M., Gordon E. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, Vol. 5, No. 1 (2006):49-74.
The validity of 'IntegNeuro': A new computerized and standardized battery of neurocognitiv tests. Paul R.H., Lawrence, J., Williams, L.M., Clark, R.C., Cooper, N. & Gordon, E. (2005) International Journal of Neuroscience, 115, 1549-1567
Standardized assessment of cognitive functioning during development and ageing using an automated touchscreen battery Clark C.R., Paul R.H., Williams L.M., Arns M., Fallahpour K., Handmer C. & Gordon E. (2006). Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 449-467.
Excitotoxic hippocampal lesions disrupt allocentric spatial learning in mice: effects of strain and task demands
Arns M., SauvageM. & StecklerT. (1999). Behavioural Brain Research, 106, 153 - 166 ( KB).
20 Sep, 2007 12:47 pm
The present study employs standardized data acquired from the Brain Resource International Database to study the relationship between mobile phone (GSM)...