Marcel T G de Jeu
, Rotterdam

Neuroscience, Anatomy, Chronobiology



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  • Aug 2009
    VIDI-Grant (2009-2013), Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, Principal investigator.
  • Sep 2005
    ESA ELIPS programme/SRON Grant (2005), Dutch national agency for space research, Principal investigator.
  • Dec 2003
    VENI-Grant (2003-2006), Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, Principal, investigator.
  • Department of Neuroscience
    Rotterdam, Zuid Holland, Netherlands


Motor function and muscle control are critical for an animal’s ability to interact with its environment. This interaction is important for many different behaviours, from finding food to defending itself against enemies. In vertebrates the olivocerebellar system controls movements and monitors its efficiency by collecting sensory information. All this information is evaluated to control and correct intended movements. Our group investigates this motor control on a neuronal level

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