Janice Sandjojo obtained her bachelor’s degree in Psychology (cum Laude) at Utrecht University , after which she completed the master’s programme Clinical Neuropsychology (cum laude) at Leiden University.
Janice Sandjojo obtained her bachelor’s degree in Psychology (cum laude) at Utrecht University, after which she completed the master’s programme Clinical Neuropsychology (cum laude) at Leiden University. After her graduation, she worked as a neuropsychologist at the Parnassia Bavo Groep with people with acquired brain injury and comorbid psychiatric problems. In 2011 she started in Leiden as a lecturer at the department of neuropsychology, where she still coordinates and teaches several courses of both the bachelor’s and master’s programme (Biopsychology and neuropsychology, Clinical neuropsychology, Adult and old age neuropsychology, Child neuropsychology) and supervises master theses, internships, and BAPDs. Outside of the University, she has worked as a neuropsychologist at the LUMC, assessing patients with autoimmune diseases for both diagnostic and scientific purposes. Further scientific and clinical experience includes the assessment and treatment of preterm born children (Erasmus MC-Sophia), children with learning difficulties (HCO) and adults with neurological, cardiovascular, respiratory diseases and cancer (Rijnlands Revalidatie Centrum). Currently, she is finishing her PhD study, focusing on promoting self-management in people with intellectual disabilities.
Promoting self-management in people with intellectual disabilities.
- Biopsychology and neuropsychology
- Clinical neuropsychology
- Child neuropsychology: Theory and assessment of neurodevelopmental disorders
- Child neuropsychology: Clinical practice
- Clinical practical internships
- Oral Presentation Award - Association for Researchers in Psychology and Health Conference 2017.
- Poster Award - 15th International Association for the Scientific Studies of Intellectual Disabilities World Congress 2016.
- University of Vienna Fellowship - University of Vienna 2016
- Lecturer of the year - Health, Medical and Neuropsychology Unit 2015