About the SYNC lab

Welcome to the website of the Erasmus SYNC lab, a research group at the department of Developmental Neuroscience in Society at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. SYNC stands for Society, Youth and Neuroscience Connected. Our mission is to bridge multiple levels of measurement to understand how young people develop into contributing members of society.

Latest news

12
Jul
2024
PhD defense Lina van Drunen: Rhythms of Resilience: Individual Differences in Genetic and Environmental Effects on Brain Development
01
Jul
2024
Who are our researchers and what motivates them? Read our new magazine SYNC Science Stories
12
Jun
2024
YoungXperts manifesto on the climate crisis
29
Feb
2024
YoungXperts presents manifesto on social inequality in education
25
Jan
2024
Check out how we made impact in the last year: SYNC wrapped 2023!
03
Nov
2023
PhD Defense Simone Dobbelaar: Helping me, helping you. Behavioral and neural development of social competence from childhood to adolescence
15
Sep
2023
How to optimize youth flourishing? An interview with Eveline Crone and Hilleke Hulshoff Pol in New Scientist
10
May
2023
PhD Defence Ilse van de Groep On April 6th: Resisting, Desisting or Persisting? Neural correlates of antisocial and psychopathic pathways in early adulthood
Read more about our projects
Self Concept
Resist
Braintime
The Urban Rotterdam project
Brainlinks
Leiden-Consortium Individual Development

Contact

ADDRESS
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Mandeville Building T13
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam, the Netherlands