Mark Mulder is Data Manager for the SYNC Lab and focuses on using, structuring and the correct way of saving data for research done at SYNC Lab. He is currently working on structuring data for the Brain Time Study (by Eveline Crone that concluded in 2016) according to the BIDS data structure in order to more easily share this data in the future. He is supervised by Eveline Crone and Eduard Klapwijk.

Mark has a background in psychology and obtained his Master in Economic and Consumer Psychology at Leiden University in 2019. His master thesis focused on the influence of institutionalization of compensation and having a voice in the spending of the compensation on public acceptance of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) projects. After graduating, he worked as a research assistant at the department of Health, Medical and Neuropsychology in Leiden and as a lecturer for the Urban Studies  program.