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Dr. N.A. Sutedja

Neurologist/Clinical Neurophysiologist.

Focus areas

  • Ultrasound and blood circulation in the brain
  • Monitoring of spinal cord
  • Electromyograms in neuromuscular diseases


Curriculum vitae

Nadia Sutedja has been associated with the Department of Clinical Neurophysiology as a staff member since 1 July 2014.
Her tasks in patient care comprise performing and interpreting the results of general neurophysiological diagnostic tests (including EEG, EMG, duplex, and evoked potentials). In addition, she monitors essential neurological functions in the brain and spinal cord during operations by means of neurophysiological techniques (including operations on arteries in the throat, the aorta, and the spinal column).
In academic terms, she has a broad field of expertise. She has performed laboratory research into the underlying mechanisms of learning and memory (Columbia University, New York, 2002). She gained her PhD with a thesis on patient-connected neuromuscular research into risk factors in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as motor neurone disease) (Utrecht University, 2010). At the MUMC+ she will be performing research within an international partnership into new techniques for the better monitoring of the function of the spinal cord.
She is intensively involved in the teaching curriculum of the housemanship in neurology and leads many of the lectures and practicals for housemen. She is also involved in the teaching of doctors training to become neurologists.
She is a member of the Nederlandse Vereniging voor Klinische Neurofysiologie (Dutch Association for Clinical Neurophysiology, NVKNF), the Nederlandse Vereniging voor Neurologie (Dutch Association for Neurology, NVN), and the American Academy of Neurology (AAN).

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