Renate de Bock

PhD student


Researchgate profile

Renate de Bock studied biological psychology at the University of Amsterdam before completing her research master in neuroscience at Utrecht University in 2018. During her master’s she studied the effects of different psychotropic drugs on the brain. With her research interests in psychiatric disorders, neuroimaging, and pharmacology, she found a perfect fit working at the Psychiatric University Hospital (UPK) in Basel. Renate’s PhD research focuses on neurophysiological and pharmacological aspects in the prediction and treatment of psychotic disorders.


EEG resting-state connectivity and psychosis: Dopaminergic influences

Metacognitive training as a serious game: A new approach for the treatment of delusions