!!!Johanna H. Meijer
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__Present and Previous Positions__
* 2021 Dutch Chair Bioclock Consortium
* 2020 Elected Annual “Ambassador of the Night”, Initiative of the Dutch Nature and Environment Federation, aiming to  reduce light pollution for the benefit of biodiversity 
* 2007 - present Professor and Head of Neurophysiology, Dept. Cell and Chemical Biology, Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), Leiden, The Netherlands
* 2015 - present  Board member, National Research Agenda (NWA) for Complexity Research (Grip on Complexity), Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) with the aim to establish a cross-discipline cluster for Complexity Research 
* 2013 - 2019 Visiting Professor Oxford University, Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute, Dept. of Ophthalmology,Oxford University, Oxford, UK
* 2012 - 2019 Content Development and Coordinator, Annual Interdisciplinary Honours Courses, LUMC
* 2015 - 2018 Board member, Life Sciences, Lorentz Center (Center for (inter)national conferences and workshops), Leiden, The Netherlands
* 2011 - 2014 Board member (LUMC representative) for content development of Honours education program, Leiden University 
* 2008 - 2011 Co-founder and Organizer, “Vitaal” (LUMC Network for Female Scientists and Clinicians) 
* 2001 - 2007 Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, LUMC  
* 1992 - 2001 Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, LUMC
__Fields of Scholarship__
__Honours and Awards__
* 2014 - presentElected Member of the Koninklijke Hollandse Maatschappij der Wetenschappen (KHMW; Royal Dutch Society of Sciences)
* 2020 NWA-ORC Grant, (Dutch research grant to enable academic research on societally relevant questions) Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) Coordinator, €10M
* 2019 ERC Advanced Investigator Grant: “The biological clock of day-active mammals”. 
* 2013 - 2019 Honorary visiting professorship Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom 
* 2016 Aschoff and Honma Prize in Biological Rhythm Research (most prestigious international prize in the circadian research field, awarded biannually; second ever female awardee; International selection committee chaired by Dr. Takao Kondo.
* 2016 Scientific member of the Organisations for Social Partners in Hospitals in the Netherlands; StAZ  (non-academic hospitals) and SoFoKleS (Academic Medical Centers). Provided scientific input for app for nursing staff to deal with rotating shift work
* 2015 Board member, National Research Agenda (NWA) Complexity cluster; successfully raised €19.5M for Dutch Complexity Research 
* 2015 Named Ariens Kappers Lecture at the European Biological Rhythms Society, Manchester, UK
* 2013 - 2015 Elected Member at Large of the board of the Society for Biological Rhythm Research, USA.
* 1999 Best Teacher Award for the period 1994 - 1999 in Biopharmaceutical Sciences (Faculty of Natural Sciences, Leiden University)
* 1993 Aschoff’s Rule (prize for eminent contributions in chronobiology supporting the interdisciplinary spirit of the field), received by the previous Aschoff’s rule prize winner, Nobel prize winner Jeffrey Hall
* 1989 - 1992    Fellowship of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), a prestigious postdoc fellowship for promising young scientists
* 1989 PhD, cum laude, University of Leiden

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[Publication list|User/Meijer_Johanna/Publications]
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