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Do Tromp

  • PhD
  • Graduate Student
  • University of Wisconsin Madison
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Recent publications

  • Connectivity between the central nucleus of the amygdala and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis in the non-human primate: neuronal tract tracing and developmental neuroimaging studies

    • Oler J
    • Tromp D
    • Fox A
    • et al.
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  • Multivariate characterization of white matter heterogeneity in autism spectrum disorder

    • Dean D
    • Lange N
    • Travers B
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Graduate Student

University of Wisconsin at Madison

September 2013 - Present

Research Specialist

University of Wisconsin at Madison

January 2010 - August 2013(4 years)



Universiteit Utrecht

September 2007 - May 2010(3 years)


Universiteit Utrecht

September 2002 - July 2007(5 years)


Do grew up and went to college in the Netherlands, where she received degrees in psychology and neuroscience. She is currently a neuroscience graduate student in the United States. Her interest is focused on understanding the neural substrates that underlie normal and abnormal brain functioning, and specifically the connectivity that underlies affective processing in the brain. She uses state of the art imaging methods, like magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) to examine alterations in white-matter structure in humans and non-human primates in relation to anxiety. In addition she is also interested in the intersection between tech and health, and wants to develop novel tools to investigate and forecast healthy behaviors.

Co-authors (88)

  • Jaap Tromp
  • Gennaro D'Anna

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