Angélique Cramer is an Associate Professor at the department of Methodology and Statistics at Tilburg University. In September 2013, she finished her Ph.D. thesis with honors. She specializes in the development of theoretical and statistical models for the development and maintenance of psychiatric disorders and comorbidity between them. Specifically, her focus is on network modeling and complex dynamic systems. Additionally, she works on more general methodological issues such as measurement invariance and solutions to the multiple comparisons problem. Since September 2015 her work is funded by a NWO innovational VENI grant. She has published > 30 scientific papers in internationally renowned journals such as Psychological Medicine (IF: 5.49), Behavioral and Brain Sciences (IF: 20.42), Annual Review of Clinical Psychology (IF: 16.69) and PNAS (IF: 9.40). Her H-index is 15 and her M-quotient is 2.14, which is in the top 1% of American professors. In January 2017 she was awarded a Rising Star designation by the Association for Psychological Science (APS). From February-June 2017 she is a fellow at the Dutch Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS), working on the problem of relapse in patients with major depression. From March 2017 onwards, she is one of the directors of the Tilburg Experience Sampling Center (TESC) (twitter: @TilburgU_TESC).
Angélique O.J. Cramer
Department of Methodology and Statistics
Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
PO Box 90153
5000 LE Tilburg
5037 AB Tilburg