Sebastian Köhler (S.)
I am an Associate Professor at the Alzheimer Center Limburg and the School for Mental Health and Neuroscience. I co-lead the research line Neuroepidemiology, where we conduct population-based and clinical research into the aetiology and course of psychiatric and neurological disorders. Most studies focus on dementia, stroke and depression. Our aim is to understand heterogeneity among individuals and population mixtures in order to develop new (primary, secondary, tertiary) prevention strategies adn help people grow old with good mental and brain health.
I teach at FHML in the Bachelors/Masters Medicine, Health Sciences, Movement Sciences and Biomedical Sciences and at FPN in the Research Masters (A, B and C roles) and supervise Master and PhD students.
In addition, I teach Epidemiology in the Distance Learning program of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Epidemiology, Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Public Health, Prevention, Causal modelling, Latent variables, Longitudinal data