Simone Mulder, MSc

Leiden University


Open Science, Data Infrastructure, Multimodal Longitudinal Data, Placebo effects, Metadata, Data science
Be kind to your future self; investing in a flexible and accessible data infrastructure now will help you and other researchers tremendously in the future and will improve the quality of research.

Simone Mulder is a research data specialist at Leiden University, with an interest in open science. She works on the implementation and development of the Leiden-CID data infrastructure. Specifically, she focuses on developing a long-term strategy to make data flexible and accessible to other researchers. When she does not have her head buried in data, she enjoys art in all shapes and forms and loves exploring new places.

Development matters | Leiden-CID study

This study was developed as one of four work packages of the overarching Consortium on Individual Development (CID).

CID is a large multidisciplinary collaboration that unites the best researchers on youth and development in the Netherlands.
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