Nina Molenaar has received her MSc degree in Medicine at the University of Amsterdam in May 2014. During her educational programme she did a research internship at the department of Neurology of the Columbia University, New York, and an internship at the department of Gynaecology of the Chikankata hospital in Zambia. In August 2014 she started her PhD at the Erasmus MC, where she was one of the two main investigators of the Stop or Go study, a randomized controlled trial investigating the effects of antidepressants during pregnancy on mother and child. In 2017 she received her MSc degree in Clinical Epidemiology from the University of Amsterdam. She will continue to investigate psychopathology during the perinatal period and the role of antidepressants therein.
Antidepressants, cognitive therapy, depression, mental illness, pregnancy, neonatal outcomes.