Professional Information
Annemarie
van Elburg
Prof of Eating Disorders
Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Utrecht
Mental Health Care
Education, Honors & Awards
University of Utrecht
PhD-Medicine (Biological Anorexia)-University of Utrecht
2007
Psychiatrist of the year (2009)
Personal Information
Bilthoven
Dutch Academy for Eating Disorders, Member of Utrecht Research Group Eating Disorders, Lions Club
Jogging, Playing Cello
21-25 Years
Annemarie van Elburg has been in the Healthcare, Medical and Education industry for a very long time, having been a Psychiatrist for more than 24 years and working with eating disorders for 19 years, and a clinical researcher now living and working in the Netherlands as a Professor of eating disorders working with Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Utrecht Annemarie's main role is to act as medical director, works as a child psychiatrist and professor. Over the years Annemarie has found herself doing business more nationally , although she worked in England for a year and a half. She is fluent in Dutch, English, German and a little French. Annemarie loves working with adolescents in many ways, any way that she can help. Annemarie does public speaking at least 15 times per year consisting of lectures and conferences, both nationally and internationally. Annemarie has also been quoted in a few newspapers and has published many papers related to her profession. Annemarie is seeking to connect with like minded professionals and share her experiences with many. Annemarie has a great passion for what she does, as her years of experience prove. In addition Annemarie bases her success on her dedication and her desire to know everything about the subject. Future goals are to make knowledge more known and see people acquire it .
Child Adolescent Psychiatrist
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