Dr. Jonne Doorduin has a background in Technical Medicine (MSc, 2010). He obtained his PhD (2018) in Medical Sciences from the Radboud University Nijmegen on developing monitoring tools and interventions for critically ill patients with respiratory muscle weakness. For his PhD thesis he received the Netherlands intensive care society (NVIC) thesis award and the Netherlands Respiratory Society Swieringa thesis award. He currently holds an assistant professorship at the Radboud university medical center, Department of Neurology – Clinical Neurophysiology, where he is in lead of the clinical neurophysiology research laboratory. In his research, he mainly studies respiratory neurophysiology in neuromuscular disorders and aims to develop technology to assist breathing and diagnostic tools to evaluate (respiratory) muscle function. Besides research, his clinical work involves intra-operative neuromonitoring of orthopedic and neurosurgical procedures (including deep brain stimulation). He is prinical (co-) investigator on different funded projects and published over 30 papers in peer reviewed journals.