Per January 1, 2013, Natasha Maurits has been appointed Visiting Professor at the Department of Bioengineering at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, UK, for a period of three years. Here, she will further expand her scientific collaboration with Prof. Bernard Conway and his group. Prof. Conway is an expert in the neuronal mechanisms that contribute to the generation and control of movement in humans and employs a variety of techniques (a.o. high density EEG data capture and analysis systems, haptic interfaces for hand and arm, virtual reality and multichannel EMG recording and analysis). In addition, Maurits will teach, conveying her knowledge on clinical neuroengineering to bioengineering students.