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dr. J.M.J. (Jet) Vonk

dr. J.M.J. (Jet) Vonk

Assistant Professor
dr. J.M.J. (Jet) Vonk
  • Department of Epidemiology

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Biography

Biography

Jet Vonk is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). She received her PhD in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences from the City University of New York Graduate Center, with a focus on neurolinguistics and cognitive science. She also maintains an affiliation with the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, Department of Epidemiology, at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, where she is currently obtaining a second PhD in Epidemiology.

Her research focuses on the timing and mechanisms of cognitive decline in relation to aging and dementia using linguistic, neuroimaging, and epidemiological methods. Her overall goal is to investigate the evolution of language use and cognitive decline throughout the course of dementia to help accurate and timely diagnosis, with a focus on Alzheimer’s disease and Primary Progressive Aphasia. Previous work has focused on detecting subtle semantic memory impairment in preclinical dementia, developing novel cognitive markers related to biomarkers and future clinical outcomes, and investigating effects of biological and sociodemographic variables on cognitive and language decline.

Her work is funded by an NWO Talent Programme Veni Grant and NIH K99/R00 Award. A complete list of published peer-reviewed work is available here:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/jet.vonk.1/bibliography/public/

Research Output (20)

Differential linguistic features of verbal fluency in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia and primary progressive aphasia

van den Berg E, Dijkzeul J C M, Poos J M, Eikelboom W S, van Hemmen J, Franzen S, de Jong F J, Dopper E G P, Vonk J M J, Papma J M, Satoer D, Jiskoot L C, Seelaar H 13 Apr 2022, In: Applied Neuropsychology:Adult. p. 1-9 9 p.

Predictors of Incident Mild Cognitive Impairment and Its Course in a Diverse Community-Based Population

Angevaare Milou J, Vonk Jet M J, Bertola Laiss, Zahodne Laura, Wei-Ming Watson Caitlin, Boehme Amelia, Schupf Nicole, Mayeux Richard, Geerlings Mirjam I, Manly Jennifer J 1 Dec 2021, In: Neurology. 98 , p. E15-E26

Cross-sectional associations of tau protein biomarkers with semantic and episodic memory in older adults without dementia:A systematic review and meta-analysis

Pelgrim Teuntje A D, Beran Magdalena, Twait Emma L, Geerlings Mirjam I, Vonk Jet M J 13 Aug 2021, In: Ageing Research Reviews. 71

Dementia risk in the general population:large-scale external validation of prediction models in the AGES-Reykjavik study

Vonk Jet M J, Greving Jacoba P, Gudnason Vilmundur, Launer Lenore J, Geerlings Mirjam I 2021, In: European Journal of Epidemiology. 36 , p. 1025-1041 17 p.

Cross-sectional associations of amyloid burden with semantic cognition in older adults without dementia:A systematic review and meta-analysis

Vonk Jet M J, Twait Emma L, Scholten Rob J P M, Geerlings Mirjam I 19 Oct 2020, In: Mechanisms of Ageing and Development. 192 , p. 1-13

Demographic Effects on Longitudinal Semantic Processing, Working Memory, and Cognitive Speed

Vonk Jet M J, Higby Eve, Nikolaev Alexandre, Cahana-Amitay Dalia, Spiro Avron, Albert Martin L, Obler Loraine K 1 Jul 2020, In: The journals of gerontology. Series B: Psychological sciences and social sciences. 75 , p. 1850-1862 13 p.

Family Ties and Aging in a Multiethnic Cohort

Ying Gelan, Vonk Jet M J, Sol Ketlyne, Brickman Adam M, Manly Jennifer J, Zahodne Laura B 30 Jun 2020, In: Journal of aging and health. 32 , p. 1464-1474 11 p.

Semantic loss marks early Alzheimer's disease-related neurodegeneration in older adults without dementia

Vonk Jet M J, Bouteloup Vincent, Mangin Jean-François, Dubois Bruno, Blanc Frédéric, Gabelle Audrey, Ceccaldi Mathieu, Annweiler Cédric, Krolak-Salmon Pierre, Belin Catherine, Rivasseau-Jonveaux Thérèse, Julian Adrien, Sellal François, Magnin Eloi, Chupin Marie, Habert Marie-Odile, Chêne Geneviève, Dufouil Carole, 2020, In: Alzheimer's and Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring. 12 , p. 1-14

Education differentially contributes to cognitive reserve across racial/ethnic groups

Avila Justina F, Rentería Miguel Arce, Jones Richard N, Vonk Jet M J, Turney Indira, Sol Ketlyne, Seblova Dominika, Arias Franchesca, Hill-Jarrett Tanisha, Levy Shellie-Anne, Meyer Oanh, Racine Annie M, Tom Sarah E, Melrose Rebecca J, Deters Kacie, Medina Luis D, Carrión Carmen I, Díaz-Santos Mirella, Byrd DeAnnah R, Chesebro Anthony, Colon Juliet, Igwe Kay C, Maas Benjamin, Brickman Adam M, Schupf Nicole, Mayeux Richard, Manly Jennifer J 2020, In: Alzheimer's & Dementia. 17 , p. 70-80 11 p.

Illiteracy, dementia risk, and cognitive trajectories among older adults with low education

Arce Rentería Miguel, Vonk Jet M.J., Felix Gloria, Avila Justina F., Zahodne Laura B., Dalchand Elizabeth, Frazer Kirsten M., Martinez Michelle N., Shouel Heather L., Manly Jennifer J. 13 Nov 2019, In: Neurology. 93 , p. e2247-e2256

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