- Königs Marsh, Heij Hugo A., van der Sluijs Johannes A., Vermeulen R. Jeroen, Goslings J. Carel, Luitse Jan S. K., Poll-Thé Bwee Tien, Beelen Anita, van der Wees Marleen, Kemps Rachèl J. J. K., Catsman-Berrevoets Coriene E., Oosterlaan Jaap Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury and Attention Deficit Pediatrics 2015;136 (3):534-541 [PubMed]
- Königs M., Engenhorst P. J., Oosterlaan J. Intelligence after traumatic brain injury: meta-analysis of outcomes and prognosis European journal of neurology 2016;23 (1):21-29 [PubMed]
- Königs M., van Heurn L. W. E., Vermeulen R. J., Goslings J. C., Luitse J. S. K., Poll-Thé B. T., Beelen A., van der Wees M., Kemps R. J. J. K., Catsman-Berrevoets C. E., Luman M., Oosterlaan J. Feedback learning and behavior problems after pediatric traumatic brain injury Psychological medicine 2016;46 (7):1473-1484 [PubMed]
- Königs Marsh, de Kieviet Jorrit F., Oosterlaan Jaap Post-traumatic amnesia predicts intelligence impairment following traumatic brain injury: a meta-analysis Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry 2012;83 (11):1048-1055 [PubMed]
Dr. Marsh Königs has a background in Biomedical Sciences (BSc), Cognitive Neuropsychology (MscRes, cum laude) and Clinical Neuropsychology (MSc, cum laude). In December 2016, dr. Königs obtained his PhD degree at the VU University Amsterdam (cum laude) for his thesis titled “Traumatic Brain Injury in Children: Impact on Brain Stucture, Neurocognition and Behavior”. With his thesis, Dr. Königs received a nomination for the Praemium Erasmanium Dissertation Prize and won the 2nd prize in the Dutch Society for Neuropsychology’s thesis competition. Currently, Dr. Königs works as a neuroscientist at Emma Children's Hospital. Furthermore, he is responsible for Concussion Management at AFC Ajax and the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB), member of the National Work Group on Brain Injury in Youth (HEJ!), is board member of the Daan Theeuwes Foundation for Intensive Neurorehabilitation and is involved in the foundation of a center for intensive neurorehabilitation after severe traumatic brain injury.