My name is Moniek Hutschemaekers. I have obtained both a Research Master in Behavioural Science and a Master in Healthcare Psychology from the University of Nijmegen. I have always been interested in combining research with the clinical practice. I am specifically interested in research targeting patient groups that do not benefit form evidence-based treatments. After my graduation I started working as a psychologist and researcher at Pro Persona Overwaal: an outpatient center for anxiety disorders. Here, I worked on research projects with a focus on fear extinction in patients with an anxiety disorder and with cognitive bias modification in patients with PTSD. Currently, I am part of a Top Class program in which I combine the post-master educational program for Healthcare Psychologists with an external PhD project. My PhD project is a collaboration between the ‘Nijmegen Centre for Anxiety and Affective Disorders Research and Expertise’ (NijCare) and the EPAN lab. In my project, I examine the augmentation effects of testosterone on exposure therapy for social anxiety disorders.