Hana Malá Rytter

Hana Malá Rytter

Associate Professor


15th of June 1976 (Krnov, Czech Republic)



  • Ph.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2008)
  • Cand.Psych. (Palacky University, Czech Republic, 2002)


Current position:


Associate Professor in Cognitive Neuropsychology, Dept. of Psychology, UCPH



Previous positions:

2008 - 2012

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

2008 – 2011

Senior researcher at Center for Rehabilitation of Brain Injury, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2010 – 2010

Expert consultant for the Danish National Board of Health. Project: Health technology assessment of neurorehabilitation, Denmark.

Aug. – Dec. 2007

Research stipend at Stroke and Neuroplasticity Laboratory, Memorial University, St. John's, Canada

2004 – 2007

PhD student at Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2003 – 2004

Temporary lecturer (amanuensis) in Psychology of Cognition and Learning, Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2002 – 2003

Teaching assistant in Neuropsychology and Cognitive Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.



Administration and evaluation experience

Ad hoc expert for the Social Authorities (Socialstyrelsen) (2014-)

Member of the Ph.D. study board (2014-)

Chair of Expert Committee for Association of Brain Injured, Denmark (2013-)

Evaluator of applications for academic positions (PhD scholarships) (2013-)

Member of the board for Health Technology Assessment on brain injury rehabilitation, Denmark (2010-)

Deputy head of the Unit for Cognitive Neuroscience (UCN), University of Copenhagen, DK (2008-)

Research Coordinator of the Research Centre for Brain Injury Rehabilitation (ReCBIR), DK (2008-2012)

Scientific head of the clinical research project “Brain concussion without end – a comprehensive treatment of Postconcussive Syndrome” (2012-2015)

Ad-hoc reviewer for the Irish Research Council, Brain research bulletin, Neuropsychological rehabilitation, Neural plasticity


MA in Psychology, Ph.d. Psychology (Cognitive Neuroscience)

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