Prof. dr Matthijs Bal (2005-2009; cum laude) http://matthijsbal.com/
Bal, P. M. (2009). Age and psychological contract breach in relation to work outcomes (thesis). Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. ISBN 978-90-5170-561-4

Prof. dr Dorien Kooij (2006-2010; WAOP dissertation prize 2010, HRM best dissertation award 2011) https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/nl/medewerkers/t-a-m-kooij
Kooij, T. A. M. (2010). Motivating older workers: a lifespan perspective on the role of perceived HR practices (thesis). Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. ISBN: 978-90-5335-258-8

Dr. Teun Aalbers (2010-2014): The healthy Aging Brain Monitor (Promotor: Prof. Marcel Olde-Rikkert). Radboud University Nijmegen
Aalbers, T. (2016). eHealth in the primary prevention of cognitive decline; The Brain Aging Monitor study (thesis). Donders Institute for Brain behavior and Cognition, Nijmegen. ISBN 978-94-6284-052-2

Dr. Klaske Veth (2010-2014): https://www.hanze.nl/nld/onderzoek/profielen/lectoren/klaske-veth
Veth, K. N. (2016). The Driving Power of Development HRM and Employee Outcomes Across the Life-Span (thesis). Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen.  ISBN: 978-90-79371-18-1

Godelieve Hofstee (2013-2017): Emotional labour and cognitive control in call-center work. (Promotor: Prof. dr P. G.W. Jansen, Dr. B. Spisak; VU University Amsterdam).

Karen Pak (2016-2020; cum laude): Human Resource Management and the extension of working lives  (Promotor: Prof. dr M. Van Veldhoven, Prof. Dr.  T.A.M. Kooij; University of Tilburg)

Karianne Kvalheim (2017-2021): Successfull aging at work: relations between psychosocial work, life style and cognitive functioning (together with dr. Marit Christensen and others). NTNU Trondheim, Norway

Marc Damen (2021-2026): Enhancing the participation of low SES workers in worksite health promotion programs. (promotor; and together with co-promotor dr. Sarah Detaille, dr. Josephine Engels). Open University Heerlen

Cokky Verschuren (2021-2025): Negative work behavior: a conceptual perspective (co-promotor: Maria Tims) VU University Amsterdam

Maaike Swinkels (2022-2026): Health promoting leadership (co-promotor: Josephine Engels, Lineke van Hal) Open University Heerlen.