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1st Cambridge Computational Psychiatry Workshop (CCPW2018) - March 13th 2018
1st Cambridge Computational Psychiatry Workshop (CCPW2018)
13th March 2018, Lecture Theatre MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
The Department of Psychiatry is delighted to announce the 1st Cambridge Computational Psychiatry Workshop (CCPW2018) at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit on 13th March 2018. The aim of this meeting is to facilitate the emerging science of Computational Psychiatry here at Cambridge. In a broad sense, computational psychiatry includes all computational approaches to mental disorders, and it has shown promising potentials to revolutionize research and clinical practice in psychiatry.
In this workshop, we will bring together theoretical, experimental and clinical scientists to present their work on three main areas surrounding computational psychiatry: 1) advanced computational methods such as machine learning to analysis clinical data including MRI and other neuroimaging data, 2) computational models of multiple levels of abstraction that describe mental illness, symptoms and their underlying neural substrates, 3) novel statistical approaches to model mental functions and dysfunctions.
9.10am Registration, tea/coffee
9.30am Welcome introduction – Li Su
9.50am Title TBC – Phil Barnard
10.30am A mutualism model of cognitive development – Rogier Kievit
11.10am Machine learning and neuroimaging in mental health (Keynote lecture) – Janaina Mourao-Miranda
12.00am Lunch break
1.50pm Computational Psychiatry: a bridge for the gap between brain and symptoms – Paul Fletcher
2.30pm Data-driven modelling of neurodegenerative disease progression – Alex Young
3.40pm Bayesian model selection and fitting for reinforcement learning – Rudolf Cardinal
4.20pm What has C elegans ever done for us? – Petra Vertes
5.00pm Closing remark – Ed Bullmore
5.20pm – 7.30pm Wine reception
Directions to the Unit can be found here.
Registration is free, however, all delegate should register online (maximum 80 delegates).
Posted on 15/02/2018
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