[FieldTrip] postdoc in computational psychiatry at University College London

Quentin Huys q.huys at ucl.ac.uk
Fri Aug 11 15:17:02 CEST 2023

We are delighted to announce a new 2-year postdoctoral position at UCL on 

	Computational Modelling of Longitudinal Cognitive Function

Supervisors: Quentin Huys and Essi Viding 

The aim of the position is to establish a thorough computational modelling
framework for cognitive research in mental health settings, focusing in
particular on longitudinal data, such as changes due to treatments or
longitudinally with development. 

The detailed job as is here: 

You should have a Ph.D. in machine learning, statistics, neuroscience,
psychology, or a quantitative field and should have a strong background in:

- Decision-making
- Reinforcement learning and / or machine learning
- Bayesian modelling
- Sampling and inference methods

Clinical experience in the field of developmental neuroscience, psychiatry or
related fields is highly desirable.

Feel free to get in touch with q.huys at ucl.ac.uk or e.viding at ucl.ac.uk with any
questions / queries. 

Quentin Huys
Professor of Computational Psychiatry
Applied Computational Psychiatry Lab, Division of Psychiatry and Queen Square Institute of Neurology, UCL
Deputy Director, Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research, UCL

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