We will discuss both theory-driven and data driven approaches and how this methodology might be used to predict treatment response, improve treatment selection, as well as a better understanding of the underlying processes of psychiatric disorders.
Title of the article to be discussed - Huys, Q., Maia, T., & Frank, M. (2016) Computational psychiatry as a bridge from neuroscience to clinical applications: Nature Neuroscience 404–413 (2016), https://www.nature.com/articles/nn.4238
The JC will be led by doctoral student Simon Jangard, and associate professor Andreas Olsson.
The Journal Club is intended for PhD-students associated with CPF. Coffee and sandwiches will be available from 8.15 AM. Registration for the JC is not necessary!
Instructions regarding ZOOM: You can get also connected through smartphone (download the app ZOOM). Click on "join a meeting", type in the meeting code that Karolina will provide you with and choose username. For a group to join in, you can use a web camera. For this purpose, download ZOOM on your laptop (for SLL-computers, the installation might take some time so prepare this well in time). To join the meeting, click on the link provided by Karolina.