Registration for the 2019 Computational Psychiatry Summer Courseis now open!  Please register here

Cost (including talks, coffee/tea/snack, and lunch on both days, plus free entry to the museum):

£150 GBP (early bird, before April 1st, 2019)

£180 GBP (after April 1st, 2019)

Here are some new features of this year’s course – 

–       Keynote lecture on “AI,neuroscience, and psychiatry” by Matthew Botvinick, MD PhD (Google DeepMind, UCL)

–       Opening lecture by René Kahn, MD (Mount Sinai)

–       New lecture on “model-based and model-free control” by Nathaniel Daw, PhD (Princeton)

–       New lecture and tutorial on model fitting by Yael Niv, PhD (Princeton)

–       New lecture on “natural language processing in psychiatry” by Guillermo Cecchi, PhD (IBM)

–       New lecture on “modeling trauma-related disorders” by Daniela Schiller, PhD (Mount Sinai)

–       New panel discussion with Jean Zarate, PhD (Senior Editor, Nature Neuroscience) and speakers


XiaosiGu, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry & Neuroscience, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Dr. Rick A Adams

MRC Skills Development Fellow, Max Planck-UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Department of Computer Science, University College London

2019 Computational Psychiatry Summer Course in @ Metropolitan Museum, NYC