https://royalsociety.org/science-events-and-lectures/2024/02/lates-brains/ Join us on Wednesday 21/02/24 for an exciting event at the The Royal Society – we will be there presenting Brain Explorer (www.brainexplorer.net) and our recently co-produced OCD and the Brain (www.ocdandthebrain.com). Looking forward to seeing you all there!
After several years of work, and thanks to Wellcome funding, we have now launched the OCD & the brain website. This Resource was developed together with OCD charities, OCD stakeholders, and people with lived experience. It should be a hub to translate what brain research can contribute to the understanding of OCD. Please have a look at the website and find more information about the process here.
We are very excited to announce a project that the lab has worked on for a few years: together with the charities IOCDF and OCD Action, people with lived experience and OCD stakeholders, we have asked the questions “what can brain reseach add to the understanding of OCD?”. What came out is a new website that explains the brain’s role in OCD in an accessible and didactic way. Interested? Join us for the launch event on the 27th January! You can find all info here: https://ocdandthebrain.com/
Wir suchen eine*n Lab-Manager*in zur Stärkung unseres Teams in Tübingen. Die Aufgaben sind sowohl die Unterstützung der Forschung als auch die Beihilfe bei administrativen Tätigkeiten. Bei Fragen gerne direkt an Tobias wenden – Ausschreibung hier: https://jobs.medizin.uni-tuebingen.de/Job/3489/Medizinisch-Technische-Assistenz-in-der-Forschung
We have several new positions available for lab manager and student research assistants. If you are interested in working on computational psychiatry and neuroimaging, please visit all the details here: https://devcompsy.org/join-the-lab/
Our lab will be joining OCD Action’s National Conference on 07/10/2023 in London. Tobias will be speaking on “(How) does brain research matter for understanding OCD?” at 11:45am and our group will have a stall talking about some exciting research projects and new creations about OCD and the brain. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Join an exciting fMRI project at UCL and be part of the vibrant MPC and FIL research community! If you have a background in fMRI and/or decision making, please consider applying for this position. All details can be found here: https://t.co/PFJ1i1QdWJ If you are interested, please feel free to reach out to Tobias. Deadline: 17/07/23
Tobias has been interviewed about the Brain Explorer project by Bürger schaffen Wissen. You can read the full interview here: https://www.buergerschaffenwissen.de/blog/nachgeforscht-brain-explorer
We have several postdoctoral openings in Tubingen for neuroimaging as well as for clinical studies. If you are interested in these opportunities, please reach out to Tobias directly. These positions provide the unique chance to help form the research direction of the Tubingen site. All information about the positions can be found here: https://devcompsy.org/join-the-lab/
I am thrilled to announce that I am joining the University of Tübingen to take up a full professorship in Computational Psychiatry! I am taking up a position at the Dept. of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy and will be associated with the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics. I am looking forward to collaborating with my fantastic new colleagues across psychiatry, neuroimaging, development, and artificial intelligence. Importantly, I have several great positions to fill here in Tübingen – from student research assistants to postdoctoral fellows (computational modelling, clinical, neuroimaging). Please find more information and the job adverts here: https://devcompsy.org/join-the-lab/. If you are interested in working with me in Tübingen, please reach out! For now, I will keep my group at UCL and continue my projects there. This means I don’t have to say goodbye to the great UCL – just yet.