Computational psychiatry is a rapidly growing field at the intersection of psychiatry, neuroscience and theoretical sciences. Below are some recent publications on the topic.
The aim of this satellite meeting to SOBP 2017 was to function both as a platform for the exchange of results, and as a tutorial on cutting-edge computational techniques.
The meeting was a great success - here is a group photo:
May 17, 2017 Hilton San Diego Bayfront Room Acqua 310 San Diego, California
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|Standard registration||February 28th 2017||US$ 50|
|Late registration||April 30th 2017||US$ 80|
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The idea for this satellite arose in close connection with the Transcontinental Computational Psychiatry Workgroup TCPW, a monthly web-based meeting for computational psychiatry. We are very grateful for the support through the Society of Biological Psychiatry, and particularly its President Kerry Ressler.