Our research combines neuroimaging with computational approaches to guide clinical practice in neurological and psychiatric disorders.
We learn about disorders, and apply the insights to clinical practice
Understanding Brain Disorders
How does it go wrong?
Can we reclassify disorders?
We use neuroimaging to study patients with neurological and psychiatric disorders so we can identify abnormalities in their brain structure and function.
We aim to reclassify disorders in terms of the structural and functional brain abnormalities that cause symptoms.
Early Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment
What’s going to happen over time?
How can we change what will happen?
Neuroimaging is used to detect hidden abnormalities in brain structure and activity before clinical symptoms, predict how patients’ symptoms will change over time and understand how prognoses are improved by treatment.
Max Planck UCL Centre
Studying the causes of psychiatric disorders as well as the causes of individual differences in cognitive development, with an emphasis on adulthood and old age.