Friday November 2
— AM session —
8:00-9:00

9:00-9:10
Opening Remarks
Read Montague
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute

9:10-9:50
The Missing Link
Jonathan Cohen
Princeton University

9:50-10:30
Pragmatic Computational Psychiatry: Quo Vadis?
Martin Paulus
Laureate Institute for Brain Research

10:30-11:00
Coffee Break

11:00-11:40
Human Neocortical Neurosolver: A new tool for circuit level interpretation of human EEG/MEG signals
Stephanie Jones
Brown University

11:40-12:20
Human Neocortical Neurosolver: A new tool for circuit level interpretation of human EEG/MEG signalstutorial
Stephanie Jones, Dylan Daniels & Sam Neymotin
Brown University

12:20-1:30
Lunch on your own

— PM session —
1:30-2:10
Latent Variable Estimation from Neurophysiological Data for Psychiatric Disorders
Rosalyn Moran
King’s College London

2:10-2:50
Latent Variable Estimation from Neurophysiological Data for Psychiatric Disorderstutorial
Rosalyn Moran
King’s College London

2:50-3:20
Coffee Break

3:20-4:00
“Real” Time Decoding
Stephen LaConte
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute

4:00-4:40
“Real” Time Decodingtutorial
Jonathan Lisinski
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute

4:40-5:20
Computational Psychiatry: Funding Opportunities and Scientific Gaps
Michele Ferrante
National Institute of Mental Health

Saturday, November 3
— AM session —
9:00-9:40
Network Science Approaches to Neural Function — A Didactic Introduction
Danielle Bassett
University of Pennsylvania

9:40-10:20
A tutorial on reinforcement learningtutorial
Anne Collins
University of California, Berkeley

10:20-10:50

10:50-11:30
Model-based EEG reveals disrupted interplay between working memory and reinforcement learning in schizophrenia
Michael Frank
Brown University

11:30-12:10
Methods of computational model-based analysis of brain/behavior relationshipstutorial
Michael Frank
Brown University

12:10-1:30
Lunch on your own

— PM session —
1:30-2:10
Computational psychiatry of depression (and anxiety): A didactic introduction
Pearl Chiu
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute

2:10-2:50
Considerations for computational modeling in psychiatric populationstutorial
Vanessa Brown
University of Pittsburgh

2:50-3:20

3:20-4:00
Addiction: how can computational psychiatry help build a two-way bridge
Xiaosi Gu
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

4:00-4:10
Keynote Introduction
Read Montague
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute

4:10-5:00
Keynote Address
Beyond excitation/inhibition imbalance in multidimensional circuit models of brain disorders
Terrence Sejnowski
Salk Institute for Biological Studies
University of California at San Diego

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