Join the Lab

Are you interested in the neural and computational bases of decision making and psychiatric disorders? Do you want to better understand how neural decision processes can go awry? Then join our lab!

We are constantly looking for talented people at every career stage to join the Developmental Computational Psychiatry group at Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research.

Postdoctoral fellows. If you are interested in decision neuroscience and/or computational psychiatry – join the developmental computational psychiatry lab as PostDoc. We currently have one position open – closing date is 25/10/2018: link
Contact Tobias if you are interested in pursuing a PostDoc in our lab. Benefit from a unique scientific environment, the best neuroimaging facilities and plenty of bright people to collaborate with. Tobias is happy to discuss job opportunities or to discuss potential grant applications to come and work with us.

MSc students. Are you pursuing a MSc at UCL? Then come join us for your Master’s thesis. We have a wide range of clinical and non-clinical projects and we can discuss which of these would suit your skills and interests best. You will be able to take part in the rich scientific life at our Centre and learn new experimental, computational and methodological skills in computational neuroimaging.

PhD students. Do you want to pursue a career in computational psychiatry and/or decision neuroscience? Then you should join our lab for a PhD. You will have the chance to conduct your own projects under Tobias’ supervision and to work with world-class experts in computational psychiatry and cognitive neuroscience at our Centre.

We are currently accepting applications for a fully funded four-year PhD programme in Computational Psychiatry. Please see details here:
If you are interested, please get in touch – application deadline is 26/08/2018.

Also consider applying for other PhD programs at UCL, such as the Wellcome-MRC PhD program in Neuroscience.
Tobias is happy to discuss lab rotations and potential projects.