Bio

Katharina is a second year PhD student at the Department of Psychology and DAMTP, University of Cambridge. She researches the neural basis of reinforcement learning and relates this to disorders such as depression and addiction. She is interested in the translating findings from rodent models to humans, as well as applying deep learning algorithms, such as Graph Neural Networks, to large-scale datasets and relating behaviour with neuroimaging data. If you are interested in collaborating on the application of neural networks to big neuroscience data, feel free to get in touch.