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Quite a few of the lab recently attended The Brain Conference on "New Insights into Psychiatric Disorders through Computational, Biological and Developmental Approaches", which was organised by FENS and held in Copenhagen 25-28 September 2016.

Catherine Harmer presented on "Targetting emotional bias in the treatment of depression".  Beata Godlewska presented data from a recent MRS study using Oxford's 7T MRI scanner.  Mike Browning was the discussant for a session on Computational Psychiatry.  Overall it was a fantastic meeting and a great chance to think about how computational approaches can usefully be applied to the work that we do. 

Beata Godlewska presenting at FENSFENS