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James Hong

NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Psychiatry

I am an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Psychiatry.

My mission is to develop non-invasive neuromodulatory treatments tailored to the individual’s neural circuit dysfunction, working with Professor Miriam Klein-Flugge, Professor Catherine Harmer and colleagues in the Department of Psychiatry.

I have a special interest in the neural basis of mood disorders and the link between neural circuitry, cognitive function and emotional processing to explain and therapeutically alter mental health symptoms and improve brain health.

I completed my undergraduate studies in Neuroscience and Clinical Medicine at University College London. I undertook a Master of Science by research in Psychiatry under the supervision of Professor Andrea Cipriani and Professor Paul Harrison, as well as a Master of Business Administration, at the University of Oxford.