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Max Taquet


Oxford Health BRC Senior Research Fellow

  • NIHR Oxford Health BRC Senior Research Fellow
  • NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow
  • Core Trainee in Psychiatry, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
  • Tutor for graduates (evidence-based medicine), Magdalen College

I am an NIHR Oxford Health BRC Senior Research Fellow and NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow with backgrounds in both clinical psychiatry and engineering. Prior to studying medicine at the University of Oxford, I was a research fellow in engineering at Harvard Medical School and the Boston Children's Hospital with whom I remain affiliated.

My research seeks to use big data (including electronic health records, brain imaging, and mobile phone data) to help better characterise and treat psychiatric disorders. By interrogating large multimodal datasets, I aim to gain a better insight into the complexity of mental illness, including its granular dynamics at the symptom level, its transdiagnostic nature, and its link with the rest of medicine (and COVID-19 in particular); and to translate this insight into treatment targets.

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