The Embodied Computation Group Awarded Lundbeck and AIAS Fellowships! πŸ‡©πŸ‡° πŸ§ 

The Embodied Computation Group

It brings me great pleasure to officially announce that I have been awarded joint starting fellowships from the Lundbeck Foundation and Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies (AIAS)! These fellowships will enable me to launch my own research lab, the Embodied Computation Group (ECG), which will be based at both Aarhus University and Cambridge Psychiatry. This is an incredibly exciting development – obviously for my own sanity as an early career researcher, but also more importantly for the budding field of embodied neuroscience and computational psychiatry!

As an Associate Professor at Aarhus University and a visiting Senior Research Fellow at Cambridge Psychiatry, I will develop the ECG into a multi-disciplinary research group investigating the computational mechanisms of brain-body interaction, and their disruption in a variety of health-harming and psychiatric disorders. The ECG will initially focus on the Visceral Mind Project – an unprecedented chance to map the neural mechanisms through which…

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