王文婷 Wenting Wang
I am currently working as a PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics (Peter Dayan Lab) and University Hospital Tübingen (Tobias Kaufmann Lab), meanwhile studying Computational Neuroscience at the GTC of University Tuebingen.
My research focuses on understanding mechanisms of brain functions and dysfunctions - from Computational Psychiatry and Decision Making perspectives. I use Bayesian and reinforcement learning methods(under the POMDP framework) to model the neural information processing with large-scale behavioural, neuroimaging(MRI, task-based fMRI) and phenotype data. I am also passionate about broad topics in cognitive and neuroscience, improvisational music and world culture.
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