10/05/23- Welcome Shrankhla! We are delighted to welcome Shrankhla Pandey as a new PhD student. Shrankhla will be working on NLP approaches to mental health research, co-supervised by Dr Graham Murray from the Cambridge Psychiatry Department.

22/03/23- New publication! “Semantic Speech Networks Linked to Formal Thought Disorder in Early Psychosis”– In this paper we propose netts, a new method to construct a semantic speech network from a text. We then use netts to study Formal Thought Disorder. You can read a blogpost about the paper here, and install netts to use with your own data here. The work was led by Dr Caroline Nettekoven.

20/10/22- New pre-print! “MIND Networks: Robust Estimation of Structural Similarity from Brain MRI”– We propose a new method for robust estimation of structural brain networks, based on similarity between cortical regions. Work led by Isaac Sebenius, feedback very welcome!

12/09/22- Congratulations to Rebeca Ianov-Vitanov on successfully defending her MPhil thesis!

24/08/22- Congratulations to Isaac Sebenius on passing his first year PhD viva!

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25/07/22- We are recruiting! We have a PhD studentship available to work on Natural Language Processing approaches to mental health research:  The position will start in January 2023, and the deadline to apply is 31st August. Please feel free to message Dr Sarah Morgan with any questions! Applicants from a range of disciplines welcome.