Ofer Perl, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow (co-mentored by Dr. Daniela Schiller)
Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Weizmann Institute of Science
Coming from a background in human olfaction research, I now take my first steps in computational psychiatry with exciting questions about models for the role of belief in nicotine addiction, and uncovering the roles of specific neurotransmitter signals in processes of social cognition. Another field I'm interested in is memory - specifically how our brains map and represent both spatial and abstract spaces of information.
Jihan Ryu, M.D.
Resident Psychiatrist at the Mount Sinai St. Lukes-West Hospitals/ISMMS
M.D., Dartmouth College
His research interest involves modeling perception, attachment, theory of mind, and social cognition on a computational level in severe mood, trauma, and personality disorders and monitoring neurobiological changes in psychotherapy treatment.
Anastasia Shuster, Ph.D.
Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Tel Aviv University
I am interested in social behavior and decision-making. I use a combination of computational, economic and neural approaches to study questions like why people make dishonest choices and what drives individual differences in prosocial tendencies.
Yuyang Luo, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow (co-mentored by Dr. Alex Charney)
Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
I am interested in the application of machine learning techniques to exploit useful neurobiological information from high dimensional, complex temporo-spatial, and low sample size neuroimaging data. The implementation may help us predict individual mental traits and behavioral dispositions from brain imaging data, which would contribute to understanding the connection between the cognitive state and neurobiological features.