Paris Lalousis

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Paris is a Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence in Mental Health at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King's College London. He graduated with a first-class BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Wales in 2014 before working as a research assistant at the Department of Mental Health & Neurosurgery of the Evangelismos Hospital in Athens. He then undertook a MSc in Brain Imaging & Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Birmingham, graduating with distinction in 2017. Following that, he worked as an Assistant Psychologist in the Early Intervention in Psychosis service for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital. He undertook a joint funded Priestley University of Birmingham - University of Melbourne PhD at the Institute for Mental Health and the Centre for Human Brain Health. He then worked as Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham leading his site within the NIH-funded PRESCIENT consortium and coordinating with international collaborators from 10 countries and 12 sites to successfully develop novel machine learning solutions for psychosis. He currently co-leads the AIM lab where he uses state-of-the-art artificial intelligence to improve understanding of disease processes in mental illness, by disentangling their phenotypic and neurobiological heterogeneity in a transdiagnostic manner.


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(Brain) sex matters


Paris Lalousis reviews a recent study that looks into the differences in brain connectivity between males and females, which suggests a potential sex-based divergence in the neurobiological underpinnings of psychiatric disorders.

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