Promoting computational psychiatry in China

Computational psychiatry holds promise for basic research and clinical practice in safeguarding mental health. In a paper recently published in the journal Nature Human Behavior, TCCI scientist and Director of Academic Operations, Haiyang Geng and his colleagues discuss why China needs computational psychiatry, why its development in China will benefit the field globally and the challenges of promoting computational psychiatry in China and how to tackle them.


Read the article on Nature Human Behavior