ICARUS Integrated Clinical-Computational Affective Research Unit 

I am completing my PhD at the Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry supervised by Liam Mason and Quentin Huys. I am investigating the mechanisms underlying aberrant information processing in mood disorders, with the ultimate goal of developing better interventions. I use behavioural experiments, deployed online and via smartphone app (which I co-developed), combined with computational modelling to characterise the effect mood has on learning, decision-making, and memory. I completed my BSc in Psychology from the University of Aberdeen and an MSc in Mental Health Studies from King’s College London. Before joining the lab, I worked as a researcher in the Psychosis Studies group at King’s College London.

See Ilinca Ureche-Angelescu’s papers on the Research page