Rutgers-Princeton Center for Computational Cognitive Neuropsychiatry
In a major collaborative initiative, the Rutgers-Princeton Center for Computational Cognitive Neuropsychiatry (CCNP) opened its doors in February of 2017. The Center aims to improve the diagnosis of mental disorders, better predict their progression and eventually aid in developing treatments. The studies conducted at the center will address disorders ranging from depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia to obsessive-compulsive disorder and substance abuse. Read more at the CCNP website.
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New Rutgers-Princeton Center uses computational models to understand psychiatric conditions
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Intel Labs and PNI Project
PNI and Intel Labs are working together to break new ground in the study of the brain and read the human mind. Using a system that focuses on human mapping, Princeton neuroscientists and Intel software engineers have collaborated to develop new algorithms in order to achieve real-time brain scan processing.
- Read in the News at Princeton feature story more about the PNI-Intel collaboration, including interviews with PNI faculty Jon Cohen, Ken Norman, and Nick Turk-Browne.
- Together PNI researchers and Intel collaborators published in a special issue of Nature Neuroscience focusing on human brain mapping based on their work.