Franziska Knolle. Neuroscientist.

I am a Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie Fellow at the Department of Neuroradiology, Klinikum rechts der Isar, Technichal Univeristy Munich. I am using the framework of predictive processing to understanding mental disorders, especially psychosis. I am investigating how potentially dysfunctional predictive processing links to psychiatic symptoms. I am particularly interested in the interaction between subcortical and cortical regions. In my research, I am using computational and machine learning approaches on fMRI and MEG/EEG as well as behavioural data to explore these topics.

Collaborators

Dr Helen Blank (UKE Hamburg) – Prof Paul Fletcher (University of Cambridge) – Dr Olaf Hauk (MRC CBU) – Prof Sonja Kotz (Maastricht University) – Dr Lucy MacGregor (MRC CBU) – Dr Gemma Modinos (Kings College London) – Prof Jenny Morton (University of Cambridge) – Dr Graham Murray (University of Cambridge) – Dr Lisa Ronan (University of Cambridge) – Dr Christian Sorg (Technical University Munich) – Prof Roberto Viviani (University of Innsbruck)