Dr Kelly Diederen
Kelly Diederen is a Lecturer in Psychosis studies at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience. She is a co-module leader for the MSc in Mental Health Studies and she supports the MSc in Early Interventions in Psychosis. She is particularly interested in the extent to which alterations in brain and behaviour are common across different psychiatric conditions, and whether we can develop more precise disease markers for individual patients. To this end, Kelly collaborates with experts in different psychiatric conditions at e.g. the University of Cambridge, Durham and East Anglia. Kelly’s research portfolio includes behavioural task design, computational modelling, neuroimaging and psychosis.