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Masih Rahmati

Postdoctoral Associate

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Masih Rahmati


Masih Rahmati, postdoctoral associate, started his research in computational psychiatry in 2021 by joining Anticevic Lab at the Neurocognition, Neurocomputation, and Neurogenetics (N3) group at the department of Psychiatry at Yale. Masih studies the underlying neural mechanisms in neuropsychiatric disorders through computational modeling of neural population dynamics in patients suffering from psychiatric disorders as well as healthy control subjects.

Masih received his PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience from New York University, where he studied the neural dynamics of visual short term memory in healthy human subjects. To this end, he focused his research on integrating neuroimaging (fMRI and EEG) techniques with theoretical and computational approaches including encoding models, probabilistic population codes (PPC), and dynamical field theory (DFT).

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