Talks, videos, podcasts

You can find slides of my recent keynotes and lectures here. A more extensive list is in my CV — please reach out if there are talks you’d like to get the slides for.

Videos

I just started a youtube channel where I’m curating my talks. Some selected talks below:

  • 2022 › Short talk “Studying systems, not syndromes”, NIMH / RDoC Roundtable on Precision Diagnostics (10 minutes, Youtube).
  • 2022 › Talk “WARN-D: developing a personalized early warning system for depression”, Stanford Center for Precision Mental Health and Wellness (45 minutes, Youtube).
  • 2021 › Conference keynote “Mental health: studying systems instead of syndromes”, Transdiagnostic Approaches to Mental Health conference (45 minutes, YouTube).
  • 2020 › Talk “Measurement matters: challenges to assessing mental health problems pose a substantial barrier to clinical progress”, Future of Mental Health symposium (25 minutes, YouTube).
  • 2020 › Talk “Challenges and future directions of the network literature” (four short YouTube videos: part1, part2, part3, part4).
  • 2020 › Talk “Lack of theory building and testing impedes progress in the factor and network literature” (45 minutes, YouTube).
  • 2020 › Brief video about my ERC Starting Grant to build an early warning system for depression (4 minutes, YouTube)
  • 2019 › Talk “Depression is a problematic phenotype: Studying symptoms over syndromes”, NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre / King’s College London (35 minutes, YouTube)
  • 2019 › Talk “Theory and measurement crises as obstacles to replicability in Clinical Psychology”, Open science workshop Interacting Minds Centre at Aarhus University (45 minutes, YouTube)
  • 2019 › 3-day workshop “Network analysis in between-subjects data”, Virginia Commonwealth University (view)
  • 2015 › Talk “Psychiatric symptomics: a new perspective on mental disorders”, Arizona State University (view)

Podcast