Guillaume Dumas

Guillaume Dumas
Assistant professor of computational psychiatry

Guillaume Dumas is Assistant Professor of Computational Psychiatry at the Faculty of Medicine of the Université de Montréal and Director of the Precision Psychiatry and Social Physiology Laboratory of the CHU Sainte-Justine Research Center. He holds the IVADO Chair in "AI and Mental Health", the FRQS J1 grant in "AI and Digital Health" and is an associate academic member of Mila - l'Institut Québécois d'Intelligence Artificielle. He holds an engineering degree in advanced engineering and computer science (École Centrale Paris), two master's degrees (theoretical physics, Université Paris-Saclay; cognitive sciences, ENS/EHESS/Paris 5), a PhD in cognitive neuroscience (Sorbonne University), and the Habilitation à Dirigée de Recherche (HDR) in medicine (Université de Paris). His work is at the crossroads of social neuroscience, systems biology, and artificial intelligence. He studies the embodied and reciprocal nature of human cognition that encompasses biological, behavioral and social levels. His team develops new approaches to psychiatry, from digital tools for assessment and rehabilitation to mathematical modeling for clinical decision making.

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