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Prof. Dr. Tobias Kaufmann

Prof. Dr. Tobias Kaufmann

W3-Professor

Leitung der AG Computational Psychiatry

Kontakt

E-Mail-Adresse: tobias.kaufmann@med.uni-tuebingen.de

  • Short Biography

    I am a Full Professor of Neurotechnology and Computational Psychiatry at University of Tübingen, Germany, and a Senior Researcher at the Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research in Oslo, Norway. In my research, I investigate pathophysiological changes in brain structure and function and their genetic underpinnings, applying computational tools to large-scale neuroimaging and genetics data.

  • seit 2020W3-Professor of Neurotechnology and Computational Psychiatry, Tübingen, Germany & Senior Researcher, Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research, Oslo, Norway
  • 2017 - 2020Senior Researcher, Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research, Oslo, Norway
  • 2013 - 2017Postdoctoral fellow, Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research, Oslo, Norway
  • 10/2013Dr. rer. nat., University of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany
  • 2010 - 2013PhD student, University of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany
  • 03/2010Diplom Biology, University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
  • 2020 - Best Publication Award by Oslo University Hospital (as first author)
  • 2019 - Dr. Einar Martens Prize (as senior author)
  • 2019 - Excellent Paper in Neuroscience Award from the ERA-NET NEURON (as first author)
  • 2018 - Dr. Einar Martens Prize (as first author)
  • 2017 - Best Publication Award by Oslo University Hospital (as first author)
  • 2015 - Best Publication Award by Oslo University Hospital (as first author)
  • 2013 - Publication Award of the DFG Research Training Group 1253/1 (as first author)
  • 2012 - Best Talk Award, 3rd Workshop on Tools for Brain Computer Interaction
  • Elvsåshagen, T., Bahrami, S., ..., Kaufmann, T. (2020). The genetic architecture of human brainstem structures and their involvement in common brain disorders. Nature Communications
  • Kaufmann, T., ..., Westlye, L.T. (2019). Common brain disorders are associated with heritable patterns of apparent aging of the brain. Nature Neuroscience
  • Kaufmann, T., Alnæs, D., Doan, N.T., Brandt, C.L.,Andreassen, O.A., Westlye, L.T. (2017). Delayed stabilization and individualization in connectome development are related to psychiatric disorders. Nature Neuroscience
  • Kaufmann, T., Alnæs, D., Brandt, C.L., Doan, N.T., Kauppi, K., Bettella, F., Lagerberg, T.V., Berg, A.O., Djurovic, S., Agartz, I., Melle, I.S., Ueland, T., Andreassen, O.A., Westlye, L.T. (2016). Task modulations and clinical manifestations in the brain functional connectome in 1615 fMRI datasets. NeuroImage
  • Kaufmann, T., Elvsåshagen, T., Alnæs, D., Zak, N., Pedersen, P.Ø., Norbom, L.B., Quraishi, S.H., Tagliazucchi, E., Laufs, H., Bjørnerud, A., Malt, U.F., Andreassen, O.A., Roussos, E., Duff, E.P., Smith, S.M., Groote, I.R., Westlye, L.T. (2016). The brain functional connectome is robustly altered by lack of sleep. NeuroImage
  • Kaufmann, T., Skåtun, K.C., Alnæs, D., Doan, N.T., Duff, E.P., Tønnesen, S., Roussos, E., Ueland, T. Aminoff, S.R., Lagerberg, T.V., Agartz, I., Melle, I., Smith, S.M., Andreassen, O.A., Westlye, L.T. (2015). Disintegration of Sensorimotor Brain Networks in Schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin
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