A transcontinental computational psychiatry workgroup has recently been formed. As of 1st Sep 2015, the group includes 17 women, 42 men (29% women).
A FENS meeting on computational psychiatry in Sep 2016 had 11 women and 14 men speakers (44% women, but this was by design). Participants, some researchers and some clinicians, comprised of 60 women and 48 men, suggesting that the ratio in the field may be even above parity (55% women), although many participants did not have computational background and rather came to learn about that aspect.
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