Massachusetts General Hospital Centre for Precision Psychiatry: First Annual Conference on Precision Psychiatry

Conference on Precision Psychiatry — The Promise of Precision Prediction, Prevention and Treatment in Mental Health (virtual; September 30-October 1, 2021)

Organisers:
Karmel Choi, Lee Cohen, Maurizio Fava, Amy Fitzpatrick, Robbie Mealer, Andy Nierenberg, Matt Nock, Roy Perlis, Jordan Smoller, Sabine Wilhelm

Invited speakers gender ratio: 9 Women: 14 Men (39%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 47%*
BWN rating: 2 (i.e. within 1 standard deviation below base rate)

*Method of estimation: base rate of women in field of precision psychiatry.

Junior Scientist Workshop on Mechanistic Cognitive Neuroscience

Junior Scientist Workshop on Mechanistic Cognitive Neuroscience

Organisers:
Gabriela Michel, Gowan Tervo, Michael Reiser, Emily Dennis, Josh Dudman, Vanessa Ruta, and Vivek Jayaraman

Invited speakers gender ratio: 3 Women: 4 Men (43%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 45%*
BWN rating: 2 (within 1 standard deviation below base rate)

*Method of estimation: previously established base rate of women in cognitive neuroscience.

Human Brain Project Summit 2021: Scientific Conference on Brain Research

Human Brain Project Summit 2021: Scientific Conference on Brain Research

Organisers (Program committee members):
Pawel Swieboda, Katrin Amunts, Lars Kluver, Jan Bjaalie, France Nivelle, Sabine Ruland, Patricia Carvajal, Lisa Otten, Roman Volchenkov

Invited speaker gender ratio: 17 Women: 27 Men (39%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 43%
BWN rating: 2

*Method of estimation: previously established base rate of women in the field of neuroscience.

Current and Future Applications of Network and Control Sciences for Psychiatry – Summer School 2021, University of Tubingen

Current and Future Applications of Network and Control Sciences for Psychiatry

Organisers:
Jasper Bischofberger
Peter Dayan
Birgit Derntl
Andreas J. Fallgatter
Marc Hirt
Hamidreza Jamalabadi

Invited speakers gender ratio: 3 Women: 12 Men (20%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 29%*
BWN rating: 2

*Method of estimation: previously established base rate of women in computational psychiatry.