Workstream 5 Decision-making & Metacognition PhD student at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, University College London. Elisa has interests in decision neuroscience, metacognition and social decision-making. She will conduct research on WS5 under the shared supervision of Dr. Stephen Fleming and Professor Anthony David.
Core member Workstream 5: Decision-making and Metacognition Professor of philosophy, Department of Philosophy, KCL. Nick has interests in philosophy of mind, social epistemology and metacognition. He will conduct research within Work Stream 5.
Core member Workstream 5: Decision-making and Metacognition Professor of philosophy of medicine, Department of Philosophy, KCL. Sherri has interests in philosophy of science, epistemology and philosophy of medicine (especially psychiatry). She will conduct research within Work Stream 5 and contribute widely across the research network.
Workstream 5 Decision-making & Metacognition Clinical research fellow at King’s College London and the UCL Metacognition Lab, Andrew is a specialist registrar in child and adolescent psychiatry. He is interested in technology solutions to gamify tasks, improving the service user experience, as well as in designing tools which support capacity assessment.
Core member Workstream 5: Decision-making & Metacognition Principal Research Associate, Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, University College London. Steve has interests in experimental neuroscience, metacognition and neuroscience and law. He will provide PhD supervision in WS5 and contribute to all aspects of that work-stream.
Principal Investigator Workstream 5: Decision-making & Metacognition Professor Anthony David, Director, Institute of Mental Health, University College London. Anthony has interests in experimental neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry, insight and decision-making capacity. He will lead on WS5 and contribute widely across the research network.
Core Member Workstream 5: Decision-making & Metacognition Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of California San Francisco. Winston has expertise in the neuroscience of dementia and decision-making as well as ethics. He will collaborate on experimental design in WS5 particularly neuroeconomic experiments.
Workstream 5 Decision-making & Metacognition PhD student, Department of Psychological Medicine, KCL. Kevin has interests in cognitive neuroscience, decision making and mental capacity law. He will conduct metacognition experiments in Work Stream 5 and interview clinicians involved in capacity assessment.