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Maximin Lange

PhD Student

Biography

Max is a PhD student at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, under the supervision of Dr Ricardo Twumasi and Professor Nikolaos Koustouleris. His research interests surround stigmatisation of mental illness in the workplace, performance and productivity, as well as machine learning.

In his current project, Max, together with his supervisors, is building an engine to match individual mental health patients to specific employment opportunities.

Max completed an MSc in Organisational Psychiatry and Psychology at King’s College London before working as a research consultant for City, University of London.

Research Interests

  • Mental illness in the workplace
  • Productivity & Performance
  • Career Trajectory Prediction
  • Job Recommender Systems

Lange, M., & Twumasi, R. (2022). Anxious People, Please Apply! No Evidence for Decreased Perceptions of Employability in Individuals with Mental and Physical Illness Compared to Healthy Controls. North American Journal of Psychology24(2), 319-336. 

    Research

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    Artificial Intelligence in Mental Health (AIM)

    The Artificial Intelligence in Mental Health (AIM) lab is co-led by the Chair of Precision Psychiatry Professor Nikolaos Koutsouleris and the Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence in Mental Health Dr Paris Alexandros Lalousis. It is a new lab based in the Department of Psychosis Studies at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience. Our focus is to use AI techniques to improve understanding of mental health disorders and improve diagnostic, prognostic, and treatment tools available for mental health clinicians.

      Research

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      Artificial Intelligence in Mental Health (AIM)

      The Artificial Intelligence in Mental Health (AIM) lab is co-led by the Chair of Precision Psychiatry Professor Nikolaos Koutsouleris and the Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence in Mental Health Dr Paris Alexandros Lalousis. It is a new lab based in the Department of Psychosis Studies at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience. Our focus is to use AI techniques to improve understanding of mental health disorders and improve diagnostic, prognostic, and treatment tools available for mental health clinicians.