Marcus Kaiser is leader of Neuroinformatics UK representing more than 600 researchers in the field (http://www.neuroinformatics.org.uk) and Chair of the Neuroinformatics Special Interest Group of the British Neuroscience Association. After studying biology and computer science, he obtained his PhD, funded by a fellowship from the German National Academic Foundation, from Jacobs University Bremen in 2005. In 2016, he was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology. He is on the editorial boards of Network Neuroscience (MIT Press), PLOS Computational Biology, and Royal Society Open Science, and author of the first review on connectomics. Research interests are understanding the origin of brain disorders through modelling brain development and using models to inform therapeutic interventions, in particular using non-invasive brain stimulation (see http://www.dynamic-connectome.org).
Prof. Marcus Kaiser
"Towards focused ultrasound neuromodulation as an intervention for brain disorders"