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Guillermo Cecchi received an education in Physics (MSc, University of La Plata, Argentina, 1991), Physics and Biology (PhD, The Rockefeller University, 1994-1999), and Imaging in Psychiatry (Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell University 2000-2001). He has been interested in diverse aspects of theoretical biology, including Brownian transport, molecular computation, spike reliability in neurons, song production and representation in songbirds, statistics of natural images and visual perception, statistics of natural language, and brain imaging. In 2001 he joined IBM Research to be part of the Biometaphorical Computing project, where he has been working on computational approaches to brain function.
Speech-based Psychiatric Evaluation
as author at NIPS Workshops, Lake Tahoe 2013,
Discriminative Network Models of Schizophrenia
as author at Conference Sessions,