Dr Paul Expert

Paul Expert is currently an Associate researcher at the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London in the group of Prof Federico Turkheimer.

He did my undergraduate studies at the University of Geneva until getting a Master degree in Physics. He then joined the Complexity & Networks group at Imperial College London to do my PhD under the supervision of Prof. Kim Christensen, and currently holds a visiting position in the group and usually spend two days a week at Imperial.

Currently his main research interests are the study of networks structure and their use to differentiate clinical population as well as their neural correlate, using concepts from homology to study the structure complex networks and its application to neuroimaging data and self-organised critical models both theoretically and their applicability to the economy and the brain function.