Dr. Radua, leader of the Imaging of Mood, Anxiety and Related Disorders group at Institut d'Investigacions Biomediques August Pi i Sunyer (IDIBAPS, Barcelona) and awarded with a Miguel Servet II contract, is a psychiatrist medical doctor and statistician who earned his doctorate in biostatistics of brain imaging at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN), King's College London.
He has led many multidisciplinary studies about psychiatric disorders and has analyzed a large number of clinical and neuroimaging datasets; these usually worldwide collaborations have lead to >150 publications in Pubmed-indexed journals (>70% in the first quartile). He has been included in the Highly Cited Researchers List 2017, 2018 and 2019.
He has also developed several new meta-analytic and neuroimaging methods, among which SDM software must be highlighted for becoming a standard within the scientific community. His research is currently also focused on the clinical prediction (e.g. recurrence risk) based on available clinical and biological data to pave the way for evidence-based personalized medicine in psychiatry.
At the academic level he teaches and coordinates several postgraduate courses in statistics and neuroimaging, is an associate editor of Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews and other journals, and holds the presidency of the Spanish Neuroimaging Society.
He has mainly developed his work in London (IoPPN, King's College London, where he is a honorary researcher and keeps continued collaborations with Dr. Paolo Fusar-Poli), Stockholm (Karolinksa Institutet, Sweeden, where he is also a honorary researcher and keeps continued collaborations with Prof. David Mataix-Cols), New Haven (Yale University, Connecticut, USA) and Barcelona (FIDMAG Research Foundation and Institut d'Investigacions Biomediques August Pi i Sunyer, IDIBAPS, Barcelona, where he works nowadays).
Contact Dr Radua at radua at clinic dot cat.
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