Stakeholder Board Members

The environMENTAL project has established a Stakeholder Board as part of its programme on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). This is to enable two-way dialogue with patients, citizens and other key stakeholders throughout the project. The Board facilitates critical reflection and consultation on ethical and societal consequences of the project.

Stakeholder Board Leadership

Prof. Bernd Stahl

Prof. Bernd Stahl

Director of the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility
De Montfort University

Prof. Dr. Henrik Walter

Prof. Dr. Henrik Walter

Head of RD Mind & Brain
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Stakeholder Board Members

Sharmini Alagaratnam

Sharmini Alagaratnam

Director, Healthcare Programme, Group Research and Development, DNV, Norway

Rado Andrian

Rado Andrian

Strategic Alliance Program Management Lead at Biogen Digital Health;

Digital Health Strategy, Partnerships & Platforms Expert;
Judge/Mentor at MassChallenge

Prof Kamaldeep Bhui

Prof Kamaldeep Bhui

Professor of Psychiatry & Hon. Consultant Psychiatrist

University of Oxford

Dr. Lise Bitsch

Dr. Lise Bitsch

Senior Project Manager

Danish Board of Technology Foundation (DBT)

Cecilie Busch-Christensen

Cecilie Busch-Christensen

Adviser/User Representative

CoE NORMENT
Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo

Prof. Dr. Isabel Dziobek

Prof. Dr. Isabel Dziobek

Professur Social Cognition

Department of Clinical Psychology of Social Interaction, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Fred Gerkum

Fred Gerkum

User representative at Norment and CoMorMent

Norwegian National Bipolar association

Prof. Dr. Lena Kästner

Prof. Dr. Lena Kästner

Professorship for Philosophy, Computer Science and Artificial intelligence

University of Bayreuth

Dr. med. Jakob Kaminski

Dr. med. Jakob Kaminski

Head of research group Digital Psychiatry, Medical lead of home treatment, Department of Psychiatry and Neurosciences

Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Gianclaudio Malgieri

Gianclaudio Malgieri

Associate Professor of Law

University of Leiden (NL)

Guest Professor at Vrije Universiteit Brussels
Co-Director of the Brussels Privacy Hub;
External Ethics Expert of the European Commission;
Incoming Associate Editor of Computer Law and Security Review;

Tineke Mollema

Tineke Mollema

Experience expert in mental health

Boardmember GAMIAN
Boardmember communications Plusminus

Halvor Devor Stokke

Halvor Devor Stokke

Member of User Council CoE NORMENT

Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo

Dr. Sarah Weschke

Dr. Sarah Weschke

Project team leader Patient & Stakeholder Engagement (PSE)

QUEST Center for Responsible Research, Berlin Institute of Health at Charité

Publications

2022

Siehl et al., Neurostructural associations with traumatic experiences during child- and adulthood. Translational Psychiatry (2022) 12:515; https://doi.org/10.1038/s41398-022-02262-9; Download PDF

Siehl et al., Altered frontolimbic activity during virtual reality-based contextal fear learning in patients with postraunatic stress disorder. Psychosociological Medicine (2022); 1-11; https://doi.org/10.1017/S0033291722003695; Download PDF

News

Charite

Job advertisement – Data Engineer – Charité Berlin

We are looking for a motivated data engineer to join our team at the Centre for Population Neuroscience and Stratified Medicine (PONS) at Charité Universitaetsmedizin Berlin.

Responsible Research and Innovation in the EnvironMENTAL Project

Join the 6th environMENTAL seminar

The environMENTAL consortium is pleased to announce its 6th seminar on data enrichment on 16th December 9 am CET.

Press Release

1st environMENTAL press release

European research consortium environMENTAL to uncover mechanisms underlying mental illnesses triggered by climate change, urbanisation and COVID-19 pandemic induced psychosocial stress

1st General Assembly and project kick-off in Volterra, Italy

1st General Assembly and project kick-off in Volterra, Italy

In the inspiring atmosphere of the Palazzo dei Priori, the EU-funded project environMENTAL held its kick-off meeting to initiate its investigations on the influence of global environmental challenges on brain and mental health.