Andrés Estradé

PhD Student and Research Assistant (IoPPN)

Andrés studied Psychology at the Catholic University of Uruguay and completed his Master’s degree in Early Intervention in Psychosis at King’s College London. He has collaborated with the Early Psychosis: Interventions & Clinical detection (EPIC) Lab since 2018. Currently, he works as a Research Assistant and PhD Student at the EPIC lab. His main areas of research interest and activity include the implementation of e-solutions for early psychosis detection, phenomenology and psychopathology, and psychosis risk prediction and assessment.