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Felipe Da Silva


Academic Clinical Fellow in Psychiatry

Felipe N Da Silva has an interest in emotion processes and is an Academic Clinical Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry within the University of Oxford Psychiatry Department. His current research projects focus on mood instability within children and adolescents and its role across diagnoses ranging from ADHD and Depression to Bipolar and Borderline Personality Disorder. His research also involves Natural Language Processing and mood monitoring tools developed at Oxford. Originally from Brazil, Felipe studied Biochemistry and minored in Psychology and Humanities at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia before working in research at the Neuropsychiatry Department of the University of Pennsylvania for several years. He obtained a medical degree at the University of Glasgow, conducting research with the Psychological Medicine Department, and became an Academic Foundation Trainee Doctor in Brighton where he pursued emotion fMRI research with the Brighton and Sussex University Medical School prior to commencing his Psychiatry training and Academic Clinical Fellowship at Oxford.