Felix Neuner studied Mechanical Engineering and Management at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen and Psychology at the University of Ulm. He specialized in internships and research in the fields of energy systems, innovation management and modeling. During his studies, he worked as a lecturer in mathematics (statistics, linear algebra and differential equations) at Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University and as a tutor in methodology (statistics I & II, test theory and experimental design) at the University of Ulm.
Since November 2018 he is a research assistant at the Institute for Clinical & Biological Psychology of the University of Ulm. He explores the relationship between cellular energy metabolism and psychological functioning, especially in borderline personality disorder. In addition to his research activities, he gives the seminars "personality disorders" and "disorders after childhood maltreatment" at the University of Ulm and holds lecture in statistics at Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University.