Welcome to the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping!

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Brainmeout.com offers resources & social activities for attendees coming to the 2016 OHBM Annual Meeting. Find helpful information for your stay, including things to do, dining options, information about evening events and a platform to share your ideas and experiences with other OHBM members in GenevaSpring Newsletter


Student/Post Doc and NeuroBureau Party Information:
Brasserie des Halles de L’ile
1 Place De L’ile
1204 Geneve
(located in downtown area)

Date:  Monday, June 27th
Time:  7:00 pm (Student/Post Doc)/8:00 pm (NeuroBureau)
Entry Fee:  None – must present OHBM name badge to enter


 

The OHBM Annual Meeting is a cutting edge, must-see and be-seen event for professionals who want to keep abreast of industry changes, new technologies and fresh ideas.   The meeting boasts a combination of exciting scientific programs and social events, all tailored to the city the meeting is being held.

 

Membership in the organization is growing and the meeting continues to be one of the most significant neuroimaging conferences for those in the field.

Why should you attend?  See what some of our 2015 attendees had to say about their experience:

  • I discovered two new clinical ways to assess patient disability and that is worth its weight in gold.
  • I was a beginning neuroimager last year, which was the first year I attended OHBM. Since that first meeting I have learned a number of techniques and trends in the field that I apply regularly to my research.
  • Learning about the updates to LONI pipeline especially is a game changer for us. Without that poster session we would not have known how far that project has come in the last 2 years and we might still be trying to duplicate their efforts!
  • Seeing other people's work in the same area as you're in, makes you look differently at your own work: method-wise and theory-wise. It's fun to see and hear other people's perspective on things. Besides information concerning my own research, it's fun to learn new things on completely different topics.
  • I connected with many people who are working on the same types of technical issues (e.g., registration to template when there's a cavity or other brain abnormality; MS lesion segmentation) and that was by far the most helpful.


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