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June 2020 Back to Top
No Registration Fee
Dr. Habib Benali, Thanh Dang-Vu and Christophe Grova
No Registration fee
The Fourth BigBrain Workshop is dedicated to the launch of the Helmholtz International BigBrain Analytics Learning Laboratory (HIBALL), the product of a long-term collaboration between McGill University in Montreal and the Forschungszentrum Jülich.
The workshop is designed as a symposium with invited talks, covering recent work on the BigBrain data. There will be a poster session to provide room for more in-depth discussion and also opportunity for young researchers to present their work. We welcome short abstracts of current work and/or short proposals for future initiatives related to the BigBrain.
Please visit our event website for details:
To submit an abstract, follow this link (deadline 5 June): https://indico-jsc.fz-juelich.de/event/123/call-for-abstracts/submit
To register for this event, visit this page (closing 29 May): https://indico-jsc.fz-juelich.de/event/123/registration/register
Registration Fee: $50.00 USD
514 398 3579
July 2020 Back to Top
The mini conference will explore multiple levels of structural and functional organization, across multi-scale networks in human, monkey and rodent brains. Speakers will range in expertise from neuronal and subneuronal microcircuitry, up to macroscale regional organization relevant for system-level approaches to understanding brain processes. The aim is to provide participants with state of the art neuroscience methodologies and theories, taking a multidisciplinary approach to data that bridges the gap between different levels of brain organization, including neuronal, high-field (7T) human brain imaging and behavioural measures, and computational modeling and network simulations. Speakers will describe their contribution to overarching goals of multi-scale, multi-method neuroscience, from advancing knowledge of human cognition to disease-related alterations.
The OHBM mini conference Multiscale, Multimethod Human Brain Mapping is hosted as part of the FENS Forum 2020, 11-15 of July 2020, Glasgow UK. For more information about the FENS Forum 2020 please visit their website below.