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German Society for Clinical Neurophysiology and Functional Imaging (DGKN)
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An annual international meeting where professionals in various parts of the MR field participate in educational sessions and exhibits, networking and career-advancing opportunities.
Ellen del Rosario
The Society for Affective Science annual meeting will be held at the Parc 55 Hotel in San Francisco, CA on April 23-25, 2020. We’re excited to announce that this year's program includes a Presidential Symposium on affect in politics featuring Morteza Dehghani, Nathan Kalmoe and Robb Willer, TED style talks by Lasana Harris, Dacher Keltner, Kristin Lagattuta, Mathew Nock, and Jamil Zaki, and Invited Flash Talks by James Cavanaugh, Aaron Heller, Lori Hoggard, Jessica Lougheed, Emily Mower Provost, Nilam Ram, Gal Sheppes, and Yukiko Uchida. Presentations will be featured in an interesting array of sessions of varying formats.
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Dr. Nathan Spreng (Associate Professor)
No Registration Fee
Dr. Habib Benali, Thanh Dang-Vu and Christophe Grova
No Registration fee
Registration Fee: $50.00 USD
514 398 3579
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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.