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June 2019 Back to Top
The IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca organizes an AFNI Bootcamp, as a satellite event of the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM Rome 2019).
This is a course designed to teach participants the details of volume- and surface-based FMRI analysis using AFNI and SUMA software.
The program is a 5-Day intensive workshop, that includes lectures on pre- and post processing of FMRI data (image registration, intra- and inter-subject statistical analysis with linear regression, deconvolution, ANOVA) hands on sessions (covering statistical analysis, ROI drawing, volume rendering, surface mapping, etc.), and seminars on the basic principles of FMRI physics and experiment design.
Please note that the course is aimed at people who are already doing FMRI, and it is not an introduction to how FMRI works -- it is an introduction to the use of AFNI and SUMA for analysis of FMRI data.
Dr. Vincent Clark
Our intention is to bring together scientists from the field of brain imaging, who are interested to discuss recent findings related to the interaction between the brain and metabolism, hormones and behavior. The meeting is sponsored by the Journal of Neuroendocrinology.
The conference is planned to start June 8th at 12 am and to end June 9th at 2 pm. The venue will be at the Hotel Regent (https://www.hotelregentroma.net/en-gb) nearby to the venue of the OHBM Congress.
The event will be open to students and researchers and we will accept abstracts and have oral and poster presentations.
Prof. Dr. Hubert Preissl
Dr. Jordi Manuello
Course Details: This intensive 5-day course covers both the theory and practice of functional and structural brain image analysis. Background concepts and the practicalities of analyses are taught in detailed lectures; these are interleaved with hands-on practical sessions where attendees learn how to carry out analysis for themselves on real data, with one computer provided for every two attendees (with attendees to work in pairs). After completing the course, attendees should be able to analyse their own FMRI and MRI data sets.
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Prof. Mark Jenkinson
+44 7803 821545
The third International Conference on Interdisciplinary Advances in Statistical Learning will take place in San Sebastian (Spain), June 27-29, 2019.
The conference explores statistical learning and its underlying mechanisms, from behaviour to neuroscience, in various domains.
Our keynote speakers: Jay McClleland, Lori Holt, Simon Kirby, Daphne Shohami
Theme speakers: Scott Johnson, Amy Finn, Maryellen MacDonald
Panel discussion: Richard Aslin
Further details can be found on the conference site: https://www.bcbl.eu/events/statistical-learning/en
Please note that the deadline for abstracts is March 1st, 2019.
Looking forward to seeing you all in San Sebastian!
Manuel Carreiras, Ram Frost, Blair Armstrong, Morten Christiansen, and Louisa Bogaerts.
September 2019 Back to Top
The annual ECNP Congress is Europe’s premier scientific meeting for disease-oriented brain research, annually attracting between 4,000 and 6,000 neuroscientists, psychiatrists, neurologists and psychologists from around the world.
+31 88 75 69 555
The CAJAL course in Whole Brain Imaging is an intensive three-week course that will carry participants through the theory and practice of advanced methods for investigating brain structure-function relationships at the organ level. The course will balance lectures from world-acknowledged neuroimaging experts to experimental demonstrations and hands-on laboratory work in small groups. Participants will be introduced to a wide spectrum of techniques, from microscopic post-mortem brain cyto- and myelo-architectony to macroscopic in vivo 3D-imaging using magnetic resonance, functional ultrasound, near-infrared spectroscopy, electromagnetic waves, and gamma-ray emission tomography. Issues associated with whole brain neuroimaging multimodality and data-sharing will also be addressed. During the course, each participant will be given the opportunity to acquire and analyze whole-brain neuroimaging data in both preclinical and clinical environments.
The 13th CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2019) will take place in Dortmund, Germany on September 23-25, 2019.
The Institute of Complex Medical Engineering (ICME) is an international nonprofit organization established in 2005 in Takamatsu, Japan. It is dedicated to foster development of medical diagnoses and therapies, to improve reliability, safety, flexibility and expandability of theory and practice of medicine to support healthy lives of people worldwide. This requires interdisciplinary efforts of engineers, medical doctors, rehabilitation specialists, neuroscientists, and other specialities.
The objective of CME 2019 is to provide a forum for researchers, educators, engineers, neurologists, medical staff and government officials involved in the general areas of biomedical engineering to disseminate their latest research results and exchange views on future research directions of these fields. We expect that this conference proves to be a very rewarding and valuable technical meeting.