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On June 5-6, 2018, the Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders will host a workshop to explore and advance the appropriate use of devices and mobile technology to predict, diagnose, monitor, assess adherence, and develop treatments for central nervous system (CNS) disorders. Despite the high prevalence of CNS disorders worldwide, there is limited understanding of natural disease course and patients’ own experiences of the illness. Assessment of function for many disorders—including Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, mood disorders, and schizophrenia—typically is based on subjective or self-report tests during time-limited clinical visits. The miniaturization and proliferation of mobile technology has led to an explosion of interest in developing tools that provide reliable, high quality, continuous data collection from large patient populations in their natural settings and activities. The use of devices to advance research and treatment for CNS disorders holds tremendous promise, including enabling major advances in identifying prodromal and subclinical states, but also raises important technological, methodological, ethical, privacy, security, and regulatory issues. This public workshop will bring together experts and key stakeholders from academia, government research and regulatory agencies, the technology and pharmaceutical sectors, and non-profit organizations to examine current opportunities afforded by device and mobile health technology to catalyze research and treatment of CNS disorders.
The 4th Annual Brain Stimulation and Imaging Meeting (BrainSTIM 2018), a satellite meeting for OHBM.
Visit the 2018 Annual Meeting page for more information!
BrainConnects 2018 is dedicated to the promotion of aging neuroscience and informatics to neurotechnologies in the Asia Pacific region. Our annual meetings aim to develop and share methods and technologies for delaying and modulating cognitive and physical decline in aging, or pathophysiologic changes in older adults.
Our focus this year is on the “The Science of Learning in the Aging Brain and we have arranged for our symposium to take place after the Organization of Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) conference in Singapore. There will be speakers from Asia Pacific regions such as Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, as well as keynotes from UK.
Please visit our website to find out more about our speakers and programme.
BrainConnects 2018 website
We welcome the participation of international researchers and students. Registration is free and limited to the first 75 participants. We encourage anyone who is interested to sign up before our registration deadline, 31st May 2018.
Abstract submission BrainConnects 2018 is calling for abstracts for poster presentations. Click here for more details on how to submit an abstract.
Su Ren Gan
Please join us in Singapore for the Workshop on Nonstandard Brain Image Analysis (NBIA). This satellite meeting will be held after the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) annual meeting. NBIA 2018 will focus on showcasing various emerging nonstandard or experimental techniques in brain image processing and analysis. This workshop combines lectures by leaders in the field of processing and analysis, poster sessions and other opportunities to network. The workshop is meant to inform and educate students and researchers.
Talks: The full list of more than 20 invited speakers can be found in
https://nbiasite.wordpress.com/invited-speakers in five sessions: deep learning, imaging genetics, EEG analysis, fMRI analysis and brain connectomics.
When: Fri, June 22 – Sat, June 23, 2018, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Where: Seminar room (level 2) at Lee Kong Chain Wing in University Hall, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Registration and abstract permission:
There is no registration fee. However, due to limited space, registration is required to participate. For registration and abstract submission, please go to https://nbiasite.wordpress.com/contact
Abstracts are accepted for poster session from now until April 20. Abstracts identical to those submitted for OHBM can be submitted here. However, priority will be given to new abstracts.
Helen Zhou (Duke-NUS) and Thomas Yeo (NUS) are pleased to announce the multimodal neuroimaging for mental disorders workshop. MRI and EEG offer exciting opportunities to study the human brain in-vivo. This workshop will feature cutting-edge multimodal neuroimaging research by local and international speakers on human brain anatomy, function and connectivity, as well as their alterations due to development, aging and mental disorders. Tentative program: https://sites.google.com/site/yeoyeo02/MultimodalNeuroimaging201 8
This biennial international meeting includes a two day educational workshop, a three day conference, and a one day satellite meeting. The meeting will be led by more than 40 expert speakers who will present their latest work on methodological advances and applications of measuring structural and functional brain connectivity.
Member initiated scientific sessions and individual contributions provide an overview about current topics in alpine brain mapping research. An advanced course in clinical fMRI will be offered on the first day.
OHBM Alpine Chapter (www.humanbrainmapping.org, www.oegfmrt.org)
Registration / Contact
For registration or submission of 60 min scientific sessions (3 speakers) or individual presentations please contact the local congress executive Dr. Ruth Steiger (firstname.lastname@example.org))
Submission Deadline will be August, 1st 2018. Online congress registration until September 1st, 2018. Registration fee Course & Symposium: 250,00 Euro, Symposium: 200,00 Euro all including Austrian Evening Event and Catering. Reductions: OHBM Members 50%, OHBM Chapter members 25%, Students free. Membership applications: www.oegfmrt.org and www. humanbrainmapping.org. On Friday On-site registration will be possible.
Department of Neuroradiology: Prof. Dr. Elke R Gizewski, Dr. Ruth Steiger,
Dr. Christian Siedentopf, Sandra Wackerle (email@example.com)
Auditorium 2, Frauenkopfklinik, Anichstr. 35, A-6020 Innsbruck
Faculty OHBM Alpine Chapter (from July 2018)
Basel: Christoph Stippich (Chair) Graz: Anja Ischebeck (Chair Elect)
Vienna: Roland Beisteiner (Chair Past) Graz: Christian Enzinger (Secretary) Switzerland: NN (Secretary Elect) Geneva: Patrik Vuilleumier (Secretary Past) Bern: Roland Wiest (Treasurer)
Innsbruck: Elke R. Gizewski (Treasurer Elect)
Salzburg: Stefan Golaszewski, Martin Kronbichler (Treasurer Past)