OHBM 2015

     

Aloha!  Welcome to OHBM 2015! 
Thank you to all who supported OHBM 2015!
We look forward to seeing you next year in Geneva,Switzerland

Hawaii Convention Center
June 14-18, 2015

2015 Talairach and Keynote Lecturers
Talairach Lecturer: Professor Amy Arnsten of Yale University
Keynote Lecturers:

Professor Susan Gabrieli of Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Professor Sabine Kastner of Princeton University
Professor Bruce Fischl of Harvard University
Professor Terry Sejnowski of Salk Institute
Professor Michael Breakspear of Queensland Institute of Medical Research
Professor Christian Büchel of University Medical Center Hamburg – Eppendorf
Professor BJ Casey of Weill Cornell Medical College

Annual Meeting Links:

OHBM OnDemand

CME Form

Program Book (pdf)

Poster Listings Book (pdf)

 


Organization for Human Brain Mapping
5841 Cedar Lake Road, Suite 204
Minneapolis, MN 55416 USA
Phone: 1 952-646-2029
Fax: 1 952-545-6073
www.humanbrainmapping.org
info@humanbrainmapping.org

 

 

 

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