; Sunday, June 25 | Organization for Human Brain Mapping

Sunday, June 25, 2017

All Day Educational Courses 8:00-16:30 Room
Advanced fMRI Course Ballroom AB
EEG and MEG connectivity: Basic principles, state-of-the-art methods, and emerging vistas 205-207
MR Diffusion Imaging: From the Basics to Advanced Applications 220-222
Pattern Recognition for NeuroImaging 211-214
Morning Educational Courses 8:00-12:00 Room
Advanced methods for cleaning up fMRI time-series 118-120
Brain graphs: An Introduction to network analysis of brain imaging data 109-110
Introduction to Imaging Genetics 217-219
Brain parcellations and functional territories 202-204
Afternoon Educational Courses 13:00-16:30 Room
Why it all comes back to Anatomy 217-219
Neuroimaging Meta-Analysis 118-120
Practicalities for reproducible neuro-imaging 2.0 202-204
Taking Connectivity to a Skeptical Future: Challenges, Tools and Techniques 109-110
Opening Ceremonies / Talairach Lecture 17:30-19:30 / Ballroom AB  

Carla J. Shatz, PhD.
Professor of Biology and Neurobiology, Director, Stanford Bio-X, Stanford University, United States

Synapses lost and found: developmental critical periods and Alzheimer’s Disease
Neural activity is needed to fine tune brain circuits. MHC Class I molecules and PirB receptor, thought previously to function only in immunity, act at neuronal synapses to regulate synapse pruning and plasticity. Changes in expression could contribute to Autism and Schizophrenia, and to the synapse and memory loss in Alzheimer’s disease.

Welcome Reception 19:00-21:00 / Ballroom C, D and West Pacific Terrace  
Join us for the 2017 Annual Meeting Welcome Reception. The reception will be held at the Vancouver Center immediately following the Opening Ceremonies and Talairach Lecture on Sunday, June 25th. Please make sure to wear your name badge, which will serve as your ticket to the event. Additional guest badges are $50.00 USD.  

Next:  Monday, June 26