Schedule of Events

  Sunday, June 17, 2018  
8:00-16:30 All Day Educational Courses  
  Network Neuroscience: Concepts, Methods and Applications  
  Hands on reproducible brain imaging- SOLD OUT  
  Pattern Recognition for NeuroImaging  
  EEG and MEG Source Reconstruction with FieldTrip  
8:00-12:00 Morning Educational Courses  
  Time-varying connectivity in resting-state fMRI: from methods to interpretations  
  Why it all comes back to Anatomy  
  Introduction to Imaging Genetics  
  Reusing Public Neuroimaging Datasets  
13:00-16:30 Afternoon Educational Courses  
  Beyond Linear Decoding:  An Introduction to Deep Learning Methods  
  Neuroimaging Meta-Analysis  
  Brain parcellations and functional territories  
  Population neuroscience: How to responsibly handle big data in the age of biobanks  
17:30-19:30  Opening Ceremonies / Talairach Lecture: Karl Friston  
19:00-21:00  Welcome Reception  


  Monday, June 18, 2018  
8:00-9:15 Morning Symposia  
  Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience: From Circuitry to Network and Behavior  
  What can functional connectivity tell us about mechanisms of brain function?  
  Brodmann (1868-1918): A pioneer of human brain mapping and his impact on present and future concepts  
  Population & imaging genetics approaches: what can brain imaging contribute?  
9:30-10:15 Keynote Lecture: Irene Tracey  
10:25-10:50 Best Paper Award Presentations  
10:50-12:00 LOC Symposium  
12:00-13:00 Publishing Roundtable  
13:15-14:30 Multi-Modality Symposium  
14:45-16:00 Oral Sessions  
  Modeling & Analysis Methods I  
  Disorders of the Nervous System- Neurology  
  Neuroanatomy & Physiology  
  Decision Making  
16:15-17:00 Keynote Lecture: Simon Eickhoff  
17:15-18:15 Up Close & Personal with Susan Bookheimer  
20:00-01:00 Monday Night Social & Open Science Gala  


  Tuesday, June 19, 2018  
8:00-9:15 Morning Symposia  
  Dynamics of resting-state functional connectivity: Methods and models  
  Prediction bias in perceptual experience and decision making  
  Neuroplasticity: From bench to practice   
  Data science in neuroscience: Generating insight from rich, complex and messy data  
9:30-10:15 Keynote Lecture: Gustavo Deco  
10:30-11:45 Oral Sessions  
  Imaging methods -  Aquisition I  
  Lifespan Development  
  Brain Stimulation Methods  
12:00-13:30 Student/Post Doc SIG Mentoring Roundtable  
12:00-14:30 Lunch Symposium: PHILIPS NEURO DIAGNOSTICS

Insights on Simultaneous HD EEG, MRI and Transcranial Electrical Neuromodulation
Dr. Peter Molfese
NIH Section on Functional Imaging Methods

An EEG Study on Attentional Selection and Suppression in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Dr. Yan Song
Beijing Normal University

12:45-14:45 Poster Session  
14:45-16:00 Afternoon Symposia  
  Critical Perspectives on Time-Varying Models for BOLD Functional Connectivity  
  Movies in the Magnet: Emerging themes from naturalistic viewing studies in fMRI  
  Transcranial Low Intensity Focused Ultrasound: A novel approach to non-invasive brain mapping  
  Evolving perspectives on neurohormonal modulation of social-emotional networks  
16:15-17:00 Keynote Lecture: Bea Luna  
17:00-18:30 Poster Reception  
20:00-2:00 Club Night  


  Wednesday, June 20, 2018  
8:00-9:15 Morning Symposia  
  Evolving perspectives on integrating task-based and rest-based models of brain function  
  Progression from the mean: neuroimaging methods for modelling population variability & heterogeneity  
  Multimodal imaging of electroconvulsive therapy at the human system level  
9:30-10:15 Keynote Lecture: Leah Somerville  
10:30-11:45 Oral Sessions  
  Modeling & Analysis Methods II  
  Disorders of the Nervous System - Psychiatry  
  Learning and Memory  
12:00-13:30 Lunch Symposium: Siemens Healthineers

Constantly exceeding the possible. Pioneering MRI.

Constantly pioneering MRI
Joerg Uwe Steauk
Siemens Healthineers

Imaging of sleep-deprived brains
Professor Michael Chee
Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore

Neural substrates of social interaction: from hyperscanning 3T fMRI to inter-species comparisions with 7T MRI
Professor Norihiro Sadato
National Instittue for Physiological Science, Japan

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12:45-14:45 Poster Session  
14:45-16:00 Afternoon Symposia  
  Reproducibility in functional MRI: validation, improvement and future  
  Neurobiology of Exercise: What Neuroimaging tells us about the underlying Molecular Mechanisms  
  Novel multimodal approaches for precision brain stimulation  
  Modelling complex neuroimaging data: Practical approaches to longitudinal and dependent data  
16:15-17:00 Keynote Lecture: Daniel Margulies  
17:15-18:15 General Assembly & Feedback Forum  


  Thursday, June 21, 2018  
8:00-9:15 Morning Symposia  
  A spotlight on network hubs: cutting-edge analyses and clinical applications  
  Good Noise in Neural Computation  
  Mapping and Manipulating Neural Oscillations with Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation  
9:30-10:15 Keynote Lecture: Martijn van den Heuvel  
10:30-11:45 Oral Sessions  
  Imaging Methods II  
  Mapping Emotions & Social Function in the Brain  
  Perception, Attention, & Motor Behavior   
12:45-14:45 Poster Session  
14:45-16:00 Closing Comments & Meeting Highlights  
16:00-17:30 Farewell Poster Reception