NEUROIMAGING PROJECTS IN LATIN AMERICA
Latin America (LATAM) is a region formed by countries and territories united by romance languages and a similarly complicated history of colonization by Spain, Portugal and France. LATAM spans from Mexico in North America to Central and South America, as well as countries in the Caribbean like Cuba. Most countries in LATAM are considered as developing: Their academic and research funding is usually lower than developed countries, and 3 Tesla MRI scanners are usually found in hospitals and shared by researchers and clinicians, a situation that is always challenging. Read more.
Elizabeth DuPre (Lead Editor)
While many of us had hope that 2021 would be back to "business as usual," it instead offered a chance to re-evaluate our relationship to one another and to the larger systems we find ourselves in. The OHBM Blog, too, often took a reflective tone, with posts on the ongoing work from the brain mapping community as well as the past, present, and future of how we communicate these efforts. Read more.
BEHIND THE SCENES: PLANNING FOR POSTER BARS AND HAND SANITIZER
As we approach the deadline for OHBM2022 abstract and symposia submissions, we are eagerly preparing for our first hybrid meeting this June. The Virtual Integration Taskforce (VITF) has released a few teasers about their plans for what we hope to be the best ever virtual poster experience at OHBM or any conference. And the OHBM Council and Executive Office have just announced comprehensive COVID-19 protocols to make the in-person component a safe and enjoyable experience. Read more.