OHBM mini conference: Multiscale, Multimethod Human Brain Mapping
(part of FENS Forum 2020)
Saturday, July 11, 2020 | 8.00-11.30 British summer time (GMT+1)
Registration Fee: None!
The mini conference will explore multiple levels of structural and functional organization, across multi-scale networks in human, monkey and rodent brains. Speakers will range in expertise from neuronal and subneuronal microcircuitry, up to macroscale regional organization relevant for system-level approaches to understanding brain processes. The aim is to provide participants with state of the art neuroscience methodologies and theories, taking a multidisciplinary approach to data that bridges the gap between different levels of brain organization, including neuronal, high-field (7T) human brain imaging and behavioural measures, and computational modeling and network simulations. Speakers will describe their contribution to overarching goals of multi-scale, multi-method neuroscience, from advancing knowledge of human cognition to disease-related alterations.
Contact Lars Muckli (email@example.com) or Lucy Petro (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
08:00am-08:05am – Welcome remarks of the host Lars Muckli (University of Glasgow)
08:05am-08:30am - Uri Hasson (Princeton University) Hierarchical process memory: memory as an integral component of information processing
08:30am-08:55am - Marios Philiastides (University of Glasgow) Inferring macroscale network dynamics via EEG-fMRI fusion
08:55am-09:20am - Rainer Goebel (Maastricht University) Mesoscale Ultra-High Field Functional MRI In The Human Brain
09:20am-09:35am - Break
09:35am-10:00am - Andrew Morgan (University of Glasgow) Investigating contextual processing with high-resolution fMRI
10:00am-10:25am - Matthew Larkum (Humboldt University of Berlin) Human cortical neurons: XOR and much more
10:25am-10:50am - Matthew Self (Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience) Benchmarking Laminar fMRI
10:50am-11:00am - Break
11:00am-11:30am - Live Q&A / panel discussion
* The OHBM Mini Conference is hosted as part of the FENS Forum 2020, to be held virtually from 11-15 of July 2020. For more information about the FENS Forum 2020 please visit: https://forum2020.fens.org/