Brainmap seminar speakers 2011-12

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2011-09-07

Gael Varoquaux (NeuroSpin, CEA, France)
Learning and comparing multi-subject models of brain functional connectivity

2011-09-14

Dost Ongur (McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School)
Novel MRS approaches to probe white matter abnormalities in schizophrenia

2011-09-21

Canceled

2011-09-28

Eric Klawiter (MGH Martinos Center)
Imaging Correlates of Cognitive Dysfunction in MS

2011-10-05

Mark Slifstein (Columbia University, NY)
The Occupancy Study in PET imaging: From the simple to the not-so-simple

2011-10-12

Peter Caravan (MGH Martinos Center)
Thrombosis, Fibrosis, and the B0 Shuffle

2011-10-19

Jacob M Hooker (MGH Martinos Center)
Visualization of Chromatin-modifying Enzymes with Positron Emission Tomography

2011-10-26

Alan Jasanoff (MIT)
Functional molecular imaging in the brain

2011-11-02

Todd Constable (Yale University)
The Promise and Challenge of Voxel Based Measures of Intrinsic Connectivity

2011-11-09

Rick Hoge (Universite de Montreal, Canada)
Magnetic resonance imaging of vascular and metabolic function in human brain

2011-11-16

Christophe Grova (McGill University, Canada)
Multimodal analysis of epileptic activity: insights from electrophyiology and hemodynamic measurements

2011-11-23

Thanksgiving

2011-11-30

Anne J Blood (MGH Martinos Center)
Understanding the puzzle of motor control: A systems level approach

2011-12-07

Yaoda Xu (Harvard University)
TITLE

2011-12-14

Seth Smith (Vanderbilt University)
Throwing the Box at it: Addressing the clinico-radiological paradox through advanced, quantitative MRI of small CNS structures

2012-01-18

Jorge Sepulcre (Harvard University)
Large-Scale Functional Connectome of the Modal Brain

2012-01-25

Margaret Livingstone (Harvard University)
How do we acquire functional modules and what are they good for?

2012-02-01

Ciprian Catana (MGH Martinos Center)
When one plus one equals more than two – simultaneous MR-PET imaging of the brain

2012-02-08

Eng H. Lo (Harvard University)
Neurovascular mechanisms of injury and repair after stroke

2012-02-15

Garth Beache (University of Louisville)
Imaging Signaling Pathways in the Insulin Cardiometabolism Syndrome: Mechanics-Vascular Coupling

2012-02-22

Ed Boyden (MIT McGovern Institute)
Optogenetics, Robotic Neural Recording, and Other Neuroscience Tools

2012-02-29

Keith Johnson (MGH)
Molecular, structural and functional imaging in preclinical Alzheimer's disease

2012-03-07

CANCELLED

2012-03-14

Marjanska Malgorzata (CMRR, University of Minnesota)
Hyperpolarized 13C Spectroscopy in Rat Brain at 9.4 T and Localized 1H Spectroscopy in Human Brain at 7 T

2012-03-21

David Alsop (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)
Advanced Techniques and Applications of Perfusion MRI

2012-03-28

Gitte Knudsen (University of Copenhagen/MGH Martinos Center)
Molecular Brain Imaging of the Serotonergic Transmitter System

2012-04-04

Kawin Setsompop (MGH Martinos Center)
Efficient Diffusion Imaging Acquisition

2012-04-11

Michael Esterman (Boston University)
In the zone or zoning out? Tracking behavioral and neural fluctuations during sustained attention

2012-04-18

Dylan Tisdall (MGH Martinos Center)
Quantifying the Connectome Scanner

2012-04-25

Vitaly Napadow (MGH Martinos Center)
Neuroimaging markers for chronic pain disorders – objective outcomes for evaluating acupuncture therapy

2012-05-02

Jason Bohland (Boston University)
Data-driven studies of large-scale molecular and circuit architecture of the brain

2012-05-16

Daniel Gochberg (Vanderbilt University)
CERT vs. CEST: a New Approach to Imaging Amide Exchange

2012-05-23

Darin Dougherty (MGH)
Neurotherapeutic Interventions in Psychiatry


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