Brainmap seminar speakers 2013-14

Seminars are usually held on Wednesdays at noon in seminar room CNY2204, MGH building 149. Exceptions to the day, time and/or room are noted. Notification will be made for any changes in the schedule.

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2013-09-11

Thomas Nichols (University of Warwick, UK)
Sensitive and interpretable modelling of neuroimaging meta-analysis data

2013-09-18

Blaise Frederick (McLean Hospital)
Extracting quantitative cerebral hemodynamic measures and removing physiological noise from BOLD fMRI data using time delay processing

2013-09-27 (Fri, 1-2PM)

Jaakko Nieminen (Aalto University, Finland)
Hybrid ultra-low-field MRI and MEG: brain imaging and more with a multichannel instrument

2013-10-02

Nicolas Bolo (Beth Israel Medical Center)
Diabetes and the Brain: What Magnetic Resonance Studies Tell Us

2013-10-09

Javeria Hashmi (MGH Martinos Center)
Predictive Dynamics in Brain Networks of Chronic Pain Patients

2013-10-16

Kwanghun Chung (MIT)
CLARITY and beyond: towards integrative understanding of the brain in health and disease.

2013-10-23

Ruth Rosenholtz (MIT)
Rethinking the roles of selective attention and economical encoding in vision.

2013-10-30

Alan Anticevic (Yale University)
Connectivity, Pharmacology and Computation: Towards a Mechanistic Understanding Cognitive and Connectivity Deficits in Schizophrenia

2013-11-06

CANCELLED

2013-11-08 (Fri,11 AM)

Serge Dumoulin (Utrecht University, the Netherlands)
Three analyses of visual cortex: numerosity maps, attentional distortions and laminar profiles

2013-11-11 (Mon,11 AM)

Richard Passingham (Oxford University, UK)
Can brain imaging contribute to psychology?

2013-11-13

CANCELLED

2013-11-20

Kay Tye (MIT)
Dissecting neural circuits underlying behaviors relevant to psychiatric disease in animal models

2013-11-27

THANKSGIVING

2013-12-04

Marta Bianciardi (MGH Martinos Center)
Echo-planar imaging of cerebral physiology and metabolism at 7 Tesla

2013-12-11

Nikola Stikov (McGill University)
In vivo magnetic resonance imaging of the myelin g-ratio

2013-12-18

Earl Miller (MIT)
TBA (Topic: ECoG)

2013-12-25

CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR

2014-01-01

CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR

2014-01-08

Fahmeed Hyder (Yale University)
Energetic Footprint of Cortical Function

2014-01-15

Emad Eskander (CANCELLED) (MGH)
Basal Ganglia: Learning & Motivation

2014-01-22

Richard Born (Harvard University)
Anatomical, Physiological and Computational Studies of Cortico-cortical Feedback

2014-01-29

Dara Manoach (MGH Martinos Center)
Abnormal sleep in schizophrenia: A novel target for improving cognition?

2014-02-05

CANCELLED

2014-02-12

Anastasia Yendiki (MGH Martinos Center)
Spurious findings due to head motion, and other exciting news for diffusion MRI group studies

2014-02-19

Swathi Kiran (Boston University and MGH)
Changes in task based effective connectivity following rehabilitation in individuals with post-stroke aphasia

2014-02-26

Patrick Purdon (CANCELLED) (MGH)
TBA (Topic: Anesthesia and EEG)

2014-03-19

Stephanie Jones (Brown University)
Human Neocortical Rhythms: From Mechanism to Meaning via Computational Neural Modeling

2014-03-26

Michael Garwood (CMRR, University of Minnesota)
Far Out Experiments in MRI using FM pulses

2014-04-02

Alan Jasanoff (MIT)
TBA

2014-04-09

Satu Palva (University of Helsinki)
TBA

2014-04-09

Clifford Woolf (Boston Children's Hospital)
Exploiting stem cell technology to model human neurological disease

2014-04-30

Nathan McDannold (Brigham and Women's Hospital)
Enabling targeted drug delivery in the brain via ultrasound-induced blood-brain barrier disruption

2014-04-09

Andre Bastos (MIT)
TBD

2014-04-09

Leah Somerville (Harvard)
TBD


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