Brain Mapping Seminars

Programme for the Brain Mapping Seminars

01-Dec Fani Deligianni UCL Inter-Subject Relationships of Brain Connectomes Across Modalities
13-Oct Karen Mullinger Nottingham University Simultaneous EEG-fMRI: Acquisition to application
06-Oct Dr Aidan Horner UCL Episodic memory, the hippocampus and pattern completion
29-Sep George Zacharopoulos Cardiff University CSF Presentation: Neural Mechanisms of Foraging: A social-cognitive experiment
29-Sep Tom Lancaster, Lisa Brindley Cardiff University Introduction to the 100 Brains genetic neuroimaging study
01-Sep Dr Tanya Evans Stanford University Intact Language Networks Support The Acquisition of Both Skilled Reading and Arithmetic
24-Jul Dr Ido Tavor Tel Aviv University Investigating short-term learning induced structural brain plasticity using diffusion MRI
16-Jun Helen Morgan Bangor University Brain mechanisms underlying cognitive control in working memory and decision-making
02-Jun Fred Wilson Pharmaceutical industry consultant The role of neuroimaging in reducing attrition in early CNS drug development
28-Apr Guy Williams Cambridge University Real-time fMRI in the Disorders of Consciousness patients
14-Apr Duncan McClaughlan Cardiff University CSF Presentation: Objective assessment of the neuropsychiatric symptoms in Huntington’s disease
07-Apr Flavia Niccolini Imperial College, London The role of phosphodiesterase 10A (PDE-10A) in early premanifest Huntington’s disease gene carriers
31-Mar Sue Francis Nottingham University Arterial spin labelling measures at ultra high field: developments and applications
24-Mar Dr M Misterioso & Dr I Silico Cardiff University Important news about the current CUBRIC and CUBRIC in the future
17-Mar Dr Rachel Thornton UCL EEG-fMRI: Imaging the Epileptic Network
10-Mar – CANCELLED Guido Orgs Brunel University Embodied Perception of Human Movement
3-Mar Charlie Stagg FMRIB, Oxford University The role of GABA in human motor plasticity
24-Feb Ian Driver Cardiff University Studying the haemodynamics underlying the BOLD signal
17-Feb Joe Whittaker Cardiff University Dynamic Causal Modelling for fMRI: exploring model space
3-Feb Leun J Otten UCL Getting ready to remember: individual differences in encoding-related and retrieval-related anticipatory brain activity
27-Jan James Rowe University of Cambridge MEG evidence of network reorganisation in the Pick’s disease complex