Brain Mapping Seminars

Seminars are held every Monday in term time at 12.10pm.

Generally, they will be held in the Hadyn Ellis Lecture Theatre.

If stated otherwise, they will be in the CUBRIC Top Floor Seminar Room.

 Date  Location  Speaker  Institution  Talk Title
26-Sep-2016 CUBRIC  Claudia Wheeler-Kingshot  UCL ZOOM or not-ZOOM? Tricks with MRI for imaging small areas
3-Oct-2016 Hadyn Ellis  Umesh Rudrapatna  Cardiff (previously Yale) Magnetic field shaping with DIY gradient and shim hardware: What can it do for MR imaging?
10-Oct-2016 CUBRIC  Harald Mueller  MPI Leipzig Investigation of brain function by high-resolution mapping of cerebral blood volume and flow
17-Oct-2016 CUBRIC SR1  Sjoerd Vos UCL MR imaging and image processing in epilepsy treatment planning
24-Oct-2016 Hadyn Ellis  Leandro Belatrachini  Cardiff University Forward and inverse problems in neuroimaging: the cases of EEG and diffusion MRI
31-Oct-2016 CUBRIC  Chantal Tax  Cardiff University  Characterizing the sheet-like organization of the white matter with diffusion MRI
7-Nov-2016 CUBRIC  Paul Mullins  Bangor University Bringing the Mountain to the Magnet: Cerebral correlates of acute mountain sickness from simulated altitude exposure through prolonged Hypoxia
14-Nov-2016 Hadyn Ellis  Gareth Barnes  UCL Moving towards wearable functional and structural imaging systems
21-Nov-2016 Hadyn Ellis  Dan Gallichan Cardiff University Imaging the brain at ultra-high resolution using 3D-FatNavs for motion-correction
28-Nov-2016 Hadyn Ellis  Holly Rossiter  Cardiff University Sensorimotor oscillations in health and disease
5-Dec-2016 Hadyn Ellis  Ross Vanderwert  Cardiff University Development in mirroring systems: the role of experience and expertise
23-Jan-2017 Hadyn Ellis  James Kolasinski  Cardiff University  Details to follow
30-Jan-2017 Hadyn Ellis  Richard Morey  Cardiff University  Organising your research: A hands-on introduction to free open science tools
6-Feb-2017 Hadyn Ellis  Gordon Feld  UCL  Neurochemical mechanisms of sleep’s beneficial effect on memory processes
13-Feb-2017 Hadyn Ellis  Details to follow Details to follow Details to follow
20-Feb-2017 CUBRIC Details to follow Details to follow Details to follow
27-Feb-2017 Hadyn Ellis Details to follow Details to follow Details to follow
6-Mar-2017 Hadyn Ellis  John Spencer  University of East Anglia  Details to follow
13-Mar-2017 CUBRIC  Simon Hanslmayr  University of Birmingham  Details to follow
20-Mar-2017 Hadyn Ellis Micah Allen UCL Details to follow
27-Mar-2017 Hadyn Ellis  Details to follow Details to follow Details to follow
3-April-2017 Hadyn Ellis Details to follow Details to follow Details to follow