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Introduction to Neuroimaging Methods

We are offering two weeks of introductory workshops and lectures on (f)MRI and EEG/MEG analysis as well as brain stimulation in the first two weeks of April 2019. Our workshops are free and open to junior researchers (master's and PhD students and post-doctoral researchers) from Cambridge.

Workshops will take place at the CBU in the West Wing Seminar Room. External attendees please report to reception. Details will be announced before individual events via our skillstraining mailing list. To subscribe, please send an e-mail to .

Our workshops are targeted at master’s/PhD students and post-doctoral researchers from the Cambridge cognitive neuroscience community.

The workshops are free and open to everyone. However, we have a limited number of spaces. If we reach our limit, priority will be given to students and junior post-doctoral researchers in cognitive neuroscience programmes.

We expect attendees to have basic skills in scientific computing and programming, e.g. at the level taught in our previous workshops. It might help to refresh your memories a little bit.

Look here for other training opportunities in and around Cambridge.

For more information, including short descriptions of the workshops with suggestions for introductory reading, please look at the schedule of our upcoming workshops:

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Please contact OlafHauk with questions and feedback.

Lecture and Workshop materials will be posted here:

MRI Physics I
Marta Correia slides

MRI Physics II
Marta Correia slides

fMRI II – GLM and experimental design
Johan Carlin slides, workshop

Introduction to diffusion MRI
Marta Correia

Multivariate neuroimaging analysis: Theory
Ian Charest, Tim Kietzmann

MRI lab tour and demo
Marta Correia, Marius Mada

fMRI I – Preprocessing
Johan Carlin slides, workshop

fMRI III – Group analysis and statistical inference
Johan Carlin slides, workshop

Graph Theory
Sarah Morgan

Multivariate neuroimaging analysis: Workshop
Ian Charest, Tim Kietzmann, Johan Carlin workshop

Some physics you might find useful
Olaf Hauk PDF

EEG/MEG I – Pre-processing

EEG/MEG III – Time-frequency and functional connectivity

Brain Stimulation
Benedikt Zoefel PDF

Brain connectivity
Rik Henson

EEG/MEG lab tour and demo
Olaf Hauk, Clare Cook Wiki

EEG/MEG II – Source Estimation

Multimodal Imaging
Rik Henso PDF

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