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location: MriPhysicsAndAnalysisForCognitiveNeuroscientists

MRI Physics and Analysis for Cognitive Neuroscientists

The aim is an informal group with a mix of discussions on:

  • new acquisition and analysis techniques
  • interesting papers or posters
  • proposed or completed studies using new methods
  • test

It is hoped those leading discussions on physics, analysis methods or cognitive neuroscience keep them accessible to as many people attending as possible.

If you would like to participate by giving a talk in one of these forums please email or call Rhodri Cusack.

Talks will be advertised here: http://www.talks.cam.ac.uk/show/index/20874 If you would like to feed them directly into your diary application (Google Calendar, iPhone, Outlook etc) add this calendar: webcal://www.talks.cam.ac.uk/show/ics/20874

Potential future topics:

  • Useful software from our labs/ best practice in programming?
  • Quantitative analysis of anatomy?
  • Representational Similarity Analysis?
  • Alternatives to BOLD for fMRI?

If you have a suggestion please let me know.

In reverse date order...

Ageing Neuroscience Day (Friday June 18, CBU Lecture Theatre)

These talks either focus on ageing, or present methods that are relevant to the study of ageing.

Presentations should be 15-20 minutes, to leave time for 10-15 mins discussion.

9.35

Rhodri Cusack

CBU

Introduction- Ageing Neuroscience Methods and the Cam-Can project

9.45

Jonathan Peelle

CBU

Measuring age-related cortical change using voxel-based morphometry

10.15

[coffee]

outside lecture theatre - buy sandwich for lunch

10.30

Guillaume Auzias

Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Information et des Systèmes, Marseille

DISCO: a coherent framework for brain registration under sulcal constraints

11.00

Rik Henson

CBU

Modelling effect of age on brain-behaviour relations slides

11.30

Joao Pereira

DMS, Neurology Unit

New developments in morphometry in dementia

12.00

[break for lunch]

12.45

Julio Acosta-Cabronero

DMS, Neurology Unit

DTI in dementia

13.15

Marta Correia

CBU

An overview of DTI methods in Ageing

13.45

David Meunier

CSLB

Age-related changes in modular organization of human brain functional networks

14.15

[coffee]

outside lecture theatre

14.30

Rhodri Cusack

CBU

The effect of draining veins on the BOLD signal

15.00

Stefan Hetzer

CBU

Cerebral Perfusion Changes over Time detected by Arterial Spin Labeling

15.30

Patrick Rabbitt

Oxford

Decomposing effects of gross brain changes on cognitive abilities slides

16.00

[close]

Diffusion Imaging Day (Friday Dec 4, CBU Lecture Theatre)

9.30

Marta Correia

Diffusion Tensor Imaging: from deterministic to probabilistic modelling slides

10.00

Emmanuel Stamatakis

Comparison of white matter indices in healthy ageing

10.30

[coffee]

outside lecture theatre - buy sandwich 10.30-10.40

11.00

Eleftherios Garyfallidis

Developing dMRI software: fos and dipy

11.30

John Griffiths

Structural connectivity in the neural language system: dorsal and ventral pathways are critical for syntax

12.00

Mirjana Bozic

Dorsal & ventral language pathways

12.30

[lunch]

coffee will be provided 1-1.30

1.30

Ian Nimmo-Smith

Voxel level modeling of the dMRI signal

2.00

Virginia Newcombe

Regional pathophysiology, tissue fate and outcome in traumatic brain injury; insights from diffusion tensor imaging

2.30

Discussion of protocols

Decide upon new default DTI protocol

Real-time fMRI day (Monday 23 Nov, CBU Lecture Theatre)

9.30

Guy Williams

10.00

Martin Monti

Speak to me: communicating thoughts with real-time fMRI

10.30

[coffee]

11.00

Rhodri Cusack

Using our open-source real-time system for DAI and other applications

11.30

Jessica Grahn

Using real-time fMRI for neurofeedback: Initial attempts

MVPA day (Monday 26 Oct)

A special, one-off longer session to discuss MVPA (multi-voxel pattern analysis).

Presentations should be 15-20 mins long.

9.30 am

Alex Woolgar slides

10.00 am

Apoorva Bhandari slides

10.30 am-11.30 am

coffee break

11.00 am

Russell Thompson

11.30 am

Annika Linke slides

12.00 pm

Johan Carlin slides

12.30 pm -1.30pm

lunch

1.30 pm-2.00pm

Alejandro Vicente-Grabovetsky slides

2.00 pm-2.30pm

Rhodri Cusack slides

2.30 pm-3.00pm

Niko Kriegeskorte slides