Friday Seminars

Autumn 2021


September 3rd: Aging white matter: decline, maintenance, and plasticity

Dr Aga Burzynska, Colorado State University

3pm Friday 3rd September 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

September 10th: Reproducible neuroimaging data analysis

Prof Russ Poldrack, Stanford University

3pm Friday 10th September 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

October 8th: Advances in real-time fMRI neurofeedback – From big data to individualized clinical applications

Dr Amelie Haugg, University of Zurich

11am Friday 8th October 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

October 22nd: Investigating the Role of Early Dual Language Experience on Functional Brain Systems supporting Learning Abilities

Dr Edith Brignoni Pérez, Stanford University

5pm Friday 22nd October 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

Summer 2021


May 7th: Brain network reorganization following bilateral perinatal strokes

Dr Timothy Laumann, Washington University in St Louis

3pm Friday 7th May 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

May 14th: Cognitive influences on speech intelligibility in people with normal and impaired hearing

Dr Emma Holmes, UCL

11am Friday 14th May 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

May 28th: Silent MRI – current progress in applying and optimising silent neuroimaging techniques

Nikou Damestani, Dr Emil Ljungberg, & Dr Tobias Wood

11am Friday 28th May 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

June 11th: Non-invasive MRI techniques to probe brain clearance physiology

Professor Matthias van Osch, Leiden University

11am Friday 11th June 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

June 18th: Stimulating at the right time

Dr Hayriye Cagnan, Oxford University

11am Friday 18th June 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

June 25th: Lucid dreaming: An update on recent findings

Dr Benjamin Baird, University of Wisconsin- Madison

3pm Friday 25th June 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

July 9th: Sexual orientation-related brain structure & mental health disparities: An investigation of over 18,000 individuals from the UK Biobank 

Dr Christoph Abé, Karolinska Institutet

11am Friday 9th July 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

July 16th: The Neuroscience of Stress Reduction Interventions: Implications for Health

Dr Janine Dutcher, Carnegie Mellon University

3pm Friday 16th July 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

July 25th: Investigating neural body representation in people with persistent pain from exteroceptive (outside the body) and interoceptive (inside the body) signal processing.  A report in three parts on progress so far.  

Dr Carolyn Berryman, University of Adelaide

11am Friday 25th July 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

July 30th: The Benefits of fMRI at “Zero” Echo Time 

Martin MacKinnon, University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University

3pm Friday 30th July 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

Spring 2021


January 22nd: Is transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS) a potential therapy for chronic pain?

Dr Donna Lloyd , University of Leeds

11am Friday 22nd January 2021, Microsoft TEAMS.

January 29th: Stimulating social cognition

Dr Andrew Martin, University of Kent

11am Friday 29th January 2021, Microsoft TEAMS.

February 5th: Brain asymmetry in the interaction of perception, learning, reasoning, and action

Dr Matt Roser, University of Plymouth

11am Friday 5th February 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

February 12th: Mapping neurocognitive plasticity: Evidence from multimodal imaging studies

Professor Hana Burianová, Bournemouth University

11am Friday 12th February 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

February 19th: Understanding Sleep’s Role in Cognition and Mental Health

Dr Scott Cairney, University of York

11am Friday 19th February 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

February 26th: Bitbox – (neuro)imaging data transfer system

Rubaida Easmin & Dr Giovanna Nordio, King’s College London

11am Friday 26th February 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

March 5th: Context-dependent sensory processing in the mouse visual system

Dr Umberto Olcese, University of Amsterdam

11am Friday 5th March 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

March 19th: Characterising the cortex: Developing novel measures of brain morphology to better understand the human brain

Dr Christopher Madan, University of Nottingham

11am Friday 19th March 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

March 26th: Moving to the beat: Neural mechanisms of rhythm perception

Dr Jessica Grahn, Western University

3pm Friday 26th March 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

April 9th: Brain Organisation in Developmental Language Disorder

Dr Saloni Krishnan, Royal Holloway University

11am Friday 9th April 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

April 23rd: Development and Application of PET Imaging Methods and Infrastructure for Dementia Research

Professor Franklin Aigbirhio, University of Cambridge

11am Friday 23rd April 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

April 30th: CODED BIAS – discussion about racial and gender biases in AI

D&I event

11am Friday 30th April 2021, Microsoft TEAMS

Winter 2020


November 20th: Understanding the content and experience of episodic memory

Professor Alex Easton, Durham University

11am Friday 20th November 2020. Microsoft TEAMS.

November 27th: Understanding visual hallucinations

Dr Daniel Collerton, Newcastle University

11am Friday 27th November 2020. Microsoft TEAMS.

December 4th: Myelin Water Imaging: From Development to Applications in Cognition and Clinical Trials

Dr Shannon Kolind, The University of British Columbia

3pm Friday 4th December 2020. Microsoft TEAMS.

December 11th: The social brain: norms, beliefs, and implications for computational psychiatry  

Dr Xiaosi Gu, Icahn School of Medicine

3pm Friday 11th December 2020. Microsoft TEAMS.

Spring 2020


July 3rd: Decision making in the mist of consciousness

Dr Tristan Bekinschtein, Cambridge University

11am-12 Friday 3rd of July 2020. Microsoft TEAMS

June 26th: Salty treat – Sodium MRI

Professor Claudia A.M. Gandini Wheeler Kingshott, UCL

11am-12 Friday 26th of June 2020. Microsoft TEAMS

June 19th: Investigating recurrent processing and consciousness with open science methods

Dr Christopher Allen, Cardiff University

11am-12 Friday 19th of June 2020. Microsoft TEAMS

June 5th: MRI Methods for Crossing Scales in Neuroscience

Professor Karla Miller, Oxford University

11am-12 Friday 5th of June 2020. Microsoft TEAMS

May 22nd: MRI provides translational biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease

Professor Alexandra Badea, Duke University Medical Centre

11am-12 Friday 22nd of May 2020. Microsoft TEAMS

March 27th: Imaging whole human post-mortem brains at ultra-high field: quantifying the post-mortem ALS brain

Dr. Ben Tendler, University of Oxford

11am-12 Thursday 27th of March 2020. TEAMS

March 19th: CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19, TO BE RESCHEDULED

Professor Alexandra Badea, Duke University

11am-12 Thursday 19th of March 2020. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

March 13th: – CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19, TO BE RESCHEDULED

Professor Claudia Weeler-Kingshott, UCL

11am-12 Friday 13th of March 2020. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

February 14th: “Pain pain go away, come again another day”

Dr Jon Brooks, University of Bristol

11am-12 Friday 14th of February 2020. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

January 31st: “Neuroimaging markers of chronic pain: targets for translation

 Dr Andrew Segerdahl, Oxford University

11am-12 Friday 31st of January 2020. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

January 17th: “The functional anatomy of instruction based learning and it’s impairment in early-mid stage Parkinson’s Disease”

Dr Adam Hampshire, Imperial

11am-12 Friday 17th of January 2020. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

Autumn 2019


September 6th: Multimodal imaging of the developing brain: From ultrahigh field to ultrahigh gradients

Dr Erika Raven, Cardiff University Research Imaging Centre

11am-12 Friday 6th of September 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

October 4th: Assessing hippocampal-prefrontal dysconnectivity and the wider role of interneuron dysfunction in schizophrenia using M/EEG

Dr Rick Adams, UCL

11am-12 Friday 4th of October 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

October 11th: Altered electromagnetic tissue properties in focal cortical dysplasia

Dr Sara Lorio, KCL

11am-12 Friday 11th of October 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

October 17th: Advanced physiological MRI of glioma

Dr ir. A. H. Esther Warnert, Erasmus MC (Rotterdam)

11am-12 Friday 17th of October 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

October 25th: Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Oxford Parkinson’s Disease Centre (OPDC) Discovery Cohort

Dr Ludovica Griffanti, Oxford

11am-12 Friday 25th of October 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

November 8th: Drug fingerprinting of fMRI networks using a novel multimodal approach enriched by PET imaging

Dr. Ottavia Dipasquale, KCL

11am-12 Friday 8th of November 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

November 15th: What can MRI brain imaging tell us about schizophrenia?

Dr Sarah Morgan, Cambridge University

11am-12 Friday 15th of November 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

November 22nd:  Using vision to understand dementia in Parkinson’s disease

Dr Rimona Weil, UCL

11am-12 Friday 22nd of November 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

November 29th: Moving magnetoencephalography towards real-world applications with a wearable system

Professor Richard Bowtell, University of Nottingham

11am-12 Friday 29th of November 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

December 6th: Chasing brain functional microstructure: a recipe with bucatini

Dr Matteo Mancini, UCL

11am-12 Friday 6th of December 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

Rescheduled: TBC

Professor Geoff Parker, Manchester

RESCHEDULED Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.

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