January 23: Unraveling neurological mysteries using myelin-specific imaging in the brain and spinal cord
Lisa Eunyoung Lee & Dr Shannon Kolind, Centre for Brain Health, University of British Columbia
2pm-3pm Wednesday 23rd of January 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B. (Note time/day change!)
February 1: Optimising MRI Susceptibility Mapping – Acquisition and Processing in the Brain and Beyond
Dr Karin Shmueli, Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, University College London
10am-11am Friday 1st of February 2019. IoPPN Main Building 1st Floor Boardroom.
February 8: Imaging the Changing Brain – Plasticity of Primary Somatosensory Cortex
Dr Laura Parkes, Division of Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology, University of Manchester
10am-11am Friday 8th of February 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.
February 15: Rusting with Age
Dr Po-Wah So, Department of Neuroimaging, King’s College London
10am-11am Friday 15th of February 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.
February 22: Imaging Studies of Depression and Depression Risk
Dr Heather Whalley, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences, University of Edinburgh
10–11 am Friday 22nd of February 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B.
March 1: Look inside the womb – imaging unborn baby with MRI
Dr Maria Deprez, Department of Perinatal Imaging and Health, King’s College London
3pm-4pm Friday 1st of March 2019. Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences 3.11A/B. (Note time change!)
CANCELLED – to be rescheduled
March 8: Neurocomputational basis of social learning and decision-making
Dr Patricia Lockwood, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
10am–11am Friday 8th of March 2019. CNS 3.11A/B.
March 22: Integrating image analysis strategies into MR reconstruction (Diffusion MRI & Functional MRI)
Dr Wenchuan Wu, Dr Mark Chiew and Professor Karla Miller, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford
10–11 am Friday 22nd of March 2019. CNS 3.11A/B.
March 29: A systematic investigation and meta-analysis of the effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on episodic memory
Angela Medvedeva, Department of Psychology, Kingston University
10–11am Friday 29th of March 2019. CNS 3.11A/B.
April 4: Trajectories and milestones of cortical and subcortical development of the marmoset brain from infancy to adulthood
Dr Stephen Sawiak, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Cambridge University
2-3pm. Thursday 4th of April 2019. CNS 3.11A/B. (Please note day & time change!)
April 12: Cortical Cartography: Characterising the peaks and valleys of the cerebral cortex
Dr Christopher Madan, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham
10–11 am Friday 12th of April 2019. CNS 3.11A/B.
April 26: Mapping oxygen extraction in the brain by quantifying the BOLD effect
Dr Nicholas Blockley, School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham
10–11 am Friday 26th of April 2019. CNS 3.11A/B.
June 7: Multimodal imaging for assessing the tumor microenvironment and early treatment response in rodent models of brain tumor
Professor Harish Poptani, Institute of Translational Medicine, University of Liverpool
10–11 am Friday 7th of June 2019. CNS 3.11A/B.
July 19th: Intranasal oxytocin and brain activity in psychiatry: An examination of body dysmorphic disorder.
Dr Sally Grace, Cognition and Emotion Research Centre, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia; & Centre for Mental Health, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
11:30 – 12:30 am Friday 19th of July 2019. IoPPN SEMINAR ROOM 11 .