Friday Seminars

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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