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: TBD
Professor Harish Poptani, Institute of Translational Medicine, University of Liverpool
10–11 am Friday 7th of June 2019. CNS 3.11A/B.