Stephanie Forkel and Michel Thiebaut de Schotten, from GIN team (Neurofunctional Imaging Group – IMN), organize every Monday morning a « Neuroccino », a weekly journal club.
Every Monday morning from 9:30 to 10:30am – Paris time.
Due to the Covid situation, they moved this journal club online so every one can attend and participate! Grab a coffee and an interesting paper from the last week or a historical paper and join them for a discussion of exciting science.
Join online via zoom:
Meeting ID: 974 2805 0844
The rules of the game:
- You are most welcome to join even if you don’t bring a paper or don’t like coffee
- BYO Science. Any piece of interesting science is eligible to be discuss so don’t be shy and bring anything that captured your attention and/or liking
- The more the merrier so invite your science friends, students and colleagues to join
- Value everyone’s contribution. There are no wrong questions and chances are if you didn’t understand something in a paper others will feel the same!
- Let’s share our expertise and learn from each other in a constructive environment
- We will keep a record of Neuroccino on our YouTube channel (https://youtube.com/c/ClinicalNeuroanatomySeminars) so you can catch up if you missed the session.
- Please send the references on to update our website with the papers to have a “science catalogue” for us to easily go back to later one
Not sure what to expect ?
Have a look on Youtube:
The papers they discussed so far are available on their website:
How to prepare a paper for Neuroccino
1. What’s the take-home message?
2. What did the authors do (e.g. what methods/analysis etc)?
3. Who was the study cohort (e.g. brain states/demographics/sample size etc)?
4. Why did this paper capture your attention?