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Séminaires CAJAL « Whole brain imaging »

Lecture program

Free access / Venue: CGFB


Wednesday, September 11th – 9:00
Jean-Michel FRANCONI
MR image formation

Thursday, September 12th – 9:00
Russ POLDRACK
Task-related fMRI

Friday, September 13th – 9:00
Tim DYRBY
White matter architecture

Monday, September 16th – 9:00
Fabrice CRIVELLO
Structural brain MRI

Wednesday, September 18th – 9:00
Urs RIBARY
EEG-MEG connectivity dynamics

Wednesday, September 18th – 11:00
Mickaël TANTER
Functional ultrasound

Thursday, September 19th – 9:00
Arno VILLRINGER
Infrared imaging

Monday, September 23rd – 9:00
Gitte KNUDSEN
NeuroPET

Tuesday, September 24th – 9:00
Sven CICHON
Neuroimaging and omics

Tuesday, September 24th – 11:45
Christophe TZOURIO
Imaging markers for neuro-epidemiology

Wednesday September 25th – 9:00
Roundtable :
Katrin AMUNTS, Gwenaëlle DOUAUD & Arthur TOGA
Databasing, sharing and meta-analysing

Thursday, September 26th – 9:00
Laura HARSAN
Preclinical imaging

Thursday, September 26th – 11:00
Roundtable :
Stéphanie DEBETTE & Kathinka EVERS
Brain imaging ethics

 

 

About the course

The CAJAL course in Whole Brain Imaging is an intensive three-week course that will carry participants through the theory and practice of advanced methods for investigating brain structure-function relationships at the organ level. The course will balance lectures from world-acknowledged neuroimaging experts to experimental demonstrations and hands-on laboratory work in small groups. Participants will be introduced to a wide spectrum of techniques, from microscopic post-mortem brain cyto- and myelo-architectony to macroscopic in vivo 3D-imaging using magnetic resonance, functional ultrasound, near-infrared spectroscopy, electromagnetic waves, and gamma-ray emission tomography. Issues associated with whole brain neuroimaging multimodality and data-sharing will also be addressed. During the course, each participant will be given the opportunity to acquire and analyze whole-brain neuroimaging data in both preclinical and clinical environments.

Course director

Katrin Amunts
Jülich Research Centre
Germany

 

 

Co-directors

Bernard Mazoyer
CNRS
Neurodegeneratives Diseases Institute
UMR 5293
University of Bordeaux
France

 

Sylvain Miraux
CNRS – RMSB
UMR 5536
University of Bordeaux
France

 

 

15/09/19