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Date(s) - 27/09/2017
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Auditorium, The Royal




This 8 part seminar series is open to graduate students, undergraduate students, residents, researchers, clinicians and research volunteers. Registration and attendance for all seminars is not required, however, a certificate of completion will be provided to those individuals who attend 6 of 8 seminars. Seminars will be held monthly from September to April. There is no cost to attend these seminars.

Session 1 – Structural MRI: An Introduction

This seminar will cover:

•      how to obtain a structural image using MRI

•      the relationship between imaging factors and basic neuroanatomy

•      strengths, limitations, and applications of common neuroimaging approaches


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Additional topics for this series include:

·         How to design an MRI study

·         MRI analysis and advances in MRI research

·         New functional neuroimaging techniques

·         Understanding consciousness through imaging the brain at rest

·         PET imaging applied to healthy and patient populations

·         New approaches to imaging using EEG

·         The best of both worlds? Simultaneous EEG-fMRI