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The first Neuroimaging Colloquium will focus on diffusion MR imaging — a magnetic resonance imaging technique used to study brain tissue design, especially white tracts, in both normal and diseased states. Throughout the academic year, the Simons Foundation Lectures’ Neuroimaging Colloquia will feature a variety of neuroimaging topics, from magnetic resonance spectrometry to transcranial magnetic stimulation.
12:30PM Colloquium convenes
12:30-12:35 David Heeger: Introduction to the colloquium and speakers
12:35-2:05 Karla Miller: DTI image acquisition
2:20-2:50 Break with refreshments
2:50-4:20 Brian Wandell: DTI analysis and tractography
4:35-5:05 Stephen Smith: Human Connectome Project
5:15-5:30 Gerry Fischbach: Summary
The Neuroimaging Colloquia provide a venue for presenting and discussing the latest technical approaches, methods and algorithms in neuroimaging. The colloquia are intended to inform and engage those interested in understanding and applying these techniques. Attendees will include New York City area faculty, post-doctoral and clinical fellows, students and technical staff. Guests are invited to meet the speakers and mingle during the mid-afternoon break.
Gerald D. Fischbach Auditorium
160 Fifth Avenue, 2nd Floor
(Entrance on 21st Street)
New York, NY 10010
The Gerald D. Fischbach Auditorium offers accessible seating to patrons with special access needs. Please fill out the special accommodations request when ordering your ticket online.
Upcoming Neuroimaging Colloquia
Friday, January 31, 2014: Resting state fMRI
When & Where
Simons Foundation Lectures
The Simons Foundation launched the Simons Foundation Lectures in 2013 with the intention of drawing area scientists and scholars together around diverse and important topics in mathematics, physics, computer science, life sciences and autism research.
To read more about the Simons Foundation mission and its programs, please visit simonsfoundation.org.