Challenges and Innov in Neonatal & Infant Imaging: A Look Across Modalities

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Thanks for your interest in the upcoming NIMH Challenges and Innovations in Neonatal and Infant Imaging: A Look Across Modalities meeting. Register now!

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This meeting brings together investigators who use fNIRS, EEG, MRI (structural, functional, and resting-state MRI, and DTI), MEG, and ultrasound imaging methods to study the neonatal and infant brain. Talks and discussions will compare and contrast these modalities based on considerations, trade-offs, and best practices related to image acquisition, study design, and data analyses. This meeting will include perspectives from a diverse group of investigators across multiple areas of expertise who will provide insight into the successes and challenges in studying the developing brain.



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