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Seminars

We run a regular programme of brain-mapping seminars for staff, students and the public.

Seminars take place every Monday during term time at 12:10, unless stated otherwise.

They will be held via Zoom unless stated otherwise.

Upcoming events

DateTimeSpeakerTitleVenue
31 January 2022 To be confirmed Til Ole Bergmann (Johannes Gutenberg University Medical Center) Combining transcranial brain stimulation with neuroimaging and electrophysiology Zoom
7 February 202212:10John Towler (Swansea University)To be confirmedZoom
14 February 202216:10Aaron Kucyi (Centre for Cognitive and Brain Health and Department of Psychology, Northeastern University)Wandering in brain and mind: fMRI and intracranial EEG insights into the neural basis of spontaneous cognitionZoom
21 February 202212:10Kathryn Peall (Cardiff University)To be confirmedZoom
28 February 202216:10Rosanna Olson (Rotman Research Institute at  Baycrest)Zooming in and zooming out: the role of the extended hippocampal system (and beyond) in memoryZoom
7 March 202216:10Cathy Price (FIL-UCL Queen Square)To be confirmedZoom
14 March 2022 12:10 Wietske van der Zwaag (Spinoza Center, Amsterdam) Imaging the human cerebellum at 7T Zoom
21 March 202212:10Floris de Lange (The Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour)To be confirmedZoom
28 March 2022To be confirmedChristopher Allen (CUBRIC)When Consciousness HappensZoom
25 April 2022To be confirmedJames BonauitoTo be confirmedZoom
9 May 2022To be confirmedMarkus Butz (Heinrich-Heine University, Düsseldorf)Learning from MEG, EEG and DBS about Parkinson's diseaseZoom

Past events

DateTimeSpeakerTitleVenue
13 December 202112:10Tamara Vasilkovska and
Mohit Adhikari (University of Antwerp)
Brain perfusion, vascular reactivity and functional MRI biomarkers in a preclinical model of Huntington’s diseaseZoom
6 December 202112:10Holly Rossiter (CUBRIC)The role of beta oscillations in sensorimotor controlZoom
29 November 202112:10Stefan Bode (University of Melbourne)Do you really need to know? The neurocognitive mechanisms of information-seekingZoom
22 November 202112:10Jose Marques (Radboud University)Squeezing myelin information out of the gradient echo signal using biophysical modellingZoom
15 November 202116:10Sarah Morris (University of British Columbia)Using inhomogeneous magnetization transfer to  measure myelin in the brain and spinal cordZoom
8 November 202112:10Bo-Yong Park (University in Korea)Topographic divergence of cortical thickness in TLE: The worldwide ENIGMA studyZoom
1 November 202112:10Marom Bikson (City College of New York)Technology and science of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS): How to boost brain function and capacity for plasticityZoom
25 October 202112:10Marco Palombo (CUBRIC)Gray matter microstructure imaging with diffusion MR and computational modellingZoom
18 October 202112:10Ottavia Dipasquale (King's College London)Squeezing more out of fMRI using REACT – Receptor-Enriched Analysis of functional Connectivity by TargetsZoom
11 October 202112:10Maria Engel (CUBRIC)Rapid brain MRIZoom
4 October 202112:10Axel Montagne (University of Edinburgh)APOE4 leads to blood-brain barrier dysfunction predicting cognitive declineZoom