Brain Meeting at the CHUV
A weekly meeting dedicated to human neuroimaging open to all research groups at CHUV, UNIL and EPFL.
Each meeting includes two short presentations: a project presentation (10 min presentation, 20 min disussion with the audience) and one talk (20 min presentation, 10 min discussion) on topics broadly related to human neuroimaging. We encourage a dynamic mix of presentation types including "Methods", and "Science". PI's, post-docs, students, clinicians, and visiting scientists are all welcome to present at the Brain Meeting.
Time and Venue: Fridays 3.30-4.30pm at the CHUV
ANDROS Meeting Room, easy to find near the cafe on the main entrance level (directions here).
Project: An opportunity for a researcher to present a planned neuroimaging study and get feedback from the group. The goal is to maximize the chance that the proposed project will answer the specified research question.
Methods: An educative opportunity for the group to learn from a researcher with a particular methodological expertise in neuroimaging data acquisition, processing, or statistical analysis.
Science: A research presentation on the results of a completed or near-completed study, geared towards the broader neuroimaging community.
Distinguished speaker series: Once a month a full academic lecture (45 min) will be given by a distinguished neuroscientist.
Clinical neuroscience meets basic neuroscience: Presentation of clinically relevant problem translated in a neurobiological question, which could potentially be of interest to basic neuroscientists.
More information for speakers:
LREN_BrainMeeting_guidelines.pdf (68 Kb)