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Lemanic Neuroscience

FENS-IBRO Imaging Training Center 2013

Imaging Human Brain Structure and Function

Lausanne & Geneva, Switzerland
August 25 - September 13, 2013

 

Aims and Scope

The FENS-IBRO Imaging Training Center will be dedicated to state-of-the-art mapping of brain structure and functions. The principal objectives will be to train participants in the latest available methods/technologies and analysis techniques, and the current applications in basic and clinical neuroscience research. Emphasis will be placed on: 1) cutting-edge imaging technologies and their mutual integration, 2) advanced signal analysis including real-time analysis, 3) combined applications of different methods for basic-clinical translational research, and 4) integration of neuroimaging with techniques from robotics and virtual reality. Specific methods that will be covered in the program include electrophsysiological recordings (high-resolution scalp EEG and intracranial recordings in humans), real time fMRI and EEG, MR structural imaging and tractography, high field 7T fMRI, TMS, and peripheral psychophysiology.

 

Scientific Organisers

• Bogdan Draganski, Ferath Kherif, Micah Murray and Melissa Saenz (CHUV - University of Lausanne)
• Christoph Michel, Narly Golestani, Sophie Schwartz and Patrik Vuilleumier (University of Geneva)
• Olaf Blanke and José del R. Millan (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, EPFL)

 

Faculty: lectures

J-M. Annoni, D. Bavelier, O. Blanke, J. Britz, R. Chavarriaga, S. Clarke, C. Corradi-Dell`Acqua, G. Courtine, M. De Lucia, L. Deouell, B. Draganski, J. Dukart, R. Frackowiak, A-L. Giraud, N. Golestani, A. Guggisberg, T. Griffiths, J. Gruzelier, P. Hagmann, F. Kherif, A. Kleinschmidt, R. Leeb, A. Lutti, R. Martuzzi, C. Michel, J. Millán, C. Miniussi, M. Murray, L. Nummenmaa, B. Pleger, G. Pourtois, T. Ros, M. Saenz, F. Scharnowski, C. Schroeder, S. Schwartz, A. Serino, C. Tallon-Baudry, J-P. Thiran, G. Thut, D. Van De Ville, W. Van der Zwaag, P. Vuilleumier, M. Wallace, N. Ward and N. Weiskopf.

 

Registration

The registration fee is 500 euro and it covers accommodation, meals and local transportation during the duration of the course.
A number of travel grants is available. Candidates must apply for a travel grant when they fill out their application on-line.

 

How to apply

Application deadline was April 30... 

 

Contact

ulrike.toepel@unil.ch

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