List of speakers in Visual Brain Core Seminar Series
(from newest to oldest)
February 5, 2016: "The future of fMRI in Cognitive Neuroscience", Russel Poldrack, PhD, Stanford University, Department of Psychology.
December 4, 2015: "Age Differences in Brain Functioning During Memory Formation and Retrieval", Ian M. McDonough, University of Alabama, Department of Psychology.
November 6, 2015: "Contributions and Challenges for Network Models in Cognitive Neuroscience", Paper Discussion, presentation by Jarrod Hicks.
October 2, 2015: "Resting State Functional Connectivity: Methods, Debates and Clinical Applications" Susan Whitfield Gabrieli, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
August 7, 2015: "Research Computing, Storage, and Networks: the UAB vision and other imperatives for innovation" Curtis Carver, PhD, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, UAB Information Technology
June 5, 2015: "Which fMRI Analysis Software?" Speakers: David Knight, PhD, Department of Psychology; Rodolphe Nenert, PhD, Department of Neurology; Rishi Deshpande, MS, Department of Radiology.
May 1, 2015: "13C MRS Studies of Brain Metabolism of Alcohol and Acetate" Speaker: Graeme F. Mason, PhD, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine.
April 3, 2015: "Generalized Psychophysical Interactions (gPPI): What are they and What they can tell us" Speaker: Donald McLaren, PhD, Department of Neurology, Harvard Medical School.
March 6, 2015: "How do we measure functional connectivity? An interactive discussion of functional connectivity methods" Speaker: Kristina Visscher, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Feb 6, 2015: "High Gradient Diffusion MRI from the Human Connectome Project" Speaker: Koene Van Dijk, PhD, Department of Radiology, Harvard Medical School.
Jan 9, 2014 : "UAB Research Computing Resources for Neuroimaging Research" Speakers: John-Paul Robinson, Mike Hanby, Thomas Anthony
Nov 21, 2014: "White Matter in the Older Brain is More Plastic than in the Younger Brain" Speaker: Yuka Sasaki, PhD, Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences, Brown University.