ARLINGTON, VA, February 20, 2014 – A panel of some of America’s top experts on brain imaging will present their findings from an international study of biomedical imaging at a workshop to be held at the National Science Foundation in Arlington, VA on May 23, 2014.
The study was funded by NSF, the National Institutes of Health, and the Office of Naval Research. It was conducted by seven expert panelists who carried out peer reviews of research abroad. This included visiting the sites of the research institutions and researchers who are noted for the most advanced work in Europe, Asia, and Australia. More than 30 foreign sites were visited during 2013-2014,
The panel evaluated emerging computational neurodiagnostic methods. The findings that will be discussed at this conference include: MRI acquisition strategies for advancing neuroscience, interpretation and analysis of the fMRI signal. Use of MRI, fMRI, CAT, PET, ECG, EEG, SCR, voxel-based morphometry, endocrine sampling, and near-infrared spectroscopy to detect neural signatures of psychiatric and behavioral disorders, plus computing infrastructure and more.
The neuroimaging panel is chaired by Prof. Lilianne Mujica-Parodi from the Stony Brook University. Also on the panel are Dr. Peter Bandettini from the National Institute of Mental Health, Prof. Bin He of the University of Minnesota, Dr. Tom Cortese of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Prof. Gary Glover from Stanford University, Prof. Tor Wager of the University of Colorado, and Dr. Lawrence Wald of the Martinos Center at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
The public may attend the workshop free, but space is limited, so that registration is required. The workshop will also be webcast live. Viewers will have the ability to submit questions for the panelists during the event. For more information and to register, please visit the WTEC neuralimaging page for more information.
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