On thursday the 20th of April, Barbara Nordhjem will give a talk on changes in V1 response maps following object recognition.
Professor Daichi Nozaki from the Graduate School of Education at University of Tokyo will give a talk entitled "Context-dependent motor memories in humans: Function, implementation, and manipulation"
This PhD course provides a systematic and comprehensive overview over current brain stimulation techniques, highlighting their neuroscientific and therapeutic potential. The students will be introduced to the various stimulation techniques (e.g. optogenetics, transcranial magnetic stimulation, transcranial current stimulation, deep-brain stimulation) and will gain in-depth knowledge about the basic biophysical mechanisms and the most commonly used neuroscientific and therapeutic stimulation techniques. Theoretical lectures will be complemented by practical sessions and demonstrations. The course will consist of introductory lectures in the morning (three to four lectures per day), followed by a student presentation of the lecture highlights and supervised practical exercises and demonstrations based on different brain stimulation techniques in the afternoon.
On Friday, Jan. 6th at 9am, Marc Tittgemeyer (Head of Research Group for Translational Neurocircuitry, Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research, Cologne) will give a talk with the title "Circuit-level models of homeostatic mechanisms for food intake and its modulation by reward” in the DRCMR conference room.
Professor Peter Krustup, University of Southern Denmark will give a presentation entitled "Fitness and health effects of football for participants across the lifespan"
The aim of the course is to provide a basis for understanding MRI measurements, pitfalls and literature. The course covers introductory MRI acquisition in a series of ~6 weekly interactive lectures starting November 4th, 2016, and running almost weekly Fridays 13:15 to 15:45 until December 16th 2016. The lectures cover MR basics, acquisition methods and parameters with a focus on understanding. Active participation is required.
The course starts at a level requiring little or no MR experience, and a technical background is not required. The target audience is employees and students at the MR department but the course is open and free for external participants. DRCMR employees, students and co-workers are given priority if the number of participants is limited due to space constraints. Participation is free but registration is required.
See course details at http://drcmr.dk/mri-course
On Monday the 26th of September Brian Numelin Haagensen will defend his PhD entitled "Medication-induced Impulse control disorders in Parkinson's disease".
The defence will take place at Hvidovre Hospital in Auditorium 3-4 starting at 14:00.
Gary Zhang: Microstructure imaging of the brain using diffusion MRI - modelling and analysis
Talk by Dr. Wesley Thompson entitled; Multivariate longitudinal models for brain imaging outcomes
On April 6th 2016, MSc Eng Louise Baruël Johansen will be defending her PhD-thesis entitled Neuroticism and Functional Connectomics of the Resting Adolescent Brain - Insights from a Danish Child Cohort. Louise was enrolled at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen. All are welcome.
Mads Andersen defends his PhD entitled "Towards motion insensitive Magnetic Resonance Imaging using dynamic field measurements"
MD Mette Pedersen will give a talk entitled: Functional examination of vocal muscles. Mette Pedersen is a nose, ear and throat specialist working with many different methods.
Dr. Chris Mathys (currently at UCL, interested in systems neuroscience, predictive coding, and disorders of the mind) will give a talk entitled "Keeping the learning rate just right: adaptive precision-weighting of prediction errors using hierarchical Gaussian filters (HGFs)".
André Ahlgren from Lund University shares his interesting work on Intravoxel incoherent motion (IVIM) imaging in a presentation entitled Double diffusion encoding with velocity compensation for improved probing of incoherent flow.
Mondag 23rd Nov. 2015 14.00-15.00, Prof. Dr. Jens Brüning from the Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research, Köln, is giving a presentation entitled Neonatal programming of metabolic diseases at the DRCMR.
Friday 5th of Februrary 2016 from 9.00-10.00, Prof. Richard Bowtell from the Sir Peter Mansfield MR Imaging Centre, is giving a presentation entitled Exploiting magnetic susceptibility effects at high field at the DRCMR.