October 26th, 2017: “From vision to navigation: a journey across mouse cortex”.
A talk by Matteo Carandini, GlaxoSmithKline/Fight for sight Professor of Visual Neuroscience, University College of London.
October 3rd, 2017: “Individual differences in the neural substrates that support factors underlying executive functions“.
A talk by Marie T. Banich, Professor of Psychology at the University of Colorado Boulder.
by Nicholas Metcalf, B.S. Bionformaticist and Data Analyst at Washington University in St. Louis
The course will be held on the following dates:
September 18-19-20 & 25-26th, 2017. The following concepts and steps in the analysis will be discussed:
- Introduction to fMRI data formats, volume & surface visualization, and anatomy registration
- fMRI registration, distortion correction, and resampling in volume and to surfaces
- fMRI noise removal, temporal filtering and masking
- Overview of the quality control techniques
- How to perform simple statistical analysis