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CIR Lunch and Learns

Day:     Most Wednesdays

Time:   Noon to 1 p.m.

Room:  MFRC 2063

Refreshments:  Pizza Lunch

Attendance:  Open

Contact:  Carrie O'Connor, 414-955-4956. coconnor@mcw.edu

Audioconferencing:  Available

Center for Imaging Research Lunch and Learn

Spring 2014

This semester, the Center for Imaging Research is sponsoring weekly lunch-and-learn sessions on most Wednesdays.

Presenters will review manuscripts in NeuroImage Volume 80, Mapping the Connectome.

"This special issue on 'Mapping the Connectome' is a review of the major issues and current projects relating to connectomics; it aims to be comprehensive, albeit with a strong bias towards the macroscopic, in vivo, human connectome, as most appropriate for the readership of NeuroImage." -- Steve Smith, PhD, FMRIB, Oxford, United Kingdom

At the conclusion of the NeuroImage sessions in March, presenters will select their own manuscripts and topics.

 

Date and Presenter

NeuroImage Manuscript (Volume 80)

Jan. 8
B. Douglas Ward, MS
Senior Biostatistician
Department of Biophysics
Medical College of Wisconsin

Meskaldji DE,Fischi-Gomez E, Griffa A, Hagmann P,Morgenthaler S, Thiran JP.Comparing connectomes across subjects and populations at different scales. (No. 36)
Jan. 15
James Reuss, PhD
Chief Technology Officer
Prism Clinical Imaging
Castellanos FX, Di Martino A, Craddock RC, Mehta AD, Milham MP. Clinical applications of the functional connectome. (No. 44)
Jan. 29
Andrew Huettner, MS
Graduate Student
Department of Biophysics
Medical College of Wisconsin

 

Setsompop K, Kimmlingen R, Eberlein E, Witzel T, Cohen-Adad J, McNab JA, Keil B, Tisdall MD, Hoecht P, Dietz P, Cauley SF, Tountcheva V, Matschl V, Lenz VH, Heberlein K, Potthast A, Thein H, Van Horn J, Toga A, Schmitt F, Lehne D, Rosen BR, Wedeen V, Wald LL. Pushing the limits of in vivo diffusion MRI for the Human Connectome Project. (No. 18)
Feb. 5
Doug Schultz
Graduate Student
Department of Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Murphy K, Birn RM, Bandettini PA. Resting-state fMRI confounds and cleanup. (No. 30)
Feb. 12
Edgar (Ted) DeYoe, PhD CANCELED
Varoquaux G, Craddock RC. Learning and comparing functional connectomes across subjects. (No. 35)
Feb. 26
Andrew Nencka, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Biophysics
Medical College of Wisconsin
Glasser MF, Sotiropoulos SN, Wilson JA, Coalson TS, Fischl B, Andersson JL, Xu J, Jbabdi S, Webster M, Polimeni JR, Van Essen DC, Jenkinson M; WU-Minn HCP Consortium. The minimal preprocessing pipelines for the Human Connectome Project. (No. 12)
March 5
Lauren Hopkins, MA
Graduate Student
Department of Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Sadaghiani S, Kleinschmidt A. Functional interactions between intrinsic brain activity and behavior.  (No. 32)
March 12
Andrew Nencka, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Biophysics
Medical College of Wisconsin
Smith SM, Beckmann CF, Andersson J, Auerbach EJ, Bijsterbosch J, Douaud G, Duff E, Feinberg DA, Griffanti L, Harms MP, Kelly M, Laumann T, Miller KL, Moeller S, Petersen S, Power J, Salimi-Khorshidi G, Snyder AZ, Vu AT, Woolrich MW, Xu J, Yacoub E, Uğurbil K, Van Essen DC, Glasser MF; WU-Minn HCP Consortium. Resting-state fMRI in the Human Connectome Project. (No. 14)
April 9
Edgar (Ted) DeYoe, PhD
Departments of Cell Biology, Anatomy and Neuroanatomy; and Radiology
Varoquaux G, Craddock RC. Learning and comparing functional connectomes across subjects. (No. 35)

 

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