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2018 Seminars

January 17, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Rita Schmidt, Weizmann Institute
Electric properties of biological tissues and materials: new perspective on functional MRI of the brain and designing MRI-viable metamaterials

February 12, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Pavel Filip
The position of cerebellum in movement disorders: Clinical perspective and the developing concept of network disorders

February 26, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Kathryn Manning
Multi-parametric MRI characterizes acute and persistent brain changes in concussed athletes

February 28, 2018, 9AM CMRR Seminar Room 2-102, Paula Croxson
Multi-modal characterization of memory networks in the primate brain

March 05, 2018, 1PM Seminar Room 2-102, Kai Ludwig
Perfusion MRI of the placenta

March 12, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Margaret Flanagan
Practical and quantitative neuropathology applied to neurodegenerative disease research

March 19, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Colum MacKinnon
Phenomenology of movement impairment in people with Parkinson's disease

April 16, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Janine Bijesterbosch
From Connectivity to Biomarker

April 23, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Ian Cheong
TBD

April 30, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Matthew Johnson
On the Right 'Tract': Current Steering with Deep Brain Stimulation Therapy

May 14, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Pramod Pisharady
TBD

June 08, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, David Leopold, NIH
Studying local neural diversity using whole-brain fMRI readout

June 08, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, David Leopold, NIH
Studying local neural diversity using whole-brain fMRI readout

July 09, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Chi (Jesse) Zhang
Label-free Chemical Imaging for Biology and Medicine

July 10, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Kisra Egodapitiya, Ph.D.
Controlling Molecules with Lasers

July 12, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Nicholas Proite, Ph.D.
Breaking the Diffraction Resolution Limit with Quantum Optics

July 13, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Deano Farinella, M.S.
Ultrafast nonlinear pulse compression and it's applications to high-field science

July 30, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Sebastian Musslick, Princeton University
On the Rational Bounds of Cognitive Control

August 09, 2018, 11:30AM, Seminar Room 2-102, Jim Pipe, PhD Mayo Clinic
Designing Rapid and High-Value MRI

August 10, 2018, 1PM, Seminar Room 2-102, Zhiyong Zhang, UC Berkeley
xSPEN MRI

August 23, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Rishi Rajalingham
How does the primate ventral visual stream causally support core object recognition?

October 01, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Timothy Hendrickson
Neuroimaging Processing and Analysis Reproducibility with BIDS and Containers

October 08, 2018, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Jessica McKay, BME PhD Candidate
Toward high resolution breast DWI at 3T

October 15, 2018, Noon, CMRR Seminar Room 2-102, Joerg Polzehl - Weierstrass Institute
Towards in-vivo histology of the brain - some statistical contributions

November 19, 2018, Noon, CMRR Seminar Room 2-102, Pramod Pisharady
Diffusion MRI findings in spinal cord in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Improved sensitivity through tract-specific analysis

December 10, 2018, NOON, CMRR SEMINAR ROOM 2-102, ESTEPHAN MOANA-FILHO
Understanding Brain Mechanisms in Orofacial Pain: using new tools to solve old problems

December 17, 2018, NOON, CMRR SEMINAR ROOM 2-102, RAFAEL YUSTE - COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Neuronal ensembles: emergent units of cortical function?

December 20, 2018, 1:30PM Seminar room 2-102, Nate Powell, University of British Columbia
Relating computational properties of Prefrontal Cortex to working memory deficits in NVHL rats

January 14, 2019, NOON, SEMINAR ROOM 2-102, FLAVIA NELSON, MD Director Multiple Sclerosis Division, University of MN
MULTI-MODAL MRI ASSESSMENT OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS RELATED COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT

February 11, 2019, Noon, CMRR Seminar Room 2-102, Nicholas Priebe, UT Austin
Accessing sensory signals for active sensation using 2-photon imaging

February 18, 2019, Noon, CMRR 2-102, Andrea Grant, PhD
When a Day Lasts a Year In 2000-2001 I spent 12 months at Amundsen Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica, the highest, driest, coldest, windiest continent on earth. I'll show some slides and tell stories about life "on the ice", where everything is just a little bit more complicated than back home.

February 25, 2019, Noon, CMRR Seminar Room 2-102, Franco Pestilli, Assistant Professor Indiana University
Mapping brain and behavior across spatiotemporal scales

March 04, 2019, Noon, CMRR 2-102, Flavia Nelson
CORTICAL LESION DETECTION AND WHITE MATTER LESION QUANTIFICATION IN MS

March 11, 2019, Noon, CMRR 2-102, Mark Thomas
Synaptic plasticity correlates of addiction relapse

March 25, 2019, Noon, CMRR 2-102, Yoon-Hee Cha
How persistent oscillating motion changes the brain: the phenomenon of mal de debarquement syndrome

March 26, 2019, 11AM, Seminar Room 2-102, Alexandra Gribizis, Yale University
Late stage spontaneous waves and their role in downstream visual areas in vivo

April 01, 2019, Noon, CMRR 2-102, Afonso Silva, NIH
Two-Photon Imaging of Neural Activity and Cerebral Hemodynamics with Single Cell/Single Vessel Resolution in Transgenic Marmosets

April 22, 2019, Noon, CMRR Seminar Room, Luca Vizioli
Pushing the Spatio-temporal limits of fMRI: applications to human neuroscience

April 29, 2019, Noon, CMRR 2-102, David Kleinfeld, UC-San Diego
How blood flows throughout the neocortex

May 06, 2019, 9:30AM, CMRR 2-102, Na Ji, Berkeley
TBA

May 20, 2019, Noon, CMRR 2-102, Mriganka Sur, MIT
TBA

June 03, 2019, Noon, CMRR 2-102, Jan Zimmermann
Choice stochasticity, value sensitivity and it's relation to environmental statistical regularities

June 17, 2019, Noon, CMRR 2-102, Theresa Desrochers, Brown University
Sequential control in the frontal cortex: studies in animals and humans

June 27, 2019, 9:30AM CMRR Seminar Room 2-102, Margaret Mahan, Ph.D. - Scientist, Brain Injury Research Lab, Hennepin Healthcare Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute
Multifarious Approach to Measuring White Matter Disruptions in Traumatic Brain Injury

August 05, 2019, Noon, CMRR Seminar Room, Zheng-Rong Lu, Ph.D.
MR Molecular Imaging for Cancer Detection, Risk-Stratification and Treatment Evaluation

September 09, 2019, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Andreas Tolias, PhD - Baylor College of Medicine
Inception Loops in Visual Cortex

September 23, 2019, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Elly Nedivi, MIT
Visualizing remodeling of excitatory and inhibitory circuits in vivo

October 07, 2019, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Hillel Adesnik, PhD - UC Berkeley
3D imaging and perturbation of neural activity from synapses to whole cortical networks

October 28, 2019, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Eric Schreiter, PhD Janelia Research Campus, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Chemigenetic indicators of neuronal activity

November 11, 2019, 10AM, Seminar Room 2-102, Noam Shemesh - Champalimaud Research
Approaching specificity with functional and diffusion MRI

November 11, 2019, Noon, LRB/MTRF 1-110, David Fitzpatrick, Ph.D. - Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience
Multiscale functional synaptic architecture of neocortex

December 09, 2019, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Lori Ketola - University of MN Chief Health Information Officer
"PHI and De-identification: What You Need to Know"
https://drive.google.com/open?id=18Kw7fgqD9e03e-rRwhqBgqFw8JEm2fau

December 18, 2019, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Thiago JR. de Rezende, PhD - University of Campinas, Brazil
Neuroimaging Biomarkers in Inherited Cerebellar Ataxias

March 13, 2020, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Audrey Sederberg, PhD - Emory University
Complex function without complex structure: constraining models in the era of big data

March 16, 2020, Noon, Seminar Room 2-102, Risto A. Kauppinen, M.D., Ph.D. - University of Bristol, UK
Angular Dependence of T1 in White Matter: Potential Mechanisms?

May 11, 2020, Noon, Zoom, Kenneth Latimer, Post Doctoral Researcher, University of Chicago
Linking data to theory in the primate parietal cortex with statistical models
https://umn-private.zoom.us/j/97348271152?pwd=WVJRSVhSOC9KSmlCTk9Ba0R3ZTFkUT09

May 18, 2020, Noon Zoom, Joseph Monaco - Johns Hopkins University
Computational approaches to the neural dynamics of time, memory, and behavior
https://umn-private.zoom.us/j/99475763095?pwd=ZEw5Q3lpMExSUnR0QSs2NjJDWXZjUT09

June 22, 2020, Noon Zoom, Thomas Naselaris - Medical University of South Carolina
Bring the noise: Exploring the structure and meaning of stimulus-independent brain activity
Join Zoom Meeting https://umn-private.zoom.us/j/94013846359?pwd=UkVYbDI4ZktuU0x6bXVZZ2VFVThsQT09

July 12, 2020, 1:30PM Zoom, Burhaneddin Yaman
Learning to Reconstruct without Ground Truth Data
Zoom https://umn-private.zoom.us/j/96242932336?pwd=QmxMT1cvM3Q4NHJUazNUdlRicnVjUT09

August 03, 2020, 1:30PM Zoom, Hamza Farooq
Network Curvature as Hallmark of Brain Structural Connectivity
Join Zoom Meeting https://umn-private.zoom.us/j/92946280805?pwd=SXFxc2V4RVc3YlBIWXg4K3FyZEtCdz09

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