The program will consist of a combination of a number of outstanding international invited speakers and proffered papers. The aims are to cover the latest topics in functional MRI, with emphasis on connectivity mapping, provide training on the latest methods, and provide a forum for rich discussion on controversies, and future directions as well as on interpretations of new methods. Attendance will be limited to 80-100 attendees to ensure an intimate forum for discussion.
Register before January 7, 2016 to take advantage of discounted early-bird registration fees. Online registration and payment is available.
Abstract Deadline January 29, 2016.There will be a limited number of proffered talks and posters on the following fMRI topics, including multimodality/neurophysiology; connectivity; networks and modeling; acquisition and analysis methods; functional neuroanatomy, and clinical applications.
The organizing committee includes R. Todd Constable, Ph.D. (Yale University), Danielle Bassett (University of Pennsylvania), Marvin Chun, Ph.D. (Yale University), Martijn van der Heuvel (University Medical Center Utrecht), Xiaoping Hu, Ph.D. (Emory University), Karla Miller, Ph.D. (Oxford University) and Bruce Pike, Ph.D (Montreal Neurological Institute).