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Seminar Series from Frank Skidmore

Institute of Advanced Study visiting fellow Frank Skidmore will hold a series of seminars named "Imaging the Brain" in September 2010. This series will present research results and discuss the pearls and pitfalls of the potential use of functional and structural MRI as a diagnostic tool.

All are welcome to attend. If you would like to attend, please contact J.F.Collingwood@warwick.ac.uk

The seminars will take place as follows:

Title Date and Time Venue Notes
Imaging the Brain in the Operating Room: Challenges and Promise Friday 3 September
1pm to 2pm
Digital Laboratory Auditorium Buffet lunch will be available before the seminar*
Functional Imaging of Behavior: Imaging the Circuits of Goal Oriented Behavior in Parkinson Disease Monday 6 September
3pm to 4pm
Maths/Stats
Zeeman Building,
A1.01
Tea and coffee will be provided*
The Resting Brain Is Not Resting: Clinical Utility of Resting State Analysis Tuesday 7 September
1pm to 2pm
School of Engineering, A401 Buffet lunch will be provided*
Functional and Structural MRI: A Clinician's Perspective on the Promise and Perils of the New Medical "Quants" Monday 13 September
3pm to 4pm
Maths/Stats
Zeeman Building
A1.01
Tea and coffee will be provided*


*for catering purposes please advise Joanna at J.F.Collingwood@warwick.ac.uk if you plan to attend

More information on Frank Skidmore and the seminar series (PDF Document)