In the 6th series of NIAG training courses, we have designed an applicable approach to teaching fMRI data processing. This course is particularly appropriate for those who have passed the 4th series of NIAG courses ( Basic fMRI), but interested researchers with a good background on MRI and fMRI data may also attend in this course. 

Course name: 

Moderator: Dr. S.A.H. Batooli

Headlines: fMRI data processing with FSL (TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON)

Start date: 24th and 31st of Shahrivar

Time: 14.30-19

For further information, please visit our telegram channel or contact Dr. Haady Ahmadzade via this telegram ID ( @haadyA ).

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Monday, 29 July 2019 08:25

Important Notice!

Sectional Anatomy and fMRI data analysis courses will start again from 4 August .

Interested students and researchers may register for sectional anatomy classes. For more information please contact us through our telegram channel.

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Workshop on MRI Principles and Function

Topics:

MRS

PERFUSION MRI

DIFFUSION MRI

 

Lecturers:

Dr. Mohammad Ali Oghabian

Dr. S.A.H. Batooli

Dr. Hasan Hashemi

Dr. Amir Hossein Fallahian

Dr. Meisam Ali Mohammadi

Dr. Hossein Ghena'ati

Dr. Abbas Nasirai Moghadam

 

Registration:

February  15-17, 2017

Discount is available to all who register before February 3rd.

 

https://t.me/NIAGg

 

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A multidisciplinary team at Massachusetts General Hospital, including Martinos Center investigators, released to the public today an MRI scan of the human brain at 100 micron resolution. This is the highest resolution MRI scan of the whole human brain to date. The images are 1,000 times more detailed than a standard clinical MRI scan. The brain was donated by a 58-year-old woman who died of non-neurological causes. Her family provided informed consent for the research. The researchers imaged her brain for 5 days continuously on a 7 Tesla MRI scanner using custom-built coil technology. They envision that this ultra-high resolution MRI scan will have a broad range of investigational, educational, and clinical applications that will advance understanding of human brain anatomy in health and disease.

 

For more information please visit: https://twitter.com/comarecoverylab/status/1134436231775961088?s=12 

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