NIAG holds workshops on different topics. Our experts try to manage at least one workshop within a three month- period. In our workshops, individuals will be taught about related topics. They will also learn to use their new knowledge in the hands-on sessions. 

We would record the sound of our professors during their talks. Therefore those who have registered for the workshops are able to access these sessions whenever they want.

For more information about our future workshop plans, you can visit the news page or simply follow us on telegram channel.


Here is a list of our workshops:

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
    • Functional and Structural Brain Connectivity (6-8/10/1396)
    • Neuroanatomy of Addiction + fMRI (14-16/4/1396)
    • MRS, Diffusion, Perfusion workshop, 27-29 Bahman
  • 2016
    • A 3-Day Advanced Workshop on Diffusion Tensor Imaging by Prof. Leemans, et al.
  •  2015
    •  Feb. 2015: A 4-day workshop on DTI, Tractography, MRS, Diffusion, Perfusion, & Contrast Agents, by NIAG
    •  Mar. 2015: A 4-day workshop on Advanced Diffusion MRI and Data Analysis, by Prof. Alexander Leemans, et al., from the Netherlands
    •  May 2015: A 3-day workshop on fMRI basics and data analysis, as the fMRI branch of the 1st Iranian IBRO/APRC Associate School of Cognitive Neuroscience on Human Brain Mapping
    •  Aug 2015: A 3-day workshop on fMRI Imaging and Data Analysis, based on SPM software package, by NIAG
  •  2014
  •  A 4-day workshop on fMRI data analysis and DTI basics and data analysis, by NIAG
  • 2012
    • A 4-day workshop on fMRI basics and data analysis, by NIAG
  • 2009
    • A 3-day workshop on fMRI basics and data analysis, by NIAG
  • 2008
    • A 3-day workshop on fMRI basics and data analysis, by NIAG
    • A 1-day workshop on CIVET (A fully automated volumetric, corticometric, and morphometric analysis of human brain imaging data), by Prof. Alan Evans from McGill University
  • 2007
    • An advanced FSL training course, by FMRIB team: Instructors: Dr. Beckman; Dr. Rushworth; Dr. Johnson Burg