Upcoming Events & Courses

HCP Course

More HCP data are coming....and will be released in a new way.....will you be ready?

This spring, the first data from the Lifespan Human Connectome Projects - (HCP) Development (healthy subjects ages 5-21) and HCP Aging (ages 36-100+) will be publicly released. Yay!

Also, for the first time, we will be releasing these data on the cloud, via the NIMH Data Archive (NDA). This will enable computing on the cloud to analyze HCP and Lifespan data.

Come to the 2019 HCP Course: "Exploring the Human Connectome"July 8 – 12, 2019 in Portland, Oregon, USA to learn all about the new data, how to access it on NDA, and using HCP methods, tools, and pipelines on your own neuroimaging data.

This 5-day intensive course will provide training in acquisition, processing, analysis and visualization of whole brain imaging and behavioral data of humans and non-human primates using methods and tools developed by the WU-Minn-Oxford HCP consortium. Both new and current users of HCP data, methods, and tools are welcome and the course will cover both basic and advanced topics. 

For more info and to register visit the HCP Course 2019 website. If you have any questions, please contact us at: hcpcourse@humanconnectome.org

C3N Seminars

https://pateldsclab.net/c3n/

C3N Seminars aim to stimulate discussion about the translation of cognitive and computational neuroscience to clinical psychiatry.  The seminars take place on Wednesdays at 3pm in the 6th floor Multipurpose Room of the NYSPI Pardes Building.

 

Upcoming Seminars:

 

4/17/19: Vincent Ferrera, PhD, Professor of Neuroscience (in Psychiatry) and Principal Investigator at Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, Columbia University

5/8/19: Xiao-jing Wang, PhD, Global Professor of Neural Science and Co-Director of the Sloan-Swartz Center for Theoretical Neuroscience , New York University

 

Please email CCCNSeminars@nyspi.columbia.edu to be added to the mailing list.

 

MRI Technical Meetings 

We continue to have technical meetings every other Monday afternoon, led by Dr. Gaurav Patel. Anyone is welcome to bring their technical issues to these meetings for help and troubleshooting. Please email Joe and we will put you on the agenda for the meeting (Joe.Figliolia@nyspi.columbia.edu).

The next technical meeting is TBA, and will meet in the Translational Imaging Conference Room.