arroyo and joseph

Arroyo and Joseph join BSC Community

The Brain Sciences Center welcomed the arrival in August of Juan Arroyo and Jasmine Joseph. Juan was born in Mexico City and has spent most of his life there. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the Instituto Tecnol'ogico Aut'onomo de M'exico (ITAM). After graduation, he worked for a couple of years at the Research Division of Mexico's Central Bank. Juan will be pursuing a PhD in Cognitive Science working under the supervision of Dr. Apostolos Georgopoulos.

 

Jasmine is from California, primarily Orange County and San Francisco and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in genetics at the University of California - Davis. She is a graduate student in the Biomedical Informatics and Computational Biology (BICB) program at the U of M and will be working with her adviser Dr. Georgopoulos on her project studying Gulf War veterans and auto-immune disorders.

 

2014 American Legion Family Brain Sciences Lecture

The Center for Cognitive Sciences & the Brain Sciences Center present the
2014 CCS Fall Institute & American Legion Family Brain Sciences Lecture

fall institutefall institute“SPATIOTEMPORAL COGNITION”

Wednesday, October 29
Mayo Auditorium, University of Minnesota Medical School

 

 

 

from PLOS Neuroscience Community

"Biological Tests for Psychiatry: Is R-fMRI Neuroimaging Ready for the Clinical Mainstream?"

By Margaret Y Mahan

In a keynote at the 7th annual Neuroinformatics Congress in Leiden, the Netherlands on August 25, Dr. Michael Milham discussed how resting state fMRI (R-fMRI) has emerged as an approach for psychiatric biomarker identification by enabling the uncovering of human connectome variations that are associated with diagnostic status.

Read Mahan's post at PLOS...

 


 

 
Updated September 18, 2014