Wednesday, October 29
Mayo Auditorium, University of Minnesota Medical School
|9:10 AM||Apostolos P. Georgopoulos: Welcoming Remarks|
Developmental and neural correlates of encoding spatial relations
Sensorimotor neural dynamics during isochronous tapping in the medial premotor cortex of the macaque
Interval timing in the human brain
Fronto-parietal and hemispheric interactions in spatial categorization
City map reading: Decision making and neural mechanisms
Richard A. Andersen, PhD
Parietal cortex in action
A presentation by Brian Engdahl, PhD
William L. Anderson Chair in PTSD Research & Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Neuroscience & Cognitive Sciences, University of Minnesota
Thursday, October 16, 2014 - 3:30 pm, 402 Walter Library
Reception to follow. Sponsored by the Department of Psychology, CLA, UofM.
The search is on for biological markers of mental disorders. Neuroimaging techniques that assess brain function (EEG, PET, MRI) are providing tools in this search. We are using magnetoencephalography (MEG), a unique neuroimaging technique that is simple (task free resting state), safe, short (1 minute), dynamic (based on ongoing activity collected every millisecond) and sensitive to changes in brain communication patterns. MEG allows excellent discrimination between controls and disorder-specific groups. We have studied nearly 2000 subjects. Findings on multiple select groups will be presented, highlighting neural differences in PTSD, trauma adaptation, and posttraumatic growth.
Apostolos P Georgopoulos
from PLOS Neuroscience Community
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.
The Brain Sciences Center welcomed the arrival in August of Juan Arroyo and Jasmine Joseph. Read more...