SPM Course 2015

Thank you all for taking part in the SPM course! The SPM 2015 lecture slides are now available online: Basic Course SPM Overview  Preprocessing The General Linear Model for fMRI analyses Statistical inference and design efficiency Multiple comparison correction in SPMs  Experimental design Modelling of hemodynamic timeseries and 2nd-level statistics “Resting state” fMRI  Practicals Scripts  Advanced Course Group analyses Advanced issues in fMRI statistics (SnPM, power, meta-analysis) Practicals Slides & Worksheet Voxel-based morphometry Multivariate analyses Computational models for fMRI analyses Bayesian model selection . . . → Read More: SPM Course 2015

EEG Course

Course materials can be found here. Please note that this course is held during the Computational Neuroimaging Clinic (location: ETZ building room H91) Day Topic Speaker Literature 01.10 Principles of EEG 1: oscillations

Presentation 1

Presentation 2  Saee Buzsáki, G. (2011). Rhythms of the Brain Buzsáki et al. (2013). Scaling Brain Size, Keeping Timing: Evolutionary Preservation of Brain Rhythms 15.10 Principles of EEG 2: event-related potentials

Presentation  Rike Klimesch, W., Sauseng, P., Hanslmayr, S., Gruber, W., . . . → Read More: EEG Course

SPM Course 2014

11-14 February, 2014

An IBT Advanced Imaging Course

This four-day course, held annually since 2007, offers comprehensive coverage of all MRI-related aspects of SPM, including . . . → Read More: SPM Course 2014

Dr. Andreea Diaconescu

Post-doctoral Fellow, Translational Neuromodeling Unit (TNU),  Institute for Biomedical Engineering, University of Zürich & ETH Zürich Biography

Andreea Diaconescu obtained her PhD at the Rotman Research Institute affiliated with University of Toronto under the supervision of Dr. Randy McIntosh. During her graduate training, Andreea examined the temporal dynamics of multisensory processes and how auditory-visual interactions change with age using electro- and magneto-encephalography. Andreea has also collaborated with Shitij Kapur (Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London) and Gwenn Smith (Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center), investigating pharmacological models of psychiatric disorders, including . . . → Read More: Dr. Andreea Diaconescu