About this courseThis intensive 5-day course will provide an overview of the MR Methods (that can be) used in Cognitive Neuroimaging. The first part of the course covers the basic MR physics needed to obtain MR signal, create MR images and discusses the physical mechanisms driving the MRI contrast (beyond fMRI) and artifacts. The second part of the course is dedicated to model free and model based fMRI processing strategies.
Each day will consist of a set of morning lectures followed by an afternoon with various hands-on sessions based either in MATLAB or FSL. Direct interactions with the lecturers will be promoted throughout.
PhD students and senior researchers.
From 3 - 7 June 2019.
€ 350 for PhD students; € 500 for senior researchers. Fee includes lunch, one dinner and course materials.