Multi-Modal Neuroimaging Summer Workshop (MNTP) 2008 Lecture Schedule
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1st week
June 23rd - PET

2:00-3:15 PM
"PET Principles And Applications"
Eoin Carney, PhD

3:30-5:00 PM
"PET image generation and quantification"
Charles Laymon, PhD

June 24th

9:30-12:30 AM - fMRI
"History and physics of fMRI"
Seong-Gi Kim

"Principles of fMRI"
Mark Wheeler

3:30-5:00 PM - MEG
Bill Eddy
Erika Taylor
Tolga Ozkurt

June 25th - MRI

9:30-12:30 AM - fMRI
"Principles of MRI"
Seong-Gi Kim

Lunch: Safety of MR, Denis Davis

3:00-5:00 PM
"Basics of Optics"
Justin Crowley

2nd week
June 30th - Brain Anatomy

9:30-12:30 AM
"MR Imaging Methods and Their Application to Geriatrics (Alzheimer's Disease and Late-Life Depression)"
Howard Aizenstein

"Diffusion Tensor Imaging"
Costin Tanase

Lunch: Visit to NMR Center, T. Kevin Hitchens

July 1st

9:30-12:30 AM
"fMRI Paradigm Design"
Mark Wheeler

July 2nd

9:30- 10:45 AM - Limits of MEG/EEG
Anto Bagic

11am-12:30 AM - Clinical Neuroimaging
"Using fMRI to image neural systems underlying emotion in normal and mood disordered populations"
Mary Philips

"Monoamine receptor imaging in postpartum depression"
Eydie Moses-Kolko

Lunch: Visit to Southside MR Programs

July 3rd

9:30- 10:45 AM - PET
"Neuroreceptor imaging with PET"
Gordon Frankle, MD

11:00-12:30 AM
"Limits Of Optics"
Justin Crowley

3rd week:
July 9th

3:00-5:00 PM
Seminar by Russel Jacobs and informal meeting

4th week:
July 16th

9:30-12:30 AM
"Interpretation and pitfalls of fMRI"
Seong-Gi Kim

3:00-5:00 PM
Seminar by Doug Noll and informal meeting

5th week:
July 23rd

3:00-5:00 PM
Informal meeting with Bill Eddy

6th week:
July 28th

12:00-2:00 PM
"Demonstration of Near Infrared human imaging"
Ted Huppert