MEG Brain Imaging Symposium
- 29-30th July 2015
Learn more about the unique capabilities of magnetoencephalography (MEG) and how it can be used in basic and clinical research and clinical decision-making.
Organised by Swinburne University of Technology, which boasts the only 306 sensor magnetometer in the southern hemisphere, this two-day symposium and workshop features talks from MEG research leaders, including:
- Professor Mark Woolrich – Source reconstruction and spontaneous transient brain networks
- Professor Krish Singh – Oscillatory biomarkers in health and disease: Their use, relationship to MR measures, and neurophysciologically informed modelling
- Dr Vladimir Litvak – Oscillatory cortio-subcortical networks: An insight from combined MEG, intracranial recordings and deep brain stimulation
- Professor Blake Johnson – Temporal processing in the human auditory cortex
- Dr Suresh Muthikumaraswamy – Pharmaco-MEG: Past, present and future
MEG data analysis Workshop
This hands-on workshop will guide users from MEG data pre-processing through to beamformer source analysis of an existing Elektra TRIUX data set, using the FieldTrip MATLAB based software toolbox. Familiarity with MATLAB will be assumed. There will also be a brief overview of the other major MEG analysis open source software packages NutMEG, MNE, Brainstorm and SPM.
This workshop will be conducted by Dr Tjeerd Boonstra.
Invited symposia and poster session: registration and further information
Hands-on MEG data analysis workshop: SOLD OUT