Interested in neuroimaging, but not quite sure what comes next?
Neuroimaging Career Event | webinar on 7 December 2022
Join us for a Neuroimaging Career Event on 7 December from 14.00 – 15.30h CET.
Registration is free of charge, but obligatory. This webinar is held via Zoom.
Two neuroimaging experts from academia – Valerio Zerbi (EPFL, Switzerland) and industry – Thomas Bonasera (GSK, UK) will be joining our career panel. They will be sharing with us their personal experiences and insights into their careers, tips and advice; and the steps they took to become the excellent scientists they are today!
We are also delighted to hear from Anouk Lafortune (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions) who will be sharing with us more about their prestigious fellowship scheme.
The three short talks will be followed by one hour of Q&A addressed to the panel, open to any audience member, so please bring along your questions, doubts and curiosities!
This career panel is presented to you by the ESMI’s Neuroimaging Study Group in partnership with the ESMI’s Swiss young Molecular Imaging Community.
Scope, Relevance, and Objectives
Neuro-imaging has become an indispensable tool for a wide range of application fields. Both structural and functional information about the central nervous system encompassing the brain and spinal cord are obtained through imaging approaches. With the neuro-imaging field extending into the realm of “Molecular Imaging”, exciting new doors have been opened to learn about cellular and molecular processes in topics of neurobiology and neuroscience, but also of neurological diseases. Molecular neuro-imaging is playing an increasing role in unraveling cellular and molecular mechanisms and process dynamics, essential for a better understanding of the function of the brain but also for a better grasp on neurological diseases and the development of therapy strategies.
The ESMI Study Group “Molecular Neuro-Imaging” is science driven. It is the declared goal to embrace all in vivo imaging modalities that can serve the purpose of advancing understanding in the neuro-science field. The Study Group welcomes all novel imaging modalities and is eager to validate their utilization for the neuro-field. We will reach out to new technologies, concepts and applications to integrate them for the advancement of neuro-biological, neuro-scientific, and neurological topics.
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Group Review Article
On the Usage of Brain Atlases in Neuroimaging Research
Hess, A., Hinz, R., Keliris, G.A., Boehm-Sturm, P.
Markus Aswendt – Cologne
Hervé Boutin, Manchester
Jan Klohs – Zurich
Bertrand Tavitian – Paris
Louise van der Weerd- Leiden
Stefanie Dedeurwaerdere – Antwerp
Mathias Hoehn – Cologne
- Chair: Philipp Böhm-Sturm, Berlin
- Co-Chair: Selena Milicevic Sephton, Cambridge
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Proceed to the Member Portal and register – it is just 85€/year, 20€/year for PhD students.