2018 Lecture Slides

8/6/2018 Introduction to Neuroanatomy & Experimental Design. Presented by John Jonides, University of Michigan.

8/7/2018 MRI Physics I & MRI Physics II.  Presented by Doug Noll, University of Michigan

8/8/2018 Review of MRI Physics 1 & MRI Physics 2  & The BOLD Response Presented by Doug Noll, University of Michigan

8/9/2018 Noise & Artifacts in fMRI Presented by Luis Hernandez-Garcia, University of Michigan

8/9/2018 Clinical Applications of fMRI.  Presented by Benjamin Hampstead, University of Michigan

8/10/2018 – Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) Presented by Robert Welsh, University of Utah

8/10/2018 – Non-BOLD Methods: Arterial Spin Labeling. Presented by Luis Hernandez-Garcia, University of Michigan

8/10/2018 – SPM Introduction. Presented by Scott Peltier, University of Michigan

8/12/2018 –Intro to Stats. Presented by Jeanette Mumford, University of Wisconsin-Madison

8/13/2018 – Monday Lectures of Jeanette Mumford, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Overview

General Linear Model

First Level fMRI Modeling

Contrasts

Introduction to Collinearity

Overview of Lab

8/14/2018 – Tuesday Lectures of Jeanette Mumford, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Variance Inflation

Efficiency & Design Optimization

Statistical Power in Neuroimaging

Reproducibility Problem

Common Models and Contrasts

8/14/2018 Multivoxel pattern-based real-time fMRI presented by Stephen LaConte, Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute

8/15/2018 Wednesday Lectures of Jeanette Mumford, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Group analysis

Multiple Comparisons

Cluster Failure

Outliers

Circular Analysis

8/16/2018 – Psychophysiological Interactions (PPI) presented by Jeanette Mumford, University of Wisconsin-Madison

8/16/2018 – Effective Connectivity–Causality Lecture presented by Luis Hernandez-Garcia, University of Michigan

8/16/2018 – Resting State Connectivity  & Basic Graph Theory Primer presented by Scott Peltier, University of Michigan

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