I am delighted to be attending this year’s Organization for Human Brain Mapping Conference in Vancouver, Canada. I’ll be presenting a poster on Monday and speaking in Wednesday morning’s nanosymposium on Relating Connectivity to Inter- and Intra-Individual Differences in Attention and Cognition. Click here or on the image below for a PDF version of my poster.
I attended this year’s Organization for Human Brain Mapping Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Click here or below for a PDF version of my poster.
This March, I was delighted to speak at the 3rd annual Whistler Scientific Worshop on Brain Functional Organization, Connectivity and Behavior in Whistler-Blackcomb, B.C. Thanks to the organizers and attendees for their helpful feedback and an enjoyable conference. Click here or below for a PDF version of my conference submission.
Next week, I will be presenting my latest work in fMRI at the Society for Neuroscience conference in Chicago. The poster showcases the results of an effort to remove noise from fMRI data from a naturalistic movie paradigm. The results of intra-subject correlation analysis show that our denoising efforts revealed responses that were much more reliable across runs, including many areas that did not look consistent when standard preprocessing techniques were used. To see my abstract, click here, or click below for the full poster. To see it in person at SfN, come by poster #CC69 on Tuesday from 8am-12pm. I’ll be standing by it from 9-10am.
This week I attended the Organization for Human Brain Mapping conference in Honolulu. I was a co-author on two posters: one from LIINC that adapted my NEDE experimental design software to make a flight simulator to study pilot-induced oscillations, and one from SFIM that applied multi-echo denoising to a gradually-changing fMRI paradigm and validated the results with simultaneous EEG data. Click below to see the abstracts and posters.
I have accepted a post-doctoral position at the NIH, working with Peter Bandettini’s Section on Functional Imaging Methods! The laboratory focuses on methods in fMRI, as well as using these methods to open new avenues of fMRI research and applications. This includes avenues of research in MRI physics, signal processing, engineering, and machine learning. I am excited to be joining the team starting this fall!
Timeline of SFIM members.