Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne has one of the most advanced brain imaging facilities in the world. The entrepiece of this facility is a 306 sensor magnetometer, the only one of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
In order to promote the unique capabilities of magnetoencephalography (or MEG) for basic and clinical research and clinical decision-making a two-day workshop is being held featuring some of the fields most important research leaders. Running over two days it will feature invited talks, a free poster session and a MEG data analysis hands-on computer workshop.
The keynote talks will be organized around three specific themes that highlight the unique features of MEG:
- Non-invasive subcortical imaging
- High resolution functional imaging of auditory, visual and other sensory systems
- Advanced MEG methods for the localisation of brain activity (source analysis)
Venue: Fenix, 680 Victoria St, Richmond, Victoria 3121 http://fenix.com.au
Invited Symposia: 29-30 July 2015
Cocktail Poster Session: 29 July 2015
Hands-on MEG Data Analysis Workshop: 30 July 2015
Check out the website for details….
Prof Susan Rossell
Director of Neuroimaging