OHBM 2023 Educational Courses

OHBM 2023 Educational Courses will kick-off this year's event on Saturday, July 22nd at the Palais des congrès de Montréal in Montréal, Canada.

Click here to register!


Full Day Courses

Beyond blobology: advances in statistical inference for neuroimaging
Organizers: Wouter Weeda, Samuel Davenport, Thomas Nichols, and Bertrand Thirion


Making Quality Control Part of Your Analysis: Learning with the FMRI Open QC Project
Organizers: Jo Etzel, Ph.D, Daniel Glen, and Paul Taylor


NeuroAI: artificial neural networks as models of the brain in cognitive neuroscience
Organizers: Isil Poyraz Bilgin, Pierre Bellec, and Elizabeth DuPre


Physiologic fMRI signals: friend or foe? How and why to measure, model, and account for physiology.
Organizers: Stefano Moia, Molly Bright, Cesar Caballero-Gaudes, and Kristina Zvolanek


Tractometry: Peering into the white matter
Organizers: Ariel Rokem, Catherine Lebel, Francois Rheault

Whole-brain, Connectome-based Models of Brain Dynamics: From Principles to Applications
Organizers: Davide Momi, Joana Cabral, John Griffiths


Half day courses

Acquisition and analysis of in vivo markers of 'Excitation and Inhibition' in humans
Organizers: Viola Hollestein

Best practices for robust and reproducible neuroimaging meta-analysis
Organizers: James Kent and Alejandro De La Vega

Neuroanatomy and Its impact on Structural and Functional Imaging (In Memory of Karl Zilles)
Organizers: Nicola Palomero-Gallagher and Hiromasa Takemura

Open and reproducible neuroimaing: From study inception to publication
Organizers: Guiomar Niso, Rotem Botvinik-Nezer, Aaron Reer, and Jochem Rieger