September 20, 2013: Diffusion Tensor Imaging

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About Simons Foundation Presidential Lectures

Simons Foundation Presidential Lectures are free public colloquia centered on four main themes: Biology, Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science, and Neuroscience and Autism Science. These curated, high-level scientific talks feature leading scientists and mathematicians and are intended to foster discourse and drive discovery among the broader NYC-area research community. We invite anyone interested in the topic to join us for this weekly lecture series.

20 September 2013, 12:30-5:30 p.m. Eastern
Gerald D. Fischbach Auditorium at the Simons Foundation
160 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

The Neuroimaging Symposia provide a venue for presenting and discussing the latest technical approaches, methods and algorithms in neuroimaging. The symposia are intended to inform and engage those interested in understanding and applying these techniques. Attendees will include New York City area faculty, postdoctoral and clinical fellows, students and technical staff. Guests are invited to meet the speakers and mingle during the mid-afternoon break.

To view slides from Karla Miller’s lecture, DTI Image Acquisition, click here.

To view slides from Brian Wandell’s lecture, DTI Analysis and Tractography, click here.

To view slides from Stephen Smith’s lecture, Human Connectome Project, click here.


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