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January 27, 2016

Speaker: Dr Raphael Kaplan, Intitute of Neurology, University College London, UK


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Human neuroimaging has revealed the anatomical correlates of remembering past experiences and weighing decisions. Notably, these same re...

December 4, 2015

Speaker: Dr Jaime Kawadler, Developmental Imaging and Biophysics, University College London, UK


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October 21, 2015

Speaker: Dr Leonardo Cerliani, Brain and Spine Institute, Salpetriere Hospital, Paris.


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One of the mantras all of us inherited from our first lessons in neuroanatomy is that in the brain connectivity determines function...

July 30, 2015

Speaker: Professor Yaniv Assaf, The George S. Wise Life Sciences Faculty, Tel Aviv University.


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Professor Yaniv Assaf joined Tel Aviv University in 2004. After completing his BSc, MSc and PhD degrees at TAU, he pursued a...

January 9, 2015

Speaker: Dr Chris Rorden, University of South Carolina.

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July 3, 2014

Speaker: Dr David Cole, TNU, University of Zurich.


Functional magnetic resonance images acquired in the absence of overt experimental stimulation, or 'resting-state' fMRI data, are increasingly embraced for their potential to open new avenues of huma...

September 16, 2013

Speaker: Dr Nina Dronkers, University of California, Berkeley.


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Classic models of language comprehension have focused on the left posterior superior temporal gyrus as the key region involved in language comprehension. Ho...

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