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Connectomics in neurological impairment and recovery

 Dr Amy Kuceyeski @AmyKuceyeski

 29 July 2021, 4PM Paris time

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https://www.cocolaboratory.com/

Join us live on Zoom  - Meeting ID: 895 8114 6322 / Passcode: CNS

Zoom Link : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89581146322?pwd=QWp1a0ZqZ1I2bk9OUktDOVMrd3BKQT09

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Anatomo-functional organisation of the grasping network in the primate brain

 Dr Elena BORRA @ElenaBorra1

 30 September 2021, 4PM Paris time

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Cortical functions result from the conjoint activity of different, reciprocally connected areas working together as large-scale functionally specialized networks. In the macaque brain, neural tracers and functional data have provided evidence for functionally specialized large-scale cortical networks involving temporal, parietal, and frontal areas. One of these networks, the lateral grasping network, appears to play a primary role in controlling hand action organization and recognition. Available functional and tractograpy data suggest the existence of a human counterpart of this network.

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Predictive Clinical Neuroscience

 Dr André Marquand @amarquand

 25 October 2021, 4PM Paris time

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https://www.ru.nl/english/people/marquand-a/

COVID-19 & the Brain: Insights from the Clinic

What we know and what we don't know 

Dr Julie Helm 

Dr Harith Akram @HarithAkram

28 October 2021, 4PM Paris time

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This year, and the last, has been marked by a serious pandemic, COVID-19. From those who suffered from it, to those who didn't even know they had it, and to those who never caught it, the virus and its spread has impacted all of our lives. With the flurry of information floating around on the internet and on the television, let's take stock and review the available, and trustworthy, literature. 

 

Join us via Zoom or live on our YouTube channel, as we speak with experts to clarify what is known, and unknown, about Covid-19 and its effects on the brain.