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Marcus Raichle visits the Bergen fMRI Group Fall Symposium


Marcus Raichle, Washington University, St. Louis, USA visited the Bergen fMRI Group, and was keynote speaker at the Bergen 2013 fall Symposium: "fMRI - Current Challenges and Future Promises", September 25-27. The Symposium was attended by close to 70 participants from Norway and several other countries. The photo shows Marcus Raichle explaining brain dynamics during an informal conversation-hour on September 25. The Symposium was co-sponsored by the Nansen Neuroscience Network, Oslo.


 

The Bergen fMRI Group received the front cover of Cortex, volume 49, issue 7, 3023 referring to their article in the same issue: Hirnstein, M., Westerhausen, R., Korsnes, M. S., Hugdahl, K. (2013). Sex differences in language asymmetry are age-dependent and small: A large-scale, consonant-vowel dichotic listening study with behavioral and fMRI data. Cortex, 49,1910.1921.


 

Kenneth Hugdahl and the ERC Advanced Grant "VOICE" project about auditory hallucinations has been invited by the ERC President, as one of three projects, to represent ERC advanced grants at an upcoming EU conference in Vilnius, Lithuania in September in the occasion of Lithuania taking over the EU Presidency. Kenneth Hugdahl will present the "VOICE" project on behalf of the entire ERC Team.


 

 

 


 
Guest lecture by Prof. Marcus Raichle

Prof. Marcus Raichle, Washington University, USA, will give a talk titled "Resting state, Default Mode, Network" on September 25, 2013, 14:30 - 15:30, in Egget, Studentsenteret, University of Bergen, Parkveien 1, Bergen.

Marcus Raichle is one of the founders of functional neuroimaging and his discoveries of the neurovascular coupling in fMRI, and more recently the resting state, default mode network are breakthrough milestones in the history of functional neuroimaging.

All are welcome!

Kenneth Hugdahl/ Bergen fMRI group


 
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