- An overview of imaging modalities used in neuroscience research.
|A course series to help C/T researchers utilize imaging technology.||Advanced Imaging for C/T Researchers|
Are you interested in using imaging as a tool to unlock the neuroscience questions in your research? Do you need an overview of the different imaging modalities available? Would you like the opportunity to network with neuroimaging experts in the Harvard community? If you answered yes to these questions, we invite you to participate in this new and exciting course.
Imaging in Neuroscience is a three-day course designed to provide attendees with an overview of the utility of imaging in research related to the neurosciences, while also offering the opportunity to network with local neuroimaging experts in the field. This course will (1) introduce attendees to the different neuroimaging approaches commonly used in human neuroscience research; (2) convey the potential and limitations of these approaches; (3) expose attendees to data analysis approaches for MRI and MEG; and (4) present the different systems being used for human optical studies.
The course will consist of didactic lectures in addition to interactive components designed to give participants a more practical approach to using neuroscience imaging in their research. The content of the course will be broken down into the following topics:
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Dates and Location
The application for the course will close at 5pm on March 14, 2013. All applications and supervisor endorsements must be submitted by the deadline to be eligible. Register by clicking the Apply button above.
Upon completion, participants will receive a certificate of course participation.
Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 19.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
*Harvard Catalyst's Postgraduate Education Program offers first priority to applicants who are current Harvard students, faculty, or current employees of Harvard University, its ten schools, and its seventeen Academic Healthcare Centers (AHC), or students at Boston College School of Nursing, MIT, or Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. A complete list of participating institutions can be found on the About Harvard Catalyst page. External applicants not affiliated with the National CTSA Consortium are accepted for $840 when space is available. For additional details, please contact course developer, Danielle Thomson (E-mail or 617-432-2331).