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AFNI workshop

Organizers: M Ida Gobbini and Sam Nastase

Dates: September 9, 10, and 11

Location: Thayer - Maclean 210

Space is limited, so registration is required to attend. Please contact Sam Nastase (samuel.a.nastase@dartmouth.edu) if you would like to register.

The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience and the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences will be hosting an AFNI workshop on September 9-11. Robert Cox and Ziad Saad from the NIH will be leading the workshop. Topics will range from hands-on AFNI basics to more advanced topics such as mixed effects models, functional and structural connectivity, etc. The sessions will run from 8:30am to 5:30pm each day in Maclean 210 on the Thayer campus. Breakfast and coffee will be available at 8am, as well as lunch and an afternoon coffee break. Sessions may extend beyond 5:30pm to cover additional topics.

Schedule

 

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

8:00-8:30

breakfast breakfast breakfast

8:30-10:15

AFNI Interactive fMRI: start to middle SUMA

10:15-10:30

coffee break coffee break coffee break

10:30-12:15

Alignment fMRI: middle to end Advanced SUMA

12:15-1:30

lunch lunch lunch

1:30-3:15

Regression Group analysis Functional/structural connectivity

3:15-3:30

coffee break coffee break coffee break

3:30-5:30

Advanced regression models Group analysis: hands-on InstaCorr / group InstaCorr

Last Updated: 9/5/14