Symposium date: Oct. 10, 2023
Registration: closed
Abstract submission deadline: closed

The Center for Mesoscale Mapping at Massachusetts General Hospital and the HST-based Neuroimaging Training Program are pleased to announce “Mesoscale Brain Mapping: Bridging Scales and Modalities in Neuroimaging,” a new symposium bringing together researchers using a range of imaging techniques to study brain function at the intersection of the micro- and macro- scales. The symposium will be held on October 10, 2023.

The in-person event will include presentations by featured speakers Laura Lewis, PhD; Jonathan Polimeni, PhD; Elizabeth Hillman, PhD; and Anastasia Yendiki, PhD, and a fireside chat with Bruce Rosen, MD, PhD and Jeff Lichtman, MD, PhD. In addition, the symposium will offer a poster session (open for submission by all in-person attendees), panel discussions led by our senior faculty with audience participation encouraged and flash oral abstract presentations.

Space is limited. Please register as soon as you are committed to attend.

The event will be open to the public and hosted in the well-equipped conference rooms on the Assembly Row campus of Mass General Brigham, which is easily accessible both by car and by public transportation.

0-3 hours is free, 4-5 hours $5, 5-6 hours I $15, 6+ hours is $27.  (parking fees not included with attendance).

You can pre-order a box lunch through Stacey Ladieu, otherwise there are many options at Assembly Row to grab lunch.

Featured Speakers

Moderators and Panelists

Planning Committee