Workshop on Laminar fMRI – Virtual

February 14 – 17, 2022 – VIRTUAL

The combination of high field (7Tesla and above) imaging with increasingly sophisticated data analysis tools has led to a surge of research using functional MRI acquisitions to examine the behavior of individual cortical layers of the brain.  This workshop will focus on teaching the acquisition and analysis tools needed to contribute to this research.


Please include an informal statement describing your background (academic, clinical, research, industrial, other) and experience with spinal cord imaging and functional neuroimaging. This is also an opportunity to state what you most hope to get out of the program. This biosketch will be distributed to the faculty and other course participants. It should be no more than two paragraphs in length. PLEASE: Make the biosketch informal. It is intended to introduce you to the other participants and staff, not to apply for a job.
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A reduced rate is available to graduate students with a letter of verification from their department chair. NOTE: MDs and PhDs do not qualify for the graduate student rate and are expected to pay the full fee. However, if a post-doctoral applicant is paying out-of-pocket (rather than the more normal grant-funded or institutionally-funded payment), then a discounted rate is available. We need to receive your tuition payment promptly. Course fees are refundable up to 30 days prior to the session. A $200 fee will be deducted, should you cancel and request a refund between 30 days and 21 days (3 weeks) prior to the start of the program. After that, the tuition can be applied to a future program, or 50% refunded. Please email with any questions.
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