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1ère École d'été


19 & 20 Mai 2015 au Domaine Cataraqui
2141 Chemin Saint-Louis, Québec, QC G1T 1P9


Conférenciers invités

  


Professor in Neurology & Neurosurgery and Biomedical Engineering


Université McGill

                   

Dr. Collins' laboratory develops computerized image processing techniques such as non-linear image registration and model based segmentation to automatically identify structures within the human brain. These methods are applied to understand the healthy brain, from early childhood to old age. The methods are also applied for image guides neurosurgery and in neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease.


Assistant Professor in Radiology


Havard University

Dr. Greve has been a core programmer of the FreeSurfer neuroimaging analysis package since 1999. His research interests include multi-modal integration, registration, fMRI time series analysis, and PET analysis.


Professeur adjoint, Département de radiologie


Université Laval

Dr. Duchesne est chef du Laboratoire de donnes, informations et connaissances médicales au sein du Centre de recherche de l'Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Québec et est professeur adjoint au Département de radiologie de la Faculté de médecine de l'Université Laval. Son but de recherche est de développer des solutions logicielles d'aide au diagnostic pour résoudre des problèmes criants en neuropsychiatrie.
Mallar Chakravarty, PhD

Assistant professeur, Department de psychiatry
and biomedical engineering

McGill University

Dr. Chakravarty is interested in the anatomy of the brain. His group develops and uses novel computational neuroanatomical methods to better understand how the brain changes through development, aging, and in illness and how the dynamics of brain anatomy are influenced by genetics and environment.  He leads a dynamic multi-disciplinary group at the Computational Brain Anatomy (CoBrA) Laboratory at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute.

Jorge Armony, Ph.D


Associate professor, Department of psychiatry


Douglas Institute

McGill University

Dr. Armony's reseach focuses on the neurobiology of emotional processing and its interaction with other cognitive systems, such as attention and memory, in healthy humans and in individuals sufferings from psychiatric and neurological disorders. To do so, he uses a variety of techniques such as functional and structural MRI, and, more recently, EEG, MEF and NRIS.

Programmation




Journée 1

19 Mai

Morphométrie par IRM 

 De la théorie à l’application

8h15 - 8h45

8h45 – 9h00

9h00 – 10h00

Accueil des participants et inscription (café et viennoiseries)

Mot de bienvenue

Morphometry tools in cognitive neuroscience research: best thing since sliced brain or just another phrenological fad (J.Armony)

10h00-11h15

Image acquisition, conversion and pre-processing (S. Duchesne)

11h15-11h30

11h30-12h30

12h30-13h30

Pause

Image processing: registration to issue classification (M.Chakravarty)

Lunch

13h30-14h30

14h30-15h45

15h45-16h00

16h00-17h00

17h00-19h00

18h00-20h00

Group analyses (L.Collins)

Anatomical Bran Analysis with FreeSurfer (D.Greve)

Pause

Table ronde

Cocktail

Petite introduction à LINUX en terminal





Journée 2

20 Mai

Atelier pratique d'introduction à MINC

8h30 - 9h30

 

9h30 – 10h30

10h30-10h45

10h45-12h15

12h15-13h30

13h30-15h30

15h30-15h45

15h45-17h15

17h15-17h30

Installation de la plateforme MINC sur les ordinateurs portables (S. Duchesne, M. Chakravarty)

Introduction to the MINC platform and MINC online ressources (L.Collins)

Pause café

Image acquisition, conversion and pre-processing (S. Duchesne)

Lunch

Image processing: registration to tissue classification (M.Chakravarty)

Pause café

Group analyses (L.Collins)

Mot de la fin


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