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Multimodal Brain Imaging

Draft for PhD-course in

Multimodal Brain Imaging: The Connected Brain

Auditorium 93, Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet

Moderator: Olaf B. Paulson

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

09.00-09.30	Ian Rowland PhD, Danish Research Centre for Magnetic
                Resonance (DRCMR), Hvidovre University
                Hospital. Molecular brain imaging with MR,
                possibilities and limitations  
09.30-10.00	Tom G. Bolwig: Brain Mapping with EEG recording (QEEG)
10.00-10.30	Susana Aznar, PhD, Neurobiology Research Unit,
                University Hospital Rigshospitalet. Interactions
                between Neuroreceptor Systems 

10.30-11.00	Break

11.00-12.00	Anders Hay-Schmidt, PhD Serotonergic projections
12.00-12.30	Gitte Moos Knudsen, Neurobiology Research Unit,
                University Hospital Rigshospitalet. Molecular Brain
                Imaging: Perspectives for Multimodality Cross

12.30-13.15	Lunch

13.15-14.00	Christer Halldin, Professor, DMSc, Neuroscience
	        Center, Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm. Molecular
	        Brain Imaging: Available tracers and applications  
14.00-14.30     Egill Rostrup MD, Danish Research Centre for Magnetic
                Resonance, University Hospital Hvidovre. Fibre
                tracking with MR diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) 

14.30-15.00	Break

15.00-15.45 	Karl Zilles, Juhlich/Düsseldorf Transmitter receptors
                and functional anatomy of the cerebral cortex 
15.45-16.30	Balázs Gulyás PhD, Associate Professor, Neuroscience
                Center, Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm Explorative
                analysis of neuroreceptor subsystems in the human

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

09.00-09.30	Christian Gerlach, PhD, Learning Lab,
                Denmark. Functional brain imaging: What can it tell
09.30-10.00	Martin Lauritzen, Dept. Neurophysiology, Glostrup
                University Hospital. Reading vascular changes in brain
                imaging: Is dendritic calcium the key? 
10.00-10.30     James Rowe, Dept. Neurology,
                Rigshospitalet. Functional connectivity as assessed
                with fMRI 

10.30-11.00	Break

11.00-11.45	Will D. Penny, Wellcome Dept. of Imaging Neuroscience,
         	London, UK.  Modelling functional integration: a comparison of
	        structural equation and dynamic causal models. 

                Pending. Molecular Brain Imaging: Perspectives for
                Multimodality Cross Fertilization 

12.15-13.00	Lunch

13.00-13.30	Finn A. Nielsen, PhD. Databasing the Brain - Neuroinformatics 

13.30-14.00	Lars Kai Hansen, Professor, PhD, Institute for
                Mathematical Modelling, Danish Technical University. Multivariate
                models in neuroimaging  
Organized by Gitte Moos Knudsen.

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