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Nov 5, 2019 OHBM Education in Neuroimaging Award 2019: Jeanette Mumford
Jeanette Mumford By Ilona Lipp Every year, the OHBM gives out an Education in NeuroImaging Award, acknowledging significant contributions to education and training in our field....
Oct 31, 2019 Large-Scale Neuroimaging Projects in China
By Bin Lu and Niall DuncanRecent years have seen a number of important themes come to the attention of the global neuroimaging community. The robustness of findings reported in the...
Oct 22, 2019 “Bringing Great Minds Together and Signaling to OHBM in Rome”, Human Brain Mapping Israel 1st Conference
By Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus Israel is a small country, approximately 400 km long north to south and 25 km width at its narrowest point. Despite its small size, Israel is home to six large...
Oct 2, 2019 A Fruitful Rendezvous at SIPS: Neuroimagers Meet Study Preregistration Advocates
By Johannes Algermissen, James Bartlett, Remi Gau, Stephan Heunis, Eduard Klapwijk, Matan Mazor, Mariella Paul, Antonio Schettino, David Mehler  The neuroimaging field has...
Oct 2, 2019 A Fruitful Rendevous at SIPS: Neuroimagers Meet Study Preregistration Advocates
By Johannes Algermissen, James Bartlett, Remi Gau, Stephan Heunis, Eduard Klapwijk, Matan Mazor, Mariella Paul, Antonio Schettino, David Mehler  The neuroimaging field has...
Sep 16, 2019 OHBM OnDemand How-to: Diffusion MRI
By Claude Bajada & Ilona LippInfographics: Roselyne ChauvineExpert editors: Tommy Boshkovski, Nikola StikovNewbie editors: Alina Serbanescu, Adriana Oliveira, Andreia MeseiroIntroductionFor...
Aug 9, 2019 The Brain Imaging Data Structure and the Electrophysiology communities
By Cyril Pernet, Dora Hermes, Chris HoldgrafWe are happy to announce that the Brain Imaging Data Structure (BIDS) now supports all of the major electrophysiology modalities in human...
Aug 9, 2019 The Brain Imaging Data Structure and the Electrophysiology communities
By Cyril Pernet, Dora Hermes, Chris HoldgrafWe are happy to announce that the Brain Imaging Data Structure (BIDS) now supports all of the major electrophysiology modalities in human...
Jul 12, 2019 Using MRI to Understand Neurological Conditions: Multiple Sclerosis
By Ekaterina Dobryakova Brain mapping techniques are a key tool for understanding the pathophysiology underlying neurological and psychiatric conditions. In this interview we interviewed...
Jul 12, 2019 Using MRI to Understand Neurological Conditions: Multiple Sclerosis
By Ekaterina Dobryakova Brain mapping techniques are a key tool for understanding the pathophysiology underlying neurological and psychiatric conditions. In this interview we interviewed...
Jul 10, 2019 The 3rd Annual OHBM Chinese Young Scholars Event
By Ning-Xuan ChenThe 3rd Annual Event of Chinese Young Scholars for OHBM was held on June 11th, during the 2019 OHBM Annual Meeting in Rome. This continued the success from the two...
Jul 10, 2019 The 3rd Annual OHBM Chinese Young Scholars Event
By Ning-Xuan ChenThe 3rd Annual Event of Chinese Young Scholars for OHBM was held on June 11th, during the 2019 OHBM Annual Meeting in Rome. This continued the success from the two...
Jul 4, 2019 Q&A with Michael Breakspear
By Roselyne ChauvinAfter the success of the first Australian chapter meeting and the announcement of the OHBM publishing platform Aperture in 2018, the OHBM communications committee...
Jul 4, 2019 Q&A with Michael Breakspear
By Roselyne ChauvinAfter the success of the first Australian chapter meeting and the announcement of the OHBM publishing platform Aperture in 2018, the OHBM communications committee...
Jun 11, 2019 OHBM 2019 Keynote Interview: Tianzi Jiang
By Ekaterina DobryakovaTianzi Jiang is a Director of the Brainnetome at the Institute of Automation the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, China and a Professor of Neuroimaging...
Jun 11, 2019 OHBM 2019 Keynote Interview: Tianzi Jiang
By Ekaterina DobryakovaTianzi Jiang is a Director of the Brainnetome at the Institute of Automation the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, China and a Professor of Neuroimaging...
Jun 8, 2019 OHBM 2019 Talairach Lecture: Professor Riitta Hari
BY Jessica TurnerThis year’s OHBM Talairach awardee, Professor Riitta Hari, has had a momentous impact in magnetoencephalography (MEG) research. A professor emerita and Academician...
Jun 8, 2019 OHBM 2019 Talairach Lecture: Professor Riitta Hari
BY Jessica TurnerThis year’s OHBM Talairach awardee, Professor Riitta Hari, has had a momentous impact in magnetoencephalography (MEG) research. A professor emerita and Academician...
Jun 6, 2019 OHBM 2019 Keynote interviews: Gil Rabinovici
By Ilona LippWhile there is nothing I would rather research than the brain, I dare say that brain imaging does not always feel like the most rewarding field of science to be in. A single...
Jun 6, 2019 OHBM 2019 Keynote interviews: Gil Rabinovici
By Ilona LippWhile there is nothing I would rather research than the brain, I dare say that brain imaging does not always feel like the most rewarding field of science to be in. A single...
Jun 5, 2019 Q&A with Ayaka Ando, Student and Postdoc SIG Chair
By Chiara Caldinelli; edited by AmanPreet Badhwar Trainees represent more than half of all OHBM members (63% at OHBM 2018 in Singapore). In Singapore, the Student and Postdoc Special...
Jun 5, 2019 Q&A with Ayaka Ando, Student and Postdoc SIG Chair
By Chiara Caldinelli; edited by AmanPreet Badhwar Trainees represent more than half of all OHBM members (63% at OHBM 2018 in Singapore). In Singapore, the Student and Postdoc Special...
May 30, 2019 A Conversation with Early Career Researchers #ECRchat @OHBM
By David MehlerAs we impatiently wait for the upcoming OHBM meeting in Rome, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the awesome experience from previous years. One aspect about OHBM...
May 30, 2019 A Conversation with Early Career Researchers #ECRchat @OHBM
By David MehlerAs we impatiently wait for the upcoming OHBM meeting in Rome, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the awesome experience from previous years. One aspect about OHBM...
May 27, 2019 OHBM2019 Keynotes: Roshan Cools
by Christienne Gonzales Damatac & Roselyne ChauvinRoshan Cools is a Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry and PI at the Donders Institute of Brain, Cognition and Behaviour. Following...
May 27, 2019 OHBM2019 Keynotes: Roshan Cools
by Christienne Gonzales Damatac & Roselyne ChauvinRoshan Cools is a Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry and PI at the Donders Institute of Brain, Cognition and Behaviour. Following...
May 21, 2019 OHBM2019 Keynote Interviews: Thomas Yeo
By Claude Bajada OHBM is a community of neuroscientists interested in neural cartography. It draws upon the traditions of 19th century neural mappers such as the Vogts, Brodmann...
May 21, 2019 OHBM2019 Keynote Interviews: Thomas Yeo
By Claude Bajada OHBM is a community of neuroscientists interested in neural cartography. It draws upon the traditions of 19th century neural mappers such as the Vogts, Brodmann...
May 17, 2019 OHBM2019 Keynote Interviews: Armin Raznahan
GENES, ENVIRONMENT, THE DEVELOPING BRAIN, AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN By Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus One of the most interesting questions when researching the developing brain is the level...
May 17, 2019 OHBM2019 Keynote Interviews: Armin Raznahan
GENES, ENVIRONMENT, THE DEVELOPING BRAIN, AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN By Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus One of the most interesting questions when researching the developing brain is the level...
May 14, 2019 Brain-Art SIG: Evolution and New Perspective for OHBM 2019
By Roselyne Chauvin​Recently, a Brain-Art Special Interest Group (SIG) was created within OHBM. This SIG will be officially managing the Brain-Art competition and exhibits that...
May 14, 2019 Brain-Art SIG: Evolution and New Perspective for OHBM 2019
By Roselyne Chauvin​Recently, a Brain-Art Special Interest Group (SIG) was created within OHBM. This SIG will be officially managing the Brain-Art competition and exhibits that...
May 10, 2019 OHBM Oral History Interview: Peter Fox
Peter Fox is a Professor of Neurology and has been a director of the Research Imaging Institute at the University of Texas Health Science Centre, San Antonio since 1991. He’s...
May 10, 2019 OHBM Oral History Interview: Peter Fox
Peter Fox is a Professor of Neurology and has been a director of the Research Imaging Institute at the University of Texas Health Science Centre, San Antonio since 1991. He’s...
May 3, 2019 OHBM Alpine Chapter Interview
By Shruti Vij & Nils Muhlert Functional MRI has been in use for over 25 years. Despite providing us with a breadth of methods developments and exciting findings about how the brain...
May 3, 2019 OHBM Alpine Chapter Interview
By Shruti Vij & Nils Muhlert Functional MRI has been in use for over 25 years. Despite providing us with a breadth of methods developments and exciting findings about how the brain...
May 2, 2019 25 years of Scientific Meetings in Neuroimaging being Celebrated by OHBM in 2019!
by Aina Puce & Bernard Mazoyer, OHBM Program Committee​In the late 1980’s, neuroimagers were a ragged band of multi-disciplinary researchers with no real home. In search...
May 2, 2019 25 years of Scientific Meetings in Neuroimaging being Celebrated by OHBM in 2019!
by Aina Puce & Bernard Mazoyer, OHBM Program Committee​In the late 1980’s, neuroimagers were a ragged band of multi-disciplinary researchers with no real home. In search...
Apr 30, 2019 OHBM 2019 Keynote interviews: Catie Chang
By Nils MuhlertResting-state fMRI has seen increasing attention over the last decade. The majority of these studies have focussed on static resting state networks, often considering...
Apr 30, 2019 OHBM 2019 Keynote interviews: Catie Chang
By Nils MuhlertResting-state fMRI has seen increasing attention over the last decade. The majority of these studies have focussed on static resting state networks, often considering...
Apr 19, 2019 OHBM Oral History: Peter Bandettini
By Shruti Vij & Nils MuhlertPeter Bandettini has been a key figure in neuroimaging for over 25 years. His career started with earnest, in a PhD working with James S. Hyde and R. Scott...
Apr 19, 2019 OHBM Oral History: Peter Bandettini
By Shruti Vij & Nils MuhlertPeter Bandettini has been a key figure in neuroimaging for over 25 years. Following a PhD working with James S. Hyde and R. Scott Hinks  in Wisconsin,...
Mar 21, 2019 OHBM OnDemand How-To: Machine Learning in NeuroImaging
By Claude Bajada, Simon M. Hofmann and Ilona LippEdited by: Thomas Yeo and Lisa NickersonMachine learning, deep learning and artificial intelligence are terms that currently appear...
Mar 21, 2019 OHBM OnDemand How-To: Machine Learning in NeuroImaging
By Claude Bajada, Simon M. Hofmann and Ilona LippEdited by: Thomas Yeo and Lisa NickersonMachine learning, deep learning and artificial intelligence are terms that currently appear...
Mar 18, 2019 Oral History Series: David Kennedy
Professor David Kennedy is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts. He was a key contributor to the development of functional MRI and diffusion MRI, working in...
Mar 18, 2019 Oral History Series: David Kennedy
Professor David Kennedy is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts. He was a key contributor to the development of functional MRI and diffusion MRI, working in...
Mar 14, 2019 Surveying Open Science practices in the OHBM community: An interview with Dr. Tibor Auer
By Kirstie Whitaker Open science means different things to different people. It includes open data, open source code, preprints, preregistrations, and open access publications. Getting...
Mar 14, 2019 Surveying Open Science practices in the OHBM community: An interview with Dr. Tibor Auer
By Kirstie Whitaker Open science means different things to different people. It includes open data, open source code, preprints, preregistrations, and open access publications. Getting...
Mar 4, 2019 Advancing Open Publishing Together: Aperture Survey Results
By: Elizabeth DuPre with the Aperture working groupsThe Aperture survey has closed, and we’re excited to share the results! Here, we summarize our initial conclusions and outline...
Mar 4, 2019 Q&A with Uta Frith
By Amanpreet Badhwar and the Diversity and Gender CommitteeThe OHBM Diversity and Gender Committee is performing a series of interviews to better understand and address the issues of...
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