Mind and Brain Health Seminar Series

Non-Invasive Spatiotemporal Characterization of Feedforward and Feedback Influences in Human Auditory Cortex and Activity Silent Dynamic Processes as Neuronal Correlates of Human Auditory Working Memory
Presenters: Kaisu Lankinen, PhD, & Isil Uluc, PhD

Learning Objectives: 

  • Learn advanced use of fMRI and MEG: investigating hierarchical organization of auditory cortex
  • Describe novel fMRI and MEG methodology that can be used to study human sensory systems
  • Improve understanding of neuronal processes underlying working memory

Target Audience: This webinar is intended for physicians, physician assistants, fellows/residents, pharmacists, nurses, nurse practitioners, allies health professionals, social workers, counselors, students, and researchers.

RSVP Information:  Lunch will be provided to those in attendance, please RSVP directly to Elizabeth Vlock by June 10th, 2024

RSS Description: The Mind and Brain Health Seminar series will bring people together to generate research
collaboration and to make people more aware of what is going on in the neurological sciences across campus and the country.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
There is no fee to attend. Go to: https://unmc.zoom.us/j/92257348805?pwd=dkV2b3NPQnpwMG1DWHhyNksyWkRYZz09
Password: 392190

QUESTIONS?
Contact Elizabeth Vlock at elizabeth.vlock@unmc.edu

Wednesday, June 12 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Event Type

Academics, Grand Rounds & Seminars

Audience

Students, Faculty and Staff, Alumni

College/Department

College of Medicine, Neurology

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