Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging


Institute of Neurology
University College London
12 Queen Square
LONDON WC1N 3BG
United Kingdom


Tel: +44 (0)20 3448 4362     
Fax: +44 (0)20 7813 1420     



Brain Meeting

4:15pm: 4th Floor Seminar Room



06 MAR 2015:

No Brain Meeting



13 MAR 2015:

Rainer Goebel
(Maastricht University, The Netherlands)

Cracking mesoscopic coding principles in the human brain with ultra-high magnetic field MRI



20 MAR 2015:

Selina Wray
(Institute of Neurology, UCL)

Understanding the molecular mechanisms of dementia using patient-derived stem cells



27 MAR 2015:

Chris Summerfield
(Oxford University)

Optimal irrationality: when biased decisions maximise reward



04 APR 2015:

No Brain Meeting



10 APR 2015:

Martina Callaghan
(WTCN, UCL)

The Structure-Proton Relationship: What can MRI tell us about brain microstructure?



17 APR 2015:

Michael Frank
(Brown University, USA)

Probing for informativeness on latent states during reinforcement learning



24 APR 2015:

No Brain Meeting



01 MAY 2015:

Miriam Klein-Flügge
(Oxford University)

The imprint of value and perceptual decision making on motor cortex dynamics



08 MAY 2015:

Mate Lengyl
(Cambridge University)

TBA



15 MAY 2015:

No Brain Meeting



22 MAY 2015:

Matteo Carandini
(Institute of Opthalmology, UCL)

Soloists and choristers in a cortical population



29 MAY 2015:

Andy Lee
(University of Toronto, Canada)

Conjunctive representations and coherency in the human medial temporal lobe: from perception to memory and decision-making



05 JUNE 2015:

James Rowe
(Cambridge University)

Selection and stopping in health and disease



12 & 19 JUNE 2015:

No Brain Meetings



26 JUNE 2015:

Kenneth Harris
(Institute of Opthalmology, UCL)

TBA



03 JULY 2015:

Bernadette van Wijk
(WTCN, UCL)

Interacting brain rhythms in health and disease



10 JULY 2015:

Caswell Barry
(ICN, UCL)

The role of grid cells in navigation and memory



31 JULY 2015:

Prof. Joshua Tenenbaum
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Reverse engineering common sense in the human mind and brain