Below is the timetable for MfD 2012 - 2013 . Meetings are held on Wednesdays from 13.00-14.00 in the 4th Floor Seminar room at 12 Queen Square, FIL, UCL.

Methods for dummies is a course taught by its participants, and aims to give a basic introduction to human brain imaging analysis methods, focusing on fMRI and M/EEG. The course is open to anyone who is willing to commit to giving at least one of the lectures of the course. Don't worry if you don't know much, you'll get help preparing your lecture!

Lots of you have volunteered to give talks on topics that you don't know much about, which is great! If you need help or ideas on your presentation here are some suggestions. First we recommend that you take a look at the Presenters' Guide. At the top of the page in Resources you can also find links to important sources of information, including links to previous MfD presentations. Don't just copy the old slides though, as many things have changed over the years; make sure your information is up to date!

Remember, the aim is to make these topics understandable to people like yourselves, who may know very little about statistics, imaging or SPM. You're not trying to teach experts. When you are planning your talk, please bear in mind that we've had lots of requests for practical examples. For some of the topics it would be great to include examples or even a short demonstration on the user interface, to illustrate what you are describing.

For further information or to be added to the mailing list, contact one of this year's organisers:
Giles Story: g.story at ucl.ac.uk
Mona Garvert: mona.garvert.11 at ucl.ac.uk