Journal Club

Reading group meetings on Fetal MRI regularly take place about every two weeks and are held on a rotating basis at the Imperial College London and University College London. People interested in joining are always welcome and if you think that this reading group will also benefit your research, then simply drop an email to Michael Ebner (UCL) or Amir Alansary (Imperial College London) for further information.

 

Upcoming:

6 December 2017 at UCL:
Marami, B., Mohseni Salehi, S. S., Afacan, O., Scherrer, B., Rollins, C. K., Yang, E., … Gholipour, A. (2017). Temporal slice registration and robust diffusion-tensor reconstruction for improved fetal brain structural connectivity analysis. NeuroImage, 156, 475–488.

 

Past Papers:

Reading group meetings on Fetal MRI regularly take place about every two weeks and are held on a rotating basis at the Imperial College London and University College London. People interested in joining are always welcome and if you think that this reading group will also benefit your research, then simply drop an email to Michael Ebner (UCL) or Amir Alansary (Imperial College London) for further information.

 

Upcoming:

June 27, 2016 at Imperial College:

- Habas et al. (2010). A spatiotemporal atlas of MR intensity, tissue probability and shape of the fetal brain with application to segmentation. NeuroImage, 53(2), pp.460–470.

- Habas et al. (2009). A Spatio-temporal Atlas of the Human Fetal Brain with Application to Tissue Segmentation. In Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention – MICCAI 2009. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 289–296.

 

Past Papers:

The DRC Neuro Journal club meets weekly on Fridays, 10am, in the DRC on 8-11 Queen Square. The administrators for the journal club are Tom Veale and Tess Verneuil.

 

The presentations planned for the 2018 Journal Club season can be seen here. 

 

If you would like to receive information about forthcoming journal club meetings, please sign up here

 

Upcoming Presentation:

June 1, 2018, DRC Meeting Room, 10 am

Presenter: Catherine Scott

Paper: 

Foster CM, Kennedy KM, Horn MM, Hoagey DA, Rodrigue KM.
Both hyper- and hypo-activation to cognitive challenge are associated with increased beta-amyloid deposition in healthy aging: A nonlinear effect.
Neuroimage. 2018 Feb 1;166:285-292. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2017.10.068.