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Welcome to the wiki page for the NeuroImaging Journal Club at the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt). We will meet in the Mellon Institute (MI; corner of 5th & Bellefield) biweekly to discuss current controversies and advancements in the field of brain imaging (broadly construed). This includes fMRI, TMS, DTI, MEG, EEG, etc.
NeuroImaging Email Distribution List
You can sign up here to add yourself to the email list we use to announce journal club meetings, local talks of interest, etc.
Pittsburgh NeuroImaging Wiki
We have a dedicated wiki for the Pittsburgh NeuroImaging community to post items of interest to the group. The front page of the wiki can be found at the following link: Pittsburgh NeuroImaging Wiki.
Journal Club Meeting Schedule
Link to previous semesters:
- Archive, Spring 2010
- Archive, Summer/Fall 2010
- Archive, Spring 2011
- Archive, Fall 2011
- Archive, Spring 2012
- Archive, Fall 2012
Current: Spring, 2013
NOTE: next meeting highlighted in green below
- Tuesday, January 15 @ 2:00pm; MI Social Room (3rd Floor) Presented by Arava Kallai (postdoc, Psychology-Pitt) - The Negative BOLD Response
- Tuesday, January 29 @ 2:00pm; CNBC Conference Room (MI 115) Presented by Stephen Foldes (postdoc - Pitt, Human Rehab. & Neural Engineering Ctr.) - Peripheral Nerve Regeneration Influences on Functional and Structural Brain Changes
- Tuesday, February 12 @ 2:00pm; CNBC Conference Room (MI 115) Presented by Lindsay Victoria (grad. student - CMU, Psychology) - Neuroimaging of Rapid Evaluations with Minimal Information
- Tuesday, February 26 @ 2:00pm; CNBC Conference Room (MI 115) Presented by Elissa Aminoff (postdoc, CNBC-CMU) - Neuroimaging of Hysteresis vs. Adaptation
- [primary] Schwiedrzik CM, Ruff CC, Lazar A, Leitner FC, Singer W, Melloni L (2012). Untangling Perceptual Memory: Hysteresis and Adaptation Map into Separate Cortical Networks. Cereb Cortex. htmlpdf
- [background] Mur M, Ruff DA, Bodurka J, Bandettini PA, Kriegeskorte N (2012). Face-identity change activation outside the face system: "release from adaptation" may not always indicate neuronal selectivity. Cereb Cortex. 20(9):2027-42. htmlpdf
- Tuesday, March 12; NO MEETING (Spring Break)
- Tuesday, March 26 @ 2:00pm; CNBC Conference Room (MI 115) Presented by Chris Paynter (grad student - Psychology, CMU) - High-Resolution Granger Causality from Standard Resolution fMRI Data
- McFarlin DR, Kerr DL, Nitschke JB (2013). Upsampling to 400-ms Resolution for Assessing Effective Connectivity in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data with Granger Causality. Brain Connect. 3(1):61-71. pdf
- Tuesday, April 9 @ 2:00pm; CNBC Conference Room (MI 115) Presented by Daniel Leeds (grad student - CNBC, CMU) - Reconciling Neuroanatomical Nomenclature
- Tuesday, April 23 @ 2:00pm; CNBC Conference Room (MI 115) Presented by Gina Leckie (grad student - Psychology, Pitt) - Effects of DHA Supplementation on Cortical Activity
- McNamara, R. K., Able, J., Jandacek, R., Rider, T., Tso, P., Eliassen, J. C., ... & Adler, C. M. (2010). Docosahexaenoic acid supplementation increases prefrontal cortex activation during sustained attention in healthy boys: a placebo-controlled, dose-ranging, functional magnetic resonance imaging study. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 91(4), 1060-1067. htmlpdf
- EpiBrain Journal Club: Brain Imaging Applications in Epidemiological Studies of Older Adults website announcement