Lightning Talks: Open Science Resources for Neuroimaging Research

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Health Discovery Building 1.208 | 1701 Trinity Street

The Department of Diagnostic Medicine presents the next event in the Computational Neuroimaging Seminar Series. The format for this presentation is a series of lightning talks; each focused on open science tools, data or other resources for accelerating your research.

•    Openly Shared Data for Your Research, Theses and Grant Proposals
     Cameron Craddock, PhD, associate professor, University of Texas at Austin, Dell Medical School

•    Primate Data Exchange: Facilitating Comparative Neuroscience
     Daniel Margulies, PhD, associate professor, L'Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle Épinière

•    OpenNeuro: Data Standards, Data Sharing and Computational Resources for Improving the Reproducibility of Neuroimaging Research
     Chris Gorgolewski, PhD, research engineer, Stanford University

•    Nipype and BrainBox: Tools for Implementing and Crowd Sourcing High-throughput Neuroimaging Data Processing and Analysis
     Satra Ghosh, PhD, research scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

•    Managing Your Neuroimaging Analysis Ecosystem with NeuroDebian and DataLad
     Yaroslav Halchenko, PhD, research assistant professor, Dartmouth College

•    Web-based Applications for Manually Assessing and Correcting Neuroimaging Data
     Anisha Keshavan, PhD, post doctoral fellow, University of Washington, eScience Institute