News & Events

fMRI Seminar Series

Spring 2017


Jean Zarate, PhD (Associate Editor, Nature Neuroscience)

Title: "Publishing in Nature Neuroscience"


Jiansong Xu, MD, PhD (Yale Psychiatry)

Title: "The implication of balanced excitation and inhibition in fMRI study"


Stephanie Noble (Yale Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program)

Title: "Factors influencing the reliability of functional connectivity: multiple scanners, amounts of data, and multivariate methods"


Richard Betzel, PhD (University of Pennsylvania Biomedical Engineering)

Title: "Flexibility and control of brain network dynamics"


Dylan Gee, PhD (Yale Psychology)

Title: "Sensitive Periods of Frontolimbic Circuitry Development and Risk for Anxiety"


No Seminar


No Seminar


Kevin Anderson (Yale Psychology)


No Seminar


No Seminar


Emily Lindemer (MGH/HST Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging)


James Haxby, PhD (Dartmouth College Psychological and Brain Sciences)

Talks begin promptly at 10am and are held in The Anlyan Center room N203 -- one floor above MRRC, at 300 Cedar St.
Coffee and donuts will be served.

If you have any questions, please contact Emily Finn (emily dot

Past fMRI Seminar Series

Seminars & Conferences

Bioimaging Sciences Seminar Series

Tuesdays at 4pm, Weekly
Fall 2016 Schedule

The Anlyan Center, Room N135
300 Cedar St
New Haven, CT 06519

fMRI Seminar Series

Thursdays at 10am, Weekly
Fall 2016 Schedule

The Anlyan Center, Room N203

Neuromolecular Imaging Seminar Series

YSM, Trask Room (LMP 3-108) 
Fridays at 4pm, Bi-Weekly
Click here for schedule

Refreshments served 15 minutes prior to start of seminar. For further information on these seminar series or to be included on the announcement mailing lists, please contact:

Lesley Nadeau  (203) 785-6199

Bioimaging Sciences Seminar Series

August 27, Tuesday (1 pm) at Brady auditorium (310 Cedar Street)

Imaging the Human Connectome: Innovations in Methodology and Initial Results

Kamil Ugurbil (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN)

September 10, Tuesday (4:15 pm) at N135 TAC (300 Cedar Street)

Intraoperative Optical Biopsy of Tumor Margins and Lymph Nodes during Breast Cancer Surgery

Stephen Boppart (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL)

November 19, Tuesday (4:15 pm) at N135 TAC (300 Cedar Street)

New in vivo 31P MRS approach for studying intracellular NAD+/NADH redox state and metabolism in living brains

Wei Chen (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN)

December 10, Tuesday (4:15 pm) at N135 TAC (300 Cedar Street)

Metabolic Brain Networks in Neurodegenerative Disorders

David Eidelberg (Feinstein Institute, North Shore, Long Island, NY)

Past Bioimaging Sciences Seminar Series