About This Workshop
This 3-day workshop will be held at NIAG on Dey 6-8, 2017. One the first two days, functional and effective brain connectivity will be discussed, and the 3rd day is devoted to structural brain connectivity.
Prof. Mohammad Ali Oghabian
Head of NIAG
PhD, Medical Physics
Tehran University of Medical Sciences.
Dr. Seyed Amirhossein Batouli
He is Ph.D. of Neuroimaging from University of New South Wales, UNSW, Sydney, Australia, and currently is assistant professor of Neuroimaging at Tehran University of Medical Sciences.
He is Ph.D. of Biomedical Engineering and senior researcher at the NIAG.
He is Assistant Professor of Statistics at Shiraz University and Neurostatistics senior researcher at NIAG.
PhD in Neuroscience at Tehran University of Medical
Title of Thesis: Determination of Brain Metabolic Map
Using Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Primary
He is interested in evolutionary basis and cognitive aspects of the brain. As a PhD candidate with Dr. Oghabian, he is interested in studying how the brain solves and produces produce perceptual information from complex social networks these quaeres using neuroimaging.
He is a Ph.D. student in Biomedical engineering at Tehran University of Medical Sciences. His Ph.D. Thesis topic is improving tractography results in peritumoral areas of brain. His research interests include diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and advanced MR imaging.
Functional and Effective Connectivity
- Basics of MRI
- Basics of fMRI
- Introduction to brain connectivity
- Applications of connectivity in research
- Advanced statistical analysis of connectivity
- Functional connectivity data analysis
- Effective connectivity data analysis
- Basics of diffusion imaging
- Neuroanatomy of the brain
- Neuroscience of connectivity
- Diffusion Imaging
- Mathematics of diffusion
- Visualization of tracts