BrainMap Seminar Series: BrainMap seminars are offered by and for researchers using neuroimaging to study human brain structure and function, and for anyone interested in learning about neuroimaging.
Frontiers of In Vivo Optical Imaging: This series is a weekly seminar-based course exploring state-of-the-art optical techniques for in vivo imaging. Each seminar will focus on a specific application of optical technology to investigate biomarkers from the subcellular scale to whole organs in preclinical and clinical settings.
Low Field Lab Seminar Series: This seminar series covers new and novel techniques for low field MRI, including hyperpolarization. Also included are special topics outside the usual realm of MRI which may be of interest to the hardware research community.
Martinos Brain and Cognition Talks: This lecture series covers the broad spectrum of cognitive and neurosciences, including topics such as perception, memory, executive and higher cognitive functions, and more.
Molecular Imaging Seminar Series: This seminar series covers the most novel findings in the fast-developing field of molecular imaging.
Why.N.How Tutorial Series: Every month this series offers two tutorials / workshops built around a common theme. The first session explores why we use a particular tool in neuroimaging; the second, how we turn the cranks of the tool.