Sylvius Lectures

Christian Beckmann, Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging

Date & Time: 16 March 2017, 4.30 pm
Location: LUMC, Main Building, College room 1, J-1

Prof Beckmann's research focus is on developing novel methods for imaging neurosciences.
Over the last two decades neuroimaging has made significant contributions to our understanding of human brain function. The indirect nature of the data requires sophisticated modeling and analysis approaches in order to infer interpretable quantities of interest.
Prof Beckmann leads a multi-disciplinary team with research foci that cover a range of subjects from the analysis of Neuroimaging data, via the development of novel tools for general image and signal processing, to the technology development for imaging biomarkers and advanced diagnosis systems for the neural system. In doing so, we use a variety of imaging techniques, such as MRI, FMRI, MEG, EEG etc and integrate this with other types of data, such as Genetic or questionnaire information.

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