Functional MRI Analysis
Functional MRI is one of the most widely used methods in (cognitive) neuroscience. The analysis of fMRI data is however a multidisciplinary endeavour and requires multiple processing steps.
- Target group
- Serge Rombouts (Professor of Methods of Cognitive Neuroimaging) Wouter Weeda (Assistant Professor)
Enrollment deadline is 8 June 2016.
In this 2-day workshop we will teach you both basic fMRI analysis and more advanced techniques. On day 1 you will learn how to perform and check pre-processing (filtering, motion correction and registration) and how to set-up and analyze single-subject and multi-subject designs.
On day 2 the focus will be on more advanced techniques. We will cover advanced registration techniques and techniques for connectivity analysis for both task and resting-state data.
The course is taught using the FSL analysis software suite.
No knowledge of fMRI analysis is required, but due to limited time, we highly recommend some previous experience with fMRI analysis.