Each year we are pleased to be able to offer a two week intensive summer program on advanced topics in neuroimaging. The purpose of this course is to provide a solid foundation in state-of-the-art functional neuroimaging methods. The course covers all aspects of MRI-based neuroimaging data acquisition, experimental design, and data analysis. In addition, students will interact closely with these lecturers in hands-on laboratory exercises and data analysis projects.
Responding to comments in prior years, we have increased the number of labs and peppered them throughout the day.
Our program is targeted to investigators with significant experience in neuroimaging who are eager to gain more tools and knowledge to apply to their work. This year we once again will have an extraordinary faculty of internationally known experts.
We archive our webcasts at Livestream.com. The (Video) for any lecture links to a recorded video. You can see the archived 2013 summer program at our video on demand web page.
Thanks to the generosity of the United States National Institutes of Health we are able to offer the course without tuition and are able to cover the costs of lodging for students form outside of the LA area. The program is open to applicants worldwide (though we are unable cover costs of travel). We are able to admit about 35 students each year.
The course will feature hands-on laboratory sections in neuroanatomy and image analysis, demonstrations of EEG-fMRI and an opportunity to design experiments and collect data at the UCLA Center for Cognitive Neuroscience imaging laboratory.
The lectures are available live in real-time at http://ctrl.ucla.edu/video/nitp/.
Please note that the schedule below is for 2014.
Final Course Evaluation
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Final Evaluation Form
after completing the course,
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The UCLA Neuroimaging Training Program is funded by generous awards from the National Institutes of Health, grant numbers R90 DA022768 and T90 DA023422