FUNC MAGNETC RESONANCE IMAGING

PSY762.01

The course covers all aspects of functional magnetic resonance imaging, from its basic principles in physics, engineering, biophysics, and physiology; through computational, analytic, and signal processing issues; to its applications in neurobiology and cognitive neuroscience. The course will consist of weekly lectures and integrated laboratory sessions. Lectures will be given by BIAC faculty, and will incorporate primary readings in the field to encourage discussion. The laboratory sessions will involve analysis of fMRI data sets that illustrate issues discussed in the lectures. Students will gain experience both in the theoretical principles of fMRI and in the practical aspects of experimental design and data analysis. Instructor: Ad

Day / Time: 

Th 1:25PM-4:55PM

Location: 

TBA

Instructor: 

Harshbarger, Todd

Section: 

01