The human subcortex remains terra incognita, a largely uncharted territory. Long-term efforts and advances in neuroanatomy, ultra-high field MRI, deep brain recording, and cognitive modeling are painting a rich and varied picture, which has very direct implication in fundamental and clinical neuroscience. This workshop aims to bring together some of the world’s experts in the subcortex to discuss recent results from multiple techniques and foster interactions within this often disregarded region of the brain.
Jonathan Lau, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
James Rowe, Cambridge University, UK
Matthan Caan, Amsterdam University Medical Center, the Netherlands
Ye Tian, University of Melbourne, Australia
We are grateful for the support of the Amsterdam Brain and Cognition (ABC).
See the full program for details.
All presentation times are given in the Amsterdam timezone (UTC+1). Note that the unusual presentation times have been chosen in order to accommodate our speakers from different continents. Presentations from agreeing speakers will be recorded and posted on our youtube channel.
Registration is free but mandatory, by filling this form before February 25, 2021:
All workshop participants must agree to and follow our Code of Conduct below.
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