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Jonathan J. Wisco, Ph.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital-NMR Center
Building 149, 13th St., Mailcode 149-2301
Charlestown, MA  02129-2060
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Stephen Smith wrote:
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> 4th International FSL & FreeSurfer Course
> 8-11 June 2004
> Marienberg Castle, Wuerzburg, Germany
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> http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk:8080/fslcourse/2004/
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> Organised by
> FMRIB Centre, University of Oxford
> Dept. of Neuroradiology, University of Wuerzburg
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> Learn the theory and practice of functional and structural brain image
> analysis
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> We are pleased to announce the fourth FSL/FreeSurfer course, run
> primarily by members of Oxford University's FMRIB Centre, as well as
> researchers from MGH, UCLA and Wuerzburg. The course will be held at
> the Fortress Marienberg in Wuerzburg, Germany, immediately before the
> 2004 Human Brain Mapping Conference. Wuerzburg is a short train
> journey from Frankfurt airport, so it should be convenient to attend
> the FSL course before travelling on to HBM in Budapest.
>
> The intensive course covers both the theory and practice of functional
> and structural brain image analysis. Background concepts and the
> practicalities of analyses are taught in detailed lectures; these are
> interleaved with hands-on practical sessions where attendees learn how
> to carry out analysis for themselves on real data, with at most two
> attendees per computer. By the end of the course, attendees should be
> able to fully analyse their own FMRI and MRI data sets.
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> COURSE CONTENT
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> The course is aimed at both new and existing users of these packages
> and will cover both basic and advanced features. The methods covered
> include
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> - NEW: Analysis of diffusion-weighted imaging data, including
>   tractography and related applications
> - GLM-based analysis of FMRI data including Bayesian multi-subject
>   statistics (FSL - FEAT)
> - Model-free (ICA) analysis of FMRI data (FSL - MELODIC)
> - Brain extraction (FSL - BET)
> - Image registration (alignment) and unwarping (FSL - FLIRT/FUGUE)
> - Tissue-type segmentation and structural statistical analysis
>   e.g. atrophy (FSL - FAST/SIENA/SIENAX)
> - Cortical-flattening of images and its applications (FreeSurfer)
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> REGISTRATION
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> Registration is 150 UK pounds for students, 300 pounds for postdocs
> and other non-student academic attendees and 1200 pounds for
> commercial attendees. Course registration fees include computer
> practical sessions, course notes and lunches (and the course dinner is
> paid for by Mirada Solutions & CTI). The registration fee does NOT
> include accommodation.
>
> To register visit the course website at
> http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk:8080/fslcourse/2004/
>
> You will need to organise your own accommodation for the course. See the
> course website for details on suggested hotels.
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> COURSE SPONSORSHIP
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> We are very grateful to Fujitsu-Siemens for their support of the
> course computation component. We are also very grateful to Mirada
> Solutions & CTI for sponsoring this course and for providing the
> course dinner at the Court Wine Cellar, Staatlicher Hofkeller. We also
> thank MRI Devices Corporation and NordicNeuroLab for further course
> sponsorship.
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> For queries email [log in to unmask]
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> Thanks, FMRIB Analysis Group (Oxford) & Andreas Bartsch (Wuerzburg)
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