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Club MEG is our version of a journal club. We welcome NIH MEG researchers to lead discussions on any MEG topic, including interesting papers, experiment ideas, analysis techniques, or finding from your research.
 
Club MEG is our version of a journal club. We welcome NIH MEG researchers to lead discussions on any MEG topic, including interesting papers, experiment ideas, analysis techniques, or finding from your research.
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Interested in presenting a topic? Email '''Fred Carver at carverf@nih.gov''' if you would like to present.
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Notifications of upcoming talks are sent to the [https://list.nih.gov/cgi-bin/wa.exe?A0=meg_announce MEG_ANNOUNCE] listserv.
  
 
== Upcoming Talks/Discussions ==
 
== Upcoming Talks/Discussions ==
  
 
*'''Friday, 10/22, at 2:00pm''' -- Dr. Stephen Robinson will discuss the fundamentals of beamformers, common misunderstandings and mistakes in application, and what to consider in experimental design. Newcomers and longtime MEG Core users alike are encouraged to attend. Email Anna Namyst at namystam@nih.gov for the Zoom link if you are not on the MEG_ANNOUNCE listserv.
 
*'''Friday, 10/22, at 2:00pm''' -- Dr. Stephen Robinson will discuss the fundamentals of beamformers, common misunderstandings and mistakes in application, and what to consider in experimental design. Newcomers and longtime MEG Core users alike are encouraged to attend. Email Anna Namyst at namystam@nih.gov for the Zoom link if you are not on the MEG_ANNOUNCE listserv.
 
Notifications of upcoming talks are sent to the [https://list.nih.gov/cgi-bin/wa.exe?A0=meg_announce MEG_ANNOUNCE] listserv.
 
 
Interested in presenting a topic? Email '''Fred Carver at carverf@nih.gov''' if you would like to present.
 
  
 
== Recent Talks/Discussions ==  
 
== Recent Talks/Discussions ==  

Revision as of 09:15, 15 October 2021

Club MEG is our version of a journal club. We welcome NIH MEG researchers to lead discussions on any MEG topic, including interesting papers, experiment ideas, analysis techniques, or finding from your research.

Interested in presenting a topic? Email Fred Carver at carverf@nih.gov if you would like to present.

Notifications of upcoming talks are sent to the MEG_ANNOUNCE listserv.

Upcoming Talks/Discussions

  • Friday, 10/22, at 2:00pm -- Dr. Stephen Robinson will discuss the fundamentals of beamformers, common misunderstandings and mistakes in application, and what to consider in experimental design. Newcomers and longtime MEG Core users alike are encouraged to attend. Email Anna Namyst at namystam@nih.gov for the Zoom link if you are not on the MEG_ANNOUNCE listserv.

Recent Talks/Discussions

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