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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.
   
Interested in presenting a topic? Email '''Fred Carver at carverf@nih.gov''' if you would like to present.
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Interested in presenting a topic? Email '''Fred Carver at carverf@nih.gov''' or '''Jeff Stout at stoutjd@nih.gov''' if you would like to present.
   
 
Notifications of upcoming talks are sent to the [https://list.nih.gov/cgi-bin/wa.exe?A0=meg_announce 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.
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**Slides: [[Media:Neurofeedback_Review.pdf|Neurofeedback Review]]; [[Media:RT-MEG.pdf|Real-time Beamforming]].
 
**Slides: [[Media:Neurofeedback_Review.pdf|Neurofeedback Review]]; [[Media:RT-MEG.pdf|Real-time Beamforming]].
   
== Recent Tutorials ==
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== Previous Tutorials and Training ==
   
 
*Jeff Stout, [[MNE Python Tutorial 10 01 21]]
 
*Jeff Stout, [[MNE Python Tutorial 10 01 21]]
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*NIMH MEG Core Staff, [[NIH MEG Short Course 2018]] -- Useful training materials.
   
 
== Special Interest Groups ==
 
== Special Interest Groups ==

Revision as of 15:46, 8 December 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 or Jeff Stout at stoutjd@nih.gov if you would like to present.

Notifications of upcoming talks are sent to the MEG_ANNOUNCE listserv.

Upcoming Talks/Discussions

  • 01/14/2022 at 1:00pm Club Meg: (Tutorial) MEG Group Data Analysis in AFNI and MNE Python - Fred Carver & Jeff Stout
  • 01/28/2022 at 1:00pm ML SIG: (TBD)
  • 02/11/2022 at 1:00pm Club MEG: (Journal Club) Connectivity Journal Article (TBD) - Megan Parker
  • 02/25/2022 at 1:00pm ML SIG: (Presentation) Decoding Pipeline [1][2] - Leonardo Claudino
  • 03/10/2022 at 1:00pm Club MEG: (Presentation) Using Information Theory for MEG Studies - Stephen Robinson
  • 04/22/2022 at 1:00pm Club MEG: (Journal Club) Consolidation of human skill linked to waking hippocampo-neocortical replay - Ethan Buch
  • 05/13/2022 at 1:00pm Club MEG: (Presentation) - Jess Gilbert
  • 06/10/2022 at 1:00pm Club MEG: (Presentation) Communication Between the Amygdala and Cortex in the Context of Face Processing - Kunjan Rana
  • 07/15/2022 at 1:00pm Club MEG: (Presentation) - Shruti Japee

Recent Talks/Discussions

Previous Tutorials and Training

Special Interest Groups

  • Machine Learning Special Interest Group: ML SIG

Meeting monthly on the 4th Friday of every month 1-2pm.
Contact Jeff Stout for more information if you are interested in joining.

Prior ML SIG topics

References

  1. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211124721005398?via%3Dihub Consolidation of human skill linked to waking hippocampo-neocortical replay Ethan R.Buch, Leonardo Claudino, Romain Quentin, Marlene Bönstrup, Leonardo Cohen
  2. https://github.com/hcps-ninds/Replay ANALYSIS CODE: Consolidation of human skill linked to waking hippocampo-neocortical replay