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'''Important information:'''
* November 7: Full day [[MEGHackathon|hackathon]] at the FAES House, Bethesda MD
* November 7: Focus groups: Multisite Trials and New clinical applications, FAES House, Bethesda MD
* November 7: Welcome evening social event: Downtown Bethesda, MD
* November 8: Scientific sessions at the Natcher Center, NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD
[[MEGHackathon | MEG Hackathon details]]
Abstract submissions open August 1, 2019 through September 13, 2019
[[FullProgram | Full MEG North America Program]]
[[WorkshopAbstracts | Abstract submission information here]]
[[WorkshopAbstracts | Abstract and Poster information]]
[[TravelInfo | Travel information]]
MEG Hackathon project proposals due August 31, 2019
[[MEGHackathon | Hackathon information here]]
'''2019 Symposium Chairs:'''
'''2019 Symposium Chairs:'''

Revision as of 11:45, 23 September 2019

Welcome to the website for the NIH MEG-North America Workshop


The 2019 MEG North America Workshop will be held November 7th and 8th in Bethesda, MD

Register on eventbrite now!

Keynote Speakers:

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Stephanie Jones
Associate Professor of Neuroscience
Brown University

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Svenja Knappe
Associate Research Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Colorado Boulder

Important information:

MEG Hackathon details Full MEG North America Program Abstract and Poster information Travel information

2019 Symposium Chairs:

Dr. Allison Nugent (Director, MEG Core Facility, NIMH, NIH)

Dr. Chris Baker (Chief, Section on Learning and Plasticity, NIMH, NIH)

Steering Committee:

Sylvain Baillet, PhD McGill University, McConnell Brain Imaging Center

Dimitrios Pantazis, PhD Martinos Imaging Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Timothy P. Roberts, PhD The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Julia M. Stephen, PhD The Mind Research Network