Brain imaging methods can provide unique complementary knowledge that other methods cannot; namely, insights into what cognitive/perceptual/emotional mechanisms might produce the outcome demonstrated by common behavioral methods.

The main aim of this conference is to provide examples of cutting edge brain imaging research in multiple fields exploring field-essential questions. Importantly, the conference is aimed towards being useful both for researchers with large, and for those without any, experience with brain imaging methods. For more information and to sign up at latest the 2nd of March click here.

Tentative program

07:45-08:40 – Registration and morning coffee

08:40-08:50 – Welcome, Professor Clas Hättestrand – Vice President, Stockholm University

08:50-09:00 – Conference Opening, Professor Göran Hansson – Secretary General, Royal Academy of Sciences

09:00-09:45 – Psychology – Professor Robert Zatorre, McGill University, Canada

09:45-10:15 – Coffee break

10:15-11:00 – Language: Scanning and stimulating speaking Professor Kate Watkins, Oxford University, UK

11:00-11:45 – Philosophy – Professor Adina Roskies, Dartmouth College, US

11:45-13:00 – Lunch break

13:00-13:45 – Education: Educational neuroscience: examples from studies of learning concepts and mathematics – Professor Lars Nyberg, Umeå University, Sweden

13:45-14:45 – Panel discussion – the future of neuroimaging in human sciences

14:45-15:15 – Coffee break

15:15-16:30 – Poster session – Transform your behavioral study to an imaging study

16:30-17:00 – How to start your first brain imaging study using fMRI – Senior Research Engineer, Rita Almeida, Stockholm University

17:00-17:30 – How to start your first brain imaging study using EEG  – Assistant Professor Mikael Lundqvist, Stockholm University