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Brain-In-Depth Symposium


Impressionen des CBBS geförderten Symposiums "Brain-In-Depth 2018", Fotos: (c) CBBS Magdeburg


BID 2018 is the follow-up symposium of the BID-Symposium 2017 (here link to the program of 2017) that took place at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig, Germany, and which was a great success.

BID 2018 brings together experts from all over the world who work on layer-dependent imaging in humans using 7 Tesla MRI. BID 2018 covers different aspects of layer-dependent imaging, from acquisition protocols to analyses techniques (structural and functional) up to theoretical models and clinical applications of layer-dependent imaging at 7 Tesla.

We are excited that a number of high-profile, international speakers will join the symposium. There will be a poster session at the end of the symposium.


Keynote Speakers: 

Jonathan Polimeni, Harvard Medical School, USA

Laurentius Huber, NIH, USA

Julio Acosta-Cabronero, UCL, UK


Poster session: 

Attendence is possible with and without a poster. Researchers who have worked on layer-dependent imaging in the past are encouraged to present a poster.



Participation will be free-of-charge. Registration is required because only limited places are available. Places are provided based on a first come, first serve basis. There will be a separate evaluation for poster registration. Please register here.



BID 2018 is funded by a Grant of the Center for Behavioral and Brain Sciences (CBBS) Magdeburg.


For more information see: here


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