15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping

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15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (HBM2009)
Location: San Francisco California United States of America Map
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15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping took place 2009 June 18-23 in San Francisco at the San Francisco Marriott at 55 Fourth Street.

Over 2200 posters was displayed with abstracts available online at

http://www.meetingassistant3.com/OHBM2009/

The conference was split between a Talairach Lecture, keynote lectures (e.g., with Robert Zatorre), morning workshops, oral and poster sessions, exhibits, symposia including a local organizing committee symposium and educational courses.

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[edit] Morning workshops

Three parallel workshops ran on all four days.

[edit] Friday

[edit] Saturday

[edit] Sunday

[edit] Monday

  • Pittsburgh Brain Connectivity Competition 2009: Mapping the Human Connectome

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[edit] Imaging genetics

With talks by Hao-Yang Tan, Nelson Freimer, Thomas E. Nichols and Jean-Baptiste Poline.

Hao-Yang Tan talked about:

Nelson Freimer talked among other issues about

Freimer talked well for genomewide association analyses. Whole genome sequencing is coming, — but there is no very good models for them. He do not think much of candidate gene analysis.

Jean-Baptiste Poline talked about databases for managing large cohort imaging genetics studies:

[edit] Abstracts

  1. Evaluation of the influence of uncertain forward models on the EEG source reconstruction problem

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