Event Schedule 2018-2019

1-Nov Reiner Goebel Real-time fMRI Neurofeedback and Brain-Computer Interfaces Leiden LIBC Colloquia
9-Nov Edward Vogel Dissecting the focus of attention in working memory Utrecht Helmholtz Lectures
22-Nov Christian Büchel How expectations can shape pain Nijmegen Donders lectures
23-Nov Wolfram Schultz The dopamine reward signal Zeist Swammerdam lectures
29-Nov Music and Brain Masterclass Leiden LIBC Colloquia
30-Nov Keisuke Suzuki Studying consciousness with virtual reality Amsterdam ABC lectures
5 upt 7 Dec EPOS / Helmholtz Winter school “Inhibition” Amsterdam EPOS
10-Dec Emrah Düzel t.b.a. Maastricht M-BIC Lectures
21-Jan Ingrid Johnsrude t.b.a. Maastricht M-BIC Lectures
25-Jan Holly Bridge Investigating the pathways underlying residual vision in hemianopia Utrecht Helmholtz Lectures
25-Jan Tristan Bekinschtein Arousal fluctuations and cognitive control Amsterdam ABC lectures
28-Jan Hartwig Siebner Brain networks and brain stimulation Maastricht M-BIC Lectures
11-Feb Jessica Dubois Imaging brain development in infants Maastricht M-BIC Lectures
14-Feb Yael Niv Carving the world into useful task representations Nijmegen Donders lectures
15-Feb Matthew Longo Distorted body representation in healthy cognition Utrecht Helmholtz Lectures
8-Mar Francesca Happé Theory of Mind and autism: 30 years on Nijmegen Donders Lectures
11-Mar Nitzan Censor t.b.a. Maastricht M-BIC Lectures
15-Mar Andrew Whiten t.b.a. Leiden LIBC Colloquia
26-Mar Helen Mayberg t.b.a. Amsterdam ABC lectures
29-Mar Philippe Tobler Brain systems underpinning risk taking Amsterdam ABC lectures
10-Apr Hugo Critchley t.b.a. Leiden LIBC Colloquia
14-May David Poeppel t.b.a. Amsterdam ABC lectures
27-Jun Catherine Harmer How do antidepressant drugs work? Nijmegen Donders Lectures
27-Sep Karel Svoboda t.b.a. Nijmegen Donders Lectures
24-Oct Marina Bedny Neurocognitive development: insights from studies of blindness Nijmegen Donders Lectures
14-Nov Paul Taylor Unraveling pathogenic mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases Nijmegen Donders Lectures