reminder for upcoming talks in Oct

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Raamana, Pradeep Reddy

Oct 1, 2021, 5:18:30 PM10/1/21
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Hi Everyone,


Just a quick reminder for upcoming talks this moth.:

  • Oct 6th 11am EDT: Dr. Paul Wighton on “Overview of perspective motion detection and correction methods in neuroimaging
  • Oct 12 11am EDT : Dr. Thomas T. Liu : “Noise contributions to the fMRI signal: An Overview
  • Oct 26 11am EDT : Drs. Linden Parkes and Alex Fornito on Review and comparison of retrospective motion correction strategies

We will very likely have another talk below on Oct 21 if the currently scheduled time on Oct 21st 11am – 12.30pm EST doesn’t change (waiting on two others):


  • Drs. Peter Bandettini (NIH), Nikolas Weiskopf (MPI), Lawrence Wald (MGH Martinos), Harold Moller (MPI) and others TBD: “Behind the scenes look at the practical operations of Big MR Imaging Centres with QA and QC processes in mind



Other info:

  • all events will be posted on this calendar you can subscribe to 
  • all events will happen on this zoom room (see at the end of this page for other ways to join via phone call etc)
  • all of them will be video recorded, and posted in this playlist
  • all are welcome to suggest topics or speakers, including nominating themselves or their colleagues, via this form






Assistant Professor,

Department of Radiology,

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.


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Raamana, Pradeep Reddy

Oct 4, 2021, 9:50:04 PM10/4/21
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Just a note to confirm an exciting panel discussion on MR Imaging Centre operations on Oct 21st from 11am – 12.30pm EST. Speakers and panelists include Drs. Peter Bandettini (NIH), Nikolas Weiskopf and Harold Moller (MPI), Lawrence Wald and John Kirsch (MGH Martinos) and few other of their colleagues as available: “Behind the scenes look at the practical operations of Big MR Imaging Centres with QA and QC processes in mind”.


Please join us and ideally share any questions already so we can effectively answer/debate them.


The rough overall goal is to learn what QA & QC processes are employed by different centres and understand their rationale. In doing so we hope to 1) identify any open challenges, 2) learn from each other, and 3) to develop/share/improve best practices.




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