On SFN Neuroscience 2015 in Chicago I presented two posters.
One was about optimizing 7T fMRI in the basal ganglia during the stop signal task, the other one about modelling the HRF as to link its shape not computational cognitive models.
I’m delighted that our paper on the problems of disentangling the BOLD signals from the subtantia nigra and subthalamic nucleus has been published online.
You can find it here (pdf).
(Also mentioned in a Tweet by NeuroSkeptic: “Subversive”!)
My paper with EJ Wagenmakers, Lourens Waldorp and Birte Forstmann on the ‘in limbo approach’ has been accepted in PLOS ONE. You can download the latest version here.
I implemented a little wrapper for fast-dm which makes it easier to use fast-dm in a python environment. You can fide the code on github
. There is also an IPython notebook
. that shows how to use it.
Last week I presented my poster “An antidote to the imager’s fallacy, or how to identify brain areas that are in limbo” at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping conference in Hamburg. A wonderful week with many inspiring talks and meetings. You can download my poster here.
My paper on an iron gradient in the Subthalamic Nucleus has been published in Human Brain Mapping.
de Hollander, G., Keuken, M. C., Bazin, P.-L., Weiss, M., Neumann, J., Reimann, K., Wähnert, M., Turner, R., Forstmann, B. U. and Schäfer, A. (2014), A gradual increase of iron toward the medial-inferior tip of the subthalamic nucleus. Hum. Brain Mapp.. doi: 10.1002/hbm.22485 (pdf)
I gave a workshop on using Python for data analysis in Cognitive Neuroscience.
You can find the slides here and a corresponding IPython notebook here.
I will give the talk about the In Limbo project this afternoon (11 november 2013), San Diego time, 14:15 at meeting room 7B. You can find the slides here.
Code can be found here.
My poster for SFN 2013 is ready. You can find it here. I will present it on sunday 10 november at 8am in hall BH.