Adam Smith-Collins to present at CRICBristol CRAFTs, 19 May 2016
9 May 2016
CRICBristol CRAFTs sessions return on Thursday, 19 May, 2016 as Dr Adam Smith-Collins will be presenting an introduction to Dynamic Causal Modeling.
Dr Smith-Collins is part of the Neonatal Neurology group, which has several projects currently ongoing at CRICBristol. His main research interests are on understanding the structure and functions of the neonatal brain, especially in infants born preterm.
Dynamic Causal Modeling (DCM) is an analysis technique which involves looking for causality in functional MRI data.
The session will take place at 1pm in the CRICBristol seminar room, where refreshments including biscuits and hot beverages will be available.
If you are interested in giving a talk on your chosen area of research at a future CRAFTs session, please contact Dr Jonathan Brooks at Jon.Brooks@bristol.ac.uk or Sandra Berlau Neumann at sandra.neumann