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Posters and talks from PiNG Members at the 2017 OHBM meeting in Vancouver, Canada

PiNG representation at OHBM 2017

The Organisation of Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) meeting was held in Vancouver, Canada from June 25 - 29th and a large number of the Physiological Neuroimaging group attended, presenting five posters, and giving two talks.


Charlie Stagg gave a talk at a satellite meeting (Brain Stimulation and Imaging) prior to OHBM.  The talk was entitled: "Towards Causality: Combining non-invasive brain stimulation and neuroimaging to understand neuroplasticity".

James Kolasinski was awarded a Merit Abstract Award for his submitted poster on "Linking cortical architecture and perception: a mechanistic role for GABA?”.  He gave a talk as part of the Oral Session on Perception and Attention.

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Five posters were presented by members of the group across the four days of the conference:

Adam Steel: "Opposing effects of rewards and punishment during skill learning"

Ainslie Johnstone: "Integrity of M1-M1 tracts predicts neurochemical response to tDCS in non-stimulated hemisphere"

Emily Hinson: "Visualising the timing effects of cathodal tDCS on motor task performance using concurrent fMRI"

Jacob Levenstein: "Clinical acute stroke imaging of motor deficits using VLSM and white matter track based analyses"

Julia Nantes: "Functional dynamics of the medial temporal lobe in autoimmune epilepsy linked to neuronal antibodies"