2020 MBI Seminars

Time

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Enter the MBI Auditorium through the visitor's entrance.

Start: 12:30pm
Finish: 1:00pm or 1.30pm - click on abstract and bio link for details.

Venue

Zoom Webinar - click on abstract and bio link to register.

Enquiries

T: +61 (3) 9905 0100
E: enquiries.mbi@monash.edu

DateSpeakerTopic
Tuesday,
11 February
Professor Habib Zaidi,
Geneva University Hospital         
Quantitative molecular imaging: The past, the present, any future?

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Monday,
17 February 
Professor Peter Robinson,
The University of Sydney 
Interrelating multi-scale brain structure and dynamics via modeling

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Thursday, 11 June Dr Mana Biabani,
Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health

Assessing cortical properties using TMS-EEG: promises and challenges

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This seminar will be delivered via Zoom

IMPORTANT: Time change - 1.30pm - 2pm

Thursday, 9 July Dr Zhaolin Chen,
Monash Biomedical Imaging
Machine learning based biomedical image reconstruction

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This seminar will be delivered as a Zoom Webinar. Register here.
Thursday, 13 August Professor Antonio Verdejo-Garcia,
Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
Obesity and the craving brain

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This seminar will be delivered as a Zoom Webinar. Register here.
Thursday, 10 September Dr Ian Harding and Ms Louisa Selvadurai,
Monash University
Multi-modal and multi-site imaging in rare diseases: A spotlight on Friedreich ataxia

This seminar will be delivered as a Zoom Webinar. Register here.
Thursday, 1 October Dr Xiaojun Chang,
Faculty of Information Technology,
Monash University
Auxiliary signal-guided knowledge encoder-decoder for medical report generation

This seminar will be delivered as a Zoom Webinar. Registrations open soon.
Thursday, 8 October Associate Professor Matthew Pase and Associate Professor Yen Ying Lim,
Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
Alzheimer’s disease dementia and its causes: Recent findings, challenges, and future directions.
 
This seminar will be delivered as a Zoom Webinar. Registrations open soon.        
Thursday,
12 November
Dr Sharna Jamadar and Ms Winnie Orchard,
Monash Biomedical Imaging 
The neuroscience of parenthood

This seminar will be delivered as a Zoom Webinar. Registrations open soon.
Thursday, 10 December Professor Gary Egan,
Monash Biomedical Imaging
Highlights from 2020 and looking ahead to 2021