2021 MBI webinars


Enter the MBI Auditorium through the visitor's entrance.
Enter the MBI Auditorium through the visitor's entrance.

2021 webinars

Monash Biomedical Imaging's 2021 webinar series is underway. Continue to check this website or follow MBI on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn for webinar updates.

Venue

Zoom Webinar. Registrations are essential. Click on webinar link to register.

Enquiries

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

View past webinars

View past Monash Biomedical webinars on our YouTube channel.

DateSpeakerTopic
12.30 - 1.15pm
Thursday,
25 February
Dr Justin Adams and A/Professor Alistair Evans,
Monash University                 
Cyberanatomy reveals the evolutionary secrets of humans and marsupials

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12.30 - 1.15pm
Thursday,
11 March 
Dr Shenjun Zhong and Dr Kamlesh Pawar,
Monash Biomedical Imaging
Embedding is all you need: A machine learning way to analyse white matter tractography streamlines - Dr Shenjun Zhong

Application of artificial intelligence in correcting motion artifacts and reducing scan time in MRI - Dr Kamlesh Pawar

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12.30 - 1.15pm
Thursday,
1 April 
A/Professor Andrew Zalesky and Dr Ye Tian,
University of Melbourne 
Mapping the brain’s remaining terra incognita

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12.30-1.15pm
Thursday,
13 May
Dr Leonardo Gollo and Dr James Pang, Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health Fragility of the human connectome across the lifespan

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12.30-1.15pm
Thursday,
27 May
Professor Cheryl Grady,  University of Toronto Neural correlates of cognitive control across the adult lifespan

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12.30-1.15pm
Thursday,
10 June
Professor Alex Fornito
and Stuart Oldham,
Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
Generative models of the human connectome
12.30-1.15pm
Thursday,
8 July
Dr Brett Paterson, Monash Biomedical Imaging TBC
12.30-1.15pm Thursday,
29 July
Professor Jason Mattingley, Queensland Brain Institute Understanding the neural processes involved in perceptual decisions
12.30-1.15pm
Thursday,
9 September
Dr Rebecca Segrave,
Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
TBC
12.30-1.00pm
Thursday,
14 October
Dr Katharina Voigt,
School of Psychological Sciences, Monash University 
TBC
12.30-1.15pm
Thursday,
11 November
A/Professor Adeel Razi and Devon Stoliker, Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health Neural mechanisms of altered states of consciousness under psychedelics
12.30-1.15pm
Thursday,
25 November
Professor Stephen Nicholls and Dr Kristen Bubb, Victorian Heart Institute TBC
12.30-1.15pm
Thursday,
9 December
Professor Gary Egan,
Monash Biomedical Imaging
Highlights from 2021 and looking ahead to 2022