Maths in the Brain 2021
Innovations in the application of mathematical methods in neuroscience
After a successful launch in 2019, Maths in the Brain will bring together researchers in Victoria with a shared interest in understanding the brain from a quantitative perspective. Leading experts will meet in person to present their latest work on mathematical modelling of brain structure and function to understand how disease affects the brain and how coordinated brain activity gives rise to perception and cognition.
The event is sponsored by the Brain Mapping and Modelling Research Program of the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, in partnership with Monash Biomedical Imaging. Early career researchers will have an opportunity to present their work at the poster and flash talks sessions.
29 November 2021
This is an in-person meeting located at:
Monash Biomedical Imaging - Auditorium
770 Blackburn Road, Clayton, VIC 3800
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Call for abstracts (CLOSED)
We are now accepting abstract submissions for the ECR session. Submitted abstracts will be presented in the poster session and the highest quality abstracts will be selected for the Flash Talk session (3 slides in 3 minutes). Registration is free and submitted abstracts will be presented in the poster session. The highest quality abstracts will be selected for the Flash Talk session (3 slides in 3 minutes). Abstract submissions close 1 September 2021. Submit your abstracts here.
Further information and registration
A/Prof Adeel Razi
Head, Computational and Systems Neuroscience Laboratory
Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
T: +61 3 9905 0109