It is with great pleasure that we are announcing the 2nd edition of the MEG@McGill Comprehensive Training Program in 2015. Following the success encountered last March, we will be providing again a series of practical and hands-on training sessions this November.
The first day of training (Nov 16) will consist of basic lectures (physiology, time-series analysis, imaging, cross-frequency coupling, connectivity) and practical examples from MEG users (language, audition, multimodal processing, vision, real-time neurofeedback, etc.). Our keynote will be Dr. Sylvain Williams (McGill), who will provide an electrophysiologist’s perspective on the phenomenon of phase-amplitude coupling.
Nov 17-20 - limited to 12 seats - will be for small break-out groups to design studies, actually collect and learn how to analyze data using Brainstorm. The week will end with a study competition and a night out in town.