MNI Interdisciplinary Epilepsy Journal Club
Wednesday, 12:00pm in RM 124
Designed to bring together students studying epilepsy from across the labs at the MNI to discuss diverse issues in the field. The goal of this journal club will be to connect students who are specialized in different approaches (ie basic science, MRI, PET, MEG, EEG, etc) and to increase dialogue and awareness across labs.
Contact: li-yuan.chen [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Debby Chen) (Avoli lab) and jackie.lam [at] mail.mcgill.ca (Jack Lam) (Kobayashi lab)
MEG Journal Club
Tuesdays, 12:00pm, NW123
Each week, one member of the neuroSPEED Lab presents a relevant publication to facilitate discussion about MEG research.
Contact:guiomar.niso [at] mcgill.ca ( Julia Guiomar Niso Galán, PhD)
fMRI Journal Club
Thursdays, 12:00pm, NW125
We will discuss 1-2 fMRI papers, typically featuring those that feature interesting methods or computational models. Only stipulation is that you must read the paper to attend. Bring your lunch if you wish.
Contact: alain.dagher [at] mcgill.ca (Alain Dagher, MD)
Open Methods Meetups
Open Methods Meetups (OMM) are a forum for discussing hands-on technical issues, brainstorming solutions for specific problems, and sharing personal tricks-of-the-trade. This is a great venue for labs at the McConnell BIC to transfer knowledge and to get to know one another.
Brainstorm Training Workshops
Since 2011, the MEG-Core team has organized 30 Brainstorm hands-on training sessions in Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, Japan and the USA, which has attracted more than 1,100 attendees.
FRSQ Quebec Bioimaging Network (QBIN)
Most BIC Faculty members are founding members of the FRSQ Quebec Bioimaging Network (QBIN), which holds regular educational programs.