The Focused Ultrasound Neuromodulation symposium will bring together researchers developing and using ultrasound stimulation as a tool for cognitive neuroscience and clinical applications. This symposium will have a strongly integrative and translational approach from mechanisms, to neural circuits, to applications, from engineering, to neuroscience, to the clinic.
The symposium is organised by Professor Antoine Jérusalem (Engineering Science), Charlotte Stagg (Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging), Lennart Verhagen and Jerome Sallet (both Department of Experimental Psychology).
- Elisa E. Konofagou, Columbia University
- Mikhail Shapiro, CalTech
- Wynn Legon, University of Virgina
- Thomas Heimburg, University of Copenhagen
Registration is now open, please visit the online store.
Registration costs £120 and includes lunch, coffee/tea, social drinks, and college dinner.
Spaces at the symposium are limited so please register now to secure your place.
Abstract submission for posters is now open until 2nd Sept 2019.
For further information including the programme and venue details, please visit the Symposium website.