After the exclusive Brain Mapping seminar for Hormozgan and Kerman Provinces was a big success, NBML conducted another exclusive seminar for Gilan Province on January, 2nd & 3rd 2019, which was very well received as well.
After the exclusive Brain Mapping seminar for Hormozgan and Kerman Provinces was a big success, NBML conducted another exclusive seminar for Gilan Province on January, 2nd & 3rd 2019, which was very well received as well. In this seminar, basic skills in Electroencephalography and brain stimulation, fMRI and fNIRS was instructed by renowned professors. The complete schedule for the seminar was as follows:
- Basics and principles of tES (Basics of tES, research and clinical applications of tES, a briefing on the function of the device and data acquisition session ) by Dr. Kazemi and Dadeghbeigi
- Basics and principles of TMS (Basics of TMS, research and clinical applications of TMS, the instruments and facilities) by Dr. Kazemi
- Basics and principles of electroencephalography ( Introduction to EEG, clinical applications and importance, introducing the current researches on Brain Mapping with EEG, and a brief description on data acquisition and analysis session) by Dr. Miklaeili and Pourabbasi
- Brain stimulation sessions by Sadeghbeigi
- Basics and principles of fNIRS ( Basics on functions of fNIRS, Basics of the fNIRS instrument and how to use it, clinical applications and research importance, research applications, and acquisition session) by Dr. Dadgostar, Karimi, and Pourabbasi
- Basics and applications of MRI in neuroscience (Basics of imaging and characteristics of MRI images, Applications of DTI structural images in neuroscience) by Dr. Hosseinzadeh
- Basics of fMRI (Basics of Bold, hemodynamic function, Test design, stimulation transition) by Dr. Hosseinzadeh
- Test design and the principles of fMRI data analysis and preprocessing, statistical analysis, GLM, by Dr. Yargholi
- Practical sessions of fMRI data acquisition and data analysis by Dr. Yargholi and MR. Brazegar
Participating in this program was free of charge for faculty members, Ph.D. students, residents, and senior medical students that were received a recommendation letter from the supervisor.