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Spinoza User Meetings (SUM) consist of a combination of lectures from outstanding national and international scientists in the fields of cognition, neuroscience and neuroimaging, updates on ongoing projects at Spinoza, and instructions on common procedures at Spinoza.

SUMs are Tuesdays from 16:00 to 17:00 (Netherlands time) and everyone is welcome to attend. Meetings are in hybrid format, i.e. both in person and via Zoom.

Upcoming events

Date (Host) Title and speaker

24-09-2024 @ 1PM (Myrte) TBD
Saskia Bollman
University of Queensland, Australia

08-10-2024 (Ilona) TBD
Jan Kurzawski
Maastricht University, Maastricht

15-10-2024 @ 12PM (Myrte) TBD
Jacob Paul
University of Melbourne, Australia

22-10-2024 (Ilona) Attention alters population tuning in human visual cortex
Sam Ling
Boston University, USA

29-10-2024 (Wietske & Myrte) Functional Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: Tracking Neurometabolic Shifts in Response to Stimuli
Anouk Schrantee
Amsterdam UMC, Amsterdam

12-11-2024 (Wietske & Myrte) SPECTROS: Neurometabolite and BOLD response during OCD Symptom Provocation at 7T
Chris Vriend
Amsterdam UMC, Amsterdam

03-12-2024 (Wietske & Myrte) TBD
Martijn Cloos
University of Queensland, Australia

Past events

Date (Host) Title and speaker

11-06-2024 (Serge & Ilona) Experimental research on altered states
Michiel van Elk
Leiden University, Leiden

21-05-2024 (Wietske) Tracking millisecond time in the human brain: from sensory features extraction to perception
Domenica Bueti
International School for Advanced Studies - SISSA, Trieste, Italy

23-04-2024 (Myrte) Ultra-high field imaging of the little brain
Nikos Priovoulos
Spinoza Centre for Neuroimaging, Amsterdam

16-04-2024 (Ilona) We are agents, not observers: On the interdependence of perception, memory, and behavior
Matthias Nau
Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam

28-11-2023 (Wietske) Studying human brain physiology and function in a naturalistic manner
Cesar Caballero-Gaudes
BCBL, San Sebastian, Spain

29-09-2023 (Serge) 7T Birthday mini-symposium
Peter Luijten UMCU
Rainer Goebel Maastricht University

20-06-2023 (Wietske) The Status of Imaging Biomarkers for Psychiatric Disease
Gabi Ende
ZI Mannheim, Germany

09-05-2023 (Wietske & Bobby) In vivo 31P MRS in the human brain: frontiers and innovations
Lijing Xin
EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland

25-04-2023 (Serge) Line-scanning MRI
Luisa Raimondo
NIN & Spinoza

14-03-2023 (Nikos) Cerebellar contribution to fear learning
Dagmar Timmann
University Hospital Essen

07-03-2023 (W&L with NIN) Research culture
Karla Miller
University of Oxford, UK

21-02-2023 (Serge) Multisensory processes across the lifespan: from core phenomena to clinical applications
Micah Murray
CHUV Lausanne, Switzerland

14-02-2023 (Wietske) Accelerating beyond the sound limit
Thomas Roos

07-02-2023 (Tomas) BIDScoin: converseren to standard Brain Imaging Data Structure (BIDS)
Marcel Zwiers
Donders Institute, NL

31-01-2023 (Wietske & Luisa) How to scan 100,000 people: Brain imaging in UK Biobank
Karla Miller
University of Oxford, UK

24-01-2023 (Nikos) Computational models of working memory in the human and non-human primate brain
Jorge Mejias
Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences, Netherlands

17-01-2023 (Marco) Organization of Neuronal Activity Across the Brain
Matteo Carandini
UCL, London, UK

10-1-2023 (Tomas) New data-export procedures at Spinoza
Tomas Knapen

Meeting information

Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 836 8595 2269 Password: 457022

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