January Workshop: Introduction to computational tools used in neuroscience research

By Invitation only.

The goal of this intensive week-long workshop is to expose students and faculty from partner institutions to methods used in computational and cognitive neuroscience research. The workshop will cover select topics in computer science, mathematics and statistics, neuroscience, genomics, and cognitive science. Participants will be introduced to experimental approaches and tools such as fMRI, MEG, and Calcium imaging used to generate experimental data, as well as MATLAB, Python and other software routinely used to analyze experimental data. -

The workshop is offered at MIT once a year in early January. A modified version on-line version is also available.

  • Alejandro and Doris
  • Chris Burge lec 2
  • Ellen and Peter
  • Ernest and Doris
  • Howard Faculty
  • Working with students
  • Working with students
  • Working with students
  • Group discussion
  • Patti in lab
  • QBW2014 lecture
  • Sara Gosline
  • Group work
  • Alejandro and Doris
  • Chris Burge lec 2
  • Ellen and Peter
  • Ernest and Doris
  • Howard Faculty
  • Working with students
  • Working with students
  • Working with students
  • Group discussion
  • Patti in lab
  • QBW2014 lecture
  • Sara Gosline
  • Group work