The annual Longitudinal MRI Workshop brings together local and international leaders in longitudinal MRI studies for an insightful one-day program. Packed with presentations and seminars, the workshop brings the latest research advances in the field with a focus on training-induced plasticity, neurodevelopmental trajectories, and longitudinal structural MRI methods. A highlight of the workshop will explore novel techniques for traumatic brain injury patients.
Coordinated by Professor Karen Caeyenberghs from Deakin University, this event has been produced in collaboration with the INTS Organising Committee. Speakers include Adjunct Assistant Professor Emily Dennis and Assistant Professor Elizabeth Wilde from Utah University.
This event is designed as a post-conference workshop following the International Neurotrauma conference and is open to all delegates.
Morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea is provided. There is no cost to attend, but registration is essential for catering purposes (separate to INTS 2020 registration). Spaces are limited, so register as soon as possible by emailing email@example.com
Date and time
Friday 3 April 2020
Tower 2, Level 12
727 Collins Street
Docklands VIC 3008