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The 16th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping will be held from the 6 to the 10 of June 2010 in Barcelona, Spain at the Palau de Congressos de Catalunya.
The meeting is one of the most significant neuroimaging conferences in the field and draws and attendance of around 2500 attendees each year. The HBM meeting boasts a combination of exciting scientific programs and social events.
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) is committed to the involvement of trainees in its annual meetings and offers a limited number of travel awards, which provide funds to help reimburse travel expenses for trainees attending the conference.
The program will feature The Talairach Lecture (a prestigious honor) named after famed neurosurgeon Jean Talairach, that this year will be presented by György Buzsáki from Rutgers University, Newark, NJ. Buzsáki’s primary interests are brain oscillations, sleep and memory.
Different lectures with the name of The Keynote Lectures of approximately 30 minutes will be presented during the Meeting. This year presentations will be from Randy Buckner, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (Topic: Memory), from Pascal Fries, Donders Institute, The Netherlands (Topic: Oscillations, Information Processing), from Eleanor Maguire, University College London, London, UK (Topic: Memory; Decoding Spatial Representations in Hippocampus), from Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim, Germany (Topic: Genetics), from Adrian Owen, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK (Topic: Neuroimaging in Disorders of Consciousness) from John Rothwell, University College London, London, UK (Topic: Cortical Physiology, TMS), from Wim Vanduffel, Harvard Medical Center, Charlestown, MA (Topic: Comparative Neuroimaging Across Species)
Different Symposiums, Morning Workshops and Educational Courses will cover the rest of this Annual Meeting. The Palau de Congressos de Catalunya is at Diagonal Avenue at the side of the Hotel Juan Carlos I.