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Introducing the Cambridge Connectome Consortium

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The networks group and the MRC CBU connectivity interest group are delighted to announce the launch of the Cambridge Connectome Consortium, a new forum for brain-connectivity researchers in Cambridge. The aim of the Consortium is to hold regular monthly meetings, to host internal and external speakers, and to fly in big names to Cambridge from the UK and the wider world.

The Cambridge Connectome Consortium meetings will be held at the MRC CBU lecture theatre and not on Downing Site. The address is 15 Chaucer Road (click for map). These meetings will be held in addition to our regular networks meetings on Downing Site.

The first meeting will be held at 11am on Tuesday 02 October and will feature two internal presentations by Ameera Patel and Prantik Kundu, both at the Brain Mapping Unit. Ameera and Prantik will both speak about optimized preprocessing strategies for functional MRI .

This talk is part of the Brain Mapping Unit Networks Meeting and the Cambridge Connectome Consortium series.

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