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Resting-State and Brain Connectivity 2018

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From 2018-09-24 to 2018-09-29

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Educational course:
Jeanne Timmins Amphitheatre
Montreal Neurological Institute
3801, University, Montreal, Qc, Canada

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This Event is Free!

Resting-State and Brain Connectivity 2018: Early registration fee applies until September 14 

Educational course on basic and advanced methods in brain connectivity: September 24-25

                                    At the MNI - Jeanne Timmins Amphitheater, 3801, University, Montreal

Conference, featuring 45 top-notch speakers: September 26-28

                                  At the Centre Mont-Royal, 2200 Rue Mansfield, Montreal

Satellite workshop on how to incorporate machine and deep learning in your data analysis: September 29

                                  At the MNI - Jeanne Timmins Amphitheater, 3801, University, Montreal

Amir Shmuel

Chair of the organizxing committee

Resting-State and Brain Connectivity 2018

Montreal, Qc, Canada

 

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