[visionlist] Last weeks to register for HCP Course 2017

It’s
not too late to register for the
2017
HCP Course: “Exploring the Human Connectome”, to be held June 19-23 at the
Djavad Mowafagian Centre for Brain Health
at
University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, BC, Canada! Spaces
for the course are limited and registration is on a first come, first served basis.May
17, 2017 is the deadline to reserve discounted UBC accommodations within walking distance to the course venue: http://ift.tt/2qjBcVs

The 5-day intensive
HCP course
is
a great opportunity to learn directly from HCP investigators
and designed for those interested in:

using data collected and distributed from the HCP young adult study

acquiring and analyzing HCP-style imaging and behavioral data at your own institution

processing your own non-HCP data using HCP pipelines and methods

using Connectome Workbench tools and sharing data using the BALSA imaging database

learning HCP multimodal neuroimaging analysis methods, including those that combine MEG and MRI data

exploring the HCP MMP 1.0 multimodal parcellation brain map and learning about how it can be used in your analyses

positioning yourself to capitalize on HCP-style data being distributed by the Connectome Coordinating
Facility (CCF) from HCP development (healthy subjects ages 5-21) and aging (healthy subjects ages 35-90+) and Connectomes Related to Human Disease projects

See http://ift.tt/2pqkFSf for more info.If you have any questions, please contact us at: hcpcourse@humanconnectome.org

We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver!Best,2017 HCP Course Staff

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