Hosted in a different country every year, these events are a great opportunity to meet leading experts from computational neuroscience, neuroscience methodology and experimental neuroscience!
Julie Courtiol – "The Virtual Brain Ontology: A new computational tool translating multiscale, multimodal biological entities to brain network models". See abstract.
Leon Stefanovski – "Enhancing the diagnosis of the Alzheimer’s Disease spectrum with Whole-Brain Simulations and Machine-Learning". See abstract.
Konstantin Bülau – "Decoding endophenotypes of psychosis by combining computational semantics and multi-omics databases into a knowledge-drive model". See abstract.
Leon Martin – "Decoding spatial patterns of amyloid-beta PET using TVBase - a tool for mapping biological knowledge onto a 3D brain atlas". See abstract.
San Diego, USA
Visit The Virtual Brain booth 3116 at the Neuroscience 2022 in San Diego, USA!
SfN 2022 annual meeting is returning as in-person event from November 12 to November 16, 2022.
Visit our TVB poster-series on Wednesday, 15 November during the session 497 - Network Computation I from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
Brain Simulation Section Team participating:
More to come, stay tuned!
Find out more
Walk through the expansive Exhibit Hall to get an up-close look at leading-edge tools and resources for the neuroscience community!
Visit the official website of the event here.