|What||An Interactive Workshop for Big Data Analytics in Neuroscience|
10900 Euclid Avenue
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, OH 44106-7101 USA
|Dates||Thursday, September 6, 2018 – Friday, September 7, 2018|
|Accommodation||The Tudor Arms Hotel Cleveland
See the Lodging and Travel section
More than 50 travel scholarships offered! Please apply here
See the Travel Scholarship section
|Working Groups||Official working group themes may be announced before the conference.
Participants are also encouraged to self-organize working groups, such as those that focus on specific Big Neuroscience Data challenges, resources, translational education activities, and collaborative opportunities.
Organizers: A team of transdisciplinary investigators from the Advanced Computational Neuroscience Network (ACNN), including:
Objectives: The ACNN 2018 workshop will continue our work on the development of common practices and standardization to make it easier for neuroscience researchers to annotate and process data; to share data, tools and protocols, and to work with distributed high-performance computing environments. The workshop will bring together members of the Midwest, national, and the global neuroscience research community to promote data reuse, aggregation, result validation and new discoveries in neuroscience.
Organized by the Advanced Computational Neuroscience Network and supported by the National Science Foundation
|7:30 AM||Thwing Center||Registration opens|
|8:00 AM - 8:30 AM||Thwing Center||Breakfast|
|8:30 AM - 8:45 AM||Thwing Center||Welcome introductory remarks|
|8:45 AM - 9:00 AM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Mark Chance (CWRU)|
|09:00 AM - 09:35 AM||Thwing Center||Keynote Helen Mayberg (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)|
|9:35 AM - 10:00 AM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Lin Mei (CWRU)|
|10:00 AM - 10:30 AM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Richard Gonzales (University of Michigan)|
|10:30 AM - 10:45 AM||Coffee break|
|10:45 AM - 11:10 AM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Franco Pestilli (Indiana University)|
|11:10 AM - 11:35 AM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Jonathan Haines (CWRU)|
|11:35 AM - 12:10 PM||Thwing Center||Keynote Ary L. Goldberger (Harvard University, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)|
|12:10 PM - 1:20 PM||Thwing Center||Lunch break and networking session|
|1:20 PM - 2:00 PM||Thwing Center||Panel Discussion: Challenges and Opportunities in Translational Neuroscience|
|2:00PM – 2:35 PM||Thwing Center||Lightning Talks|
|2:35 PM - 3:35 PM||Thwing Center||Coffee break and Poster Session|
|3:35 PM - 4:35 PM||Thwing Center||Lightning Talks|
|4:35 PM - 5:00 PM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker, National Science Foundation|
|5:00 PM - 5:25 PM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Ivo Dinov (University of Michigan)|
|5:25 PM - 5:50 PM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Satya Sahoo (CWRU)|
|5:50 PM - 6:00 PM||Thwing Center||Concluding remarks and planning for Day 2|
|8:00 AM - 8:30 AM||Thwing Center||Light breakfast|
|8:30 AM - 8:35 AM||Thwing Center||Introduction – Satya Sahoo|
|8:35 AM - 9:10 AM||Thwing Center||Keynote Vinod Menon (Stanford University)|
|9:10 AM - 9:35 AM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Dhabaleswar Panda (Ohio State University)|
|9:35 AM - 10:00 AM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Melissa Cragin (Midwest Big Data Hub)|
|10:00 AM - 10:15 AM||Thwing Center||Coffee break|
|10:15 AM - 10:40 AM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Zhong-Lin Lu (Ohio State University)|
|10:40 AM - 11:05 AM||Thwing Center||Invited Speaker Lei Wang (Northwestern University).|
|11:05 AM - 11:40 AM||Thwing Center||Keynote Nitin Tandon (University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston)|
|11:40 AM - 12:00 PM||Thwing Center||Demonstrations|
|12:00 PM - 12:30 PM||Thwing Center||Concluding remarks, future programming discussion|
|12:30 PM||Thwing Center||Program Concludes: Boxed lunches to go|
Ary L. Goldberger, M.D., is the Director of the Rey Laboratory and Professor of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School. He is the Program Director of the Research Resource for Complex Physiologic Signals ( www.physionet.org) funded by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering and National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health. He is also a core faculty member of the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University. Dr. Goldberger has a long-standing interest in electrocardiography and non-invasive electrophysiology and is the author of two standard textbooks on ECG analysis (Goldberger AL. Clinical Electrocardiography: A Simplified Approach, 6th edition, St. Louis, Mosby, 1999, and Goldberger AL. Myocardial Infarction: Electrocardiographic Differential Diagnosis, 4th edition, Mosby-Year Book, 1991). Both books have been translated into a number of languages. Dr. Goldberger and his colleagues at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center have also created ECG Wave-Maven ( http://ecg.bidmc.har vard.edu), an open-access program for medical students and clinicians. Dr. Goldberger and his colleagues have helped pioneer the application of fractals to physiology and medicine over the past two decades. Current work focuses on the breakdown of long-range (fractal) correlations and loss of nonlinear complexity that accompanies aging and a wide range of disease processes.
Vinod Menon is a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and of Neuroscience, and Director of the Stanford Cognitive & Systems Neuroscience Laboratory in the Stanford University School of Medicine. He has broad multidisciplinary expertise that spans several scientific disciplines and has published extensively on various aspects of human cognition and brain function. He is especially interested in the development, maturation and organization of functional networks in the human brain, and its impact on cognition and behavior. Dr. Menon leads the Stanford Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience Laboratory (SCSNL) that aims to transform the global landscape of psychiatry research and human health and wellness. Leveraging expertise in neuroscience, statistics, engineering, computer science, psychology, psychiatry, and neurology, researchers in the lab use advanced multimodal brain imaging techniques, novel computational and statistical methods, and clinical-behavioral assays to investigate the architecture, function, and development of the human brain in psychiatric and neurological disorders. Clinical disorders currently under investigation include learning disabilities, autism, ADHD, anxiety and mood disorders, and schizophrenia.
Professor Mayberg is the founding Director of The Center for Advanced Circuit Therapeutics at the Mount Sinai Health System. Professor Mayberg is internationally renowned for her pioneering work in the use of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for treatment of depression. Her research examines neural systems mediating mood and emotions in health and disease with a primary emphasis on major depression and its recovery. Defining brain mechanisms underlying major depression and mediating its treatment are the primary goals of her project, with an emphasis on development of algorithms that will discriminate patient subgroups, optimize treatment selection, and provide markers of disease and relapse vulnerability.
Dr. Nitin Tandon is a Professor of Neurosurgery at UTHealth Medical School. His research is focused on cognitive functions using imaging and invasive electrophysiology. He is particularly interested in higher cognitive functions, including language, memory and executive control. He studies these processes in normal humans and in patients undergoing resection for epilepsy or brain tumors. Diffusion tractography, functional MRI and behavioral testing are carried out prior to and after resections. In many patients, he also study cortical processes using intracranial electro-physiologic techniques. These electrocortico-graphic and cortical stimulation data are also compared with the functional and structural imaging data to better delineate the network underlying these disseminated cognitive operations.
This year the BDN workshop will feature awards for the three top-ranked posters/lightning talk (5 minutes) abstracts (evaluated by a panel of judges)! Please submit your 300-word (maximum) abstract for consideration for poster/lightning talk through the EasyChair submission site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bdn2018. Please select if your abstract should be considered for poster or lightning talk (please select only one) in the submission site.
Deadline for submission of poster/lightning talk abstracts has been extended!
New deadline: August 15, 2018.
In order to plan for your arrival, we encourage you to register early.
|Time:||beginning at 7:30 a.m.|
10900 Euclid Avenue
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, OH 44106-7101 USA
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