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Upcoming Events

Past Events

  • PBHM Workshop: Anna Truzzi
    Wed, 22 Feb
    Hybrid (In-person & Zoom)
    The origin and development of intrinsic timescales in the brain
  • PBHM Workshop: Jivesh Ramduny
    Wed, 07 Dec
    Hybrid (In-person & Zoom)
    Improving the robustness and reproducibility of functional connectomics-based analyses in neurodevelopmental and psychiatric conditions
  • PBHM Workshop: Ralph Andrews
    Wed, 12 Oct
    Hybrid (In-person & Zoom)
    Investigating the interplay between breath and attention
  • PBHM Workshop: Steph Suddell & Vanessa Teckentrup
    Wed, 17 Aug
    Hybrid (In-person & Zoom)
    Hypothesising before results are known: Preregistration and Registered Reports
  • PBHM Workshop: Lorina Naci
    Wed, 06 Jul
    Hybrid (In-person & Zoom)
    Lorina Naci will lead the next PBHM workshop on recent findings from the PREVENT dementia programme that she co-leads at Trinity College.
  • PBHM Workshop: Silvin Knight
    Wed, 23 Mar
    Hybrid (In-person & via Zoom)
    Silvin Knight, Senior Postdoc with the FRAILMatics research project, will lead this workshop titled "Frailty, Entropy, and the Brain".
  • PBHM Workshop: Cian Judd
    Wed, 19 Jan
    Cian Judd, PhD student with the O'Connell Lab, will lead this workshop entitled "Neurally informed insights into speed-accuracy adaptations in older adults".
  • RTE Change Makers: Dr Claire Gillan
    Mon, 17 Jan
    RTE One
    PBHM Investigator, Claire Gillan, will feature on 'Change Makers', a docuseries by RTE One in association with the Irish Universities Association.
  • PBHM Workshop: Rob Whelan
    Wed, 17 Nov
    PBHM Investigator, Robert Whelan, will present “Predicting who will respond to stimulant medication in ADHD: A precision medicine approach using neurally informed computational models”.
  • PBHM Workshop: Sean Kelley
    Wed, 29 Sept
    Sean Kelley will lead this workshop on the network structure of depression. Sean is a third year PhD student at the Gillan Lab and will present analyses on rich data from >200 individuals gathered from Multi-Mood, an ecological momentary assessment challenge within the Neureka app.
  • Neuroscience Ireland Annual Conference
    Thu, 09 Sept
    The Neuroscience Ireland 2021 meeting will be held virtually on 9th and 10th September 2021. Plenary speakers include Mark Cunningham (Trinity College Dublin), Russ Poldrack (Standford University), and Hugo Spiers (University College London).
  • First PBHM Workshop!
    Mon, 12 Jul
    The kick-off meeting for a series of workshops that are central to a new Predictive Brain Health Modelling Group at Trinity College Dublin.

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