OHBM’s annual event wil be taking place towards the end of June. AIMS-2-TRIALS presenters will include Ting Mei, Natalie Ford, Iva Ilioska and Dori Floris of Nijmegen, and Charlotte Prezsch and Chirag Mehra of KCL.
|Dorothea Floris||Linking structural and functional imaging modalities to characterize atypical face processing in ASD (poster)|
|Ting Mei||Multimodal analysis of autism related inter-individual variation of gray and white matter morphology
|Natalie Forde||Linking structural and functional brain organisation with behaviour in autism
|Iva Ilioska||Characterizing the functional connectome heterogeneity in autism
Cannabidivarin modulates atypical striatal functional connectivity in autism spectrum disorder
|Chirag Mehra||Development of Whole-Brain Networks from Childhood to Adulthood in Typical Development and Autism
This year, OHBM featured a new virtual platform for Educational Courses, which were pre-recorded and watched by attendees semi-live, followed by interactive discussion. These were then available in a ‘screening room’ for attendees to watch at their leisure. AIMS-2-TRIALS consortium member Nicolaas Puts was the co-organiser of a session about using a technique called MRS (Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy) to investigate the neurotransmitter Gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA). Read more about the AIMS-2-TRIALS work around GABA here.
Details of the OHBM session can be found below.
MRS of GABA: Methods and applications for understanding brain function
Organizers: Charlotte Stagg and Nicolaas Puts