The Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging Student Group is beginning its officer election process for the 2019-2020 academic year. Officers have a unique opportunity to interact with faculty and students in neuroimaging from around the globe! To nominate yourself or someone you think would be an excellent officer, please fill out this poll. The election will begin on March 15, so please complete the poll before then!
The CCBBI Student Group Goals
- To learn fMRI experimental designs and analysis techniques from other group members and invited speakers.
- To create an environment in which members can present their research or research proposals, to receive feedback and support from other members.
- To increase collaboration across different disciplines.
What kind of events and activities does the group plan to participate in?
How does involvement in the group enrich the academic experience of the members?
From an academic standpoint, the majority of MRI techniques are not learned in the classroom. MRI techniques are largely unique to the specialized, rigorous and rapidly changing methods. In-lab training is our primary source of knowledge, passed down from both advisors and graduate students. The group provides a common space where developing researchers can explore new methods in a supportive, out-of-lab environment. The group is open to all levels of expertise, from post-doctoral scientists to first-year grad students — even a few daring research assistants!