ohbm 2018

New Insights into Development and Cognition Using HD EEG and Multimodal Imaging

Suntec Singapore
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
12:00–14:30
Room 324–325

Join us for this inspirational symposium where we will learn from leading researchers about exciting findings and new methods in cognitive neuroscience.

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Agenda

Peter Molfese: Insights on Simultaneous HD EEG, MRI and Transcranial Electrical Neuromodulation

Yan Song: An EEG Study on Attentional Selection and Suppression in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder


Speaker Panel

molfese

Peter Molfese, PhD
National Institutes of Health Section on Functional Imaging Methods

Dr. Molfese specializes in research investigating the development of language and learning in children and adults. His work makes use of multi-modal neuroimaging (fMRI, ERP, MEG) to provide converging evidence for specialized brain circuitry for human cognition.

Dr. Molfese will present converging evidence from fMRI activation and HD-EEG source analysis with individualized head models alongside promising advances in targeting neuromodulation (tDCS/tACS).

song yan

Yan Song, PhD
Beijing Normal University

Dr. Song is Professor at Beijing Normal University and the Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning. Her research areas include visual perception, learning, attention of children and adults, and visual perception and attentional and advanced cognitive process of children (the relationship between language and mathematics). The research methods she uses are electroencephalography (EEG/ERP) and near-infrared brain imaging (fNIRS). Dr. Song is the principle investigator for multiple projects in the China National Science Foundation. She has received numerous awards in her research fields.


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