Lecture slides

Neuroanatomy & Experimental Design presentation by John Jonides, University of Michigan

MRI Physics presentation by Nicole Seiberlich, University of Michigan – part 1

MRI Physics presentation by Nicole Seiberlich, University of Michigan – part 2

MRI Physics presentation by Nicole Seiberlich, University of Michigan – part 3

MRI Physics presentation by Nicole Seiberlich, University of Michigan – part 4

MRI Physics presentation by Nicole Seiberlich, University of Michigan – part 5

MRI Physics presentation by Nicole Seiberlich, University of Michigan – part 6

MRI Physics presentation by Nicole Seiberlich, University of Michigan – part 7

MRI & BOLD Physics presentation by Doug Noll, University of Michigan – part 1

MRI & BOLD Physics presentation by Doug Noll, University of Michigan – part 2

Clinical Applications of fMRI-virtual presentation by Benjamin Hampstead, University of Michigan

fMRI Data Preprocessing presentation by Luis Hernandez-Garcia, University of Michigan

SPM Introduction presentation by Scott Peltier, University of Michigan

Level Analysis & Experimental Design presentation by Andy Jahn, University of Michigan

Review of Basic Statistics and the GLM-virtual presentation by Adriene Beltz, University of Michigan

Contrasts, Group Analysis & Double Dissociations presentation by Andy Jahn, University of Michigan

Pattern Analysis & Classification via MVPA-virtual but live presentation by Stephen LaConte, Virginia Tech

Pitfalls in fMRI Research presentation by Andy Jahn, University of Michigan

Network Analysis by Alexandru Iordan, University of Michigan

Task Connectivity by Alexandru Iordan, University of Michigan

Connectivity Intro by Scott Peltier, University of Michigan

Investigations in Resting State Connectivity by Scott Peltier, University of Michigan

Introduction to Open Science & BIDS by Andy Jahn, University of Michigan

UM fMRI Lab Data: BIDS Conversion by Krisanne Litinas, University of Michigan

fMRI Prep, Sample Output by Scott Peltier, University of Michigan

Reproducibility by Andy Jahn, University of Michigan

Training Course in fMRI