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The Fourth International Symposium on Brainnetome Meets Genome (4th ISBMG)
Octobor 16-17, 2017, Beijing, China
 
The Fourth Symposium on Brainnetome Meets Genome (4th ISBMG) will be held on October 16-17, 2017, in Beijing, China. It will be jointly organized by Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland, and China Chapter of the Organization of Human Brain Mapping. The preceding symposiums were successfully held in Brisbane, Australia (2012), Beijing (2013) and Haikou, China (2016).
 The 4th SBMG has invited about 20 speakers to present cutting-edge results in above mentioned areas, introduce promising new tools and techniques, and discuss synergizing the study of brain networks with genomic research. The participants are encouraged to submit abstracts for considering oral or poster presentations (Send to shaomei.wang@ia.ac.cn using MS/word format or plain TEXT format, no more than 500 words, before July 15, 2017). Some excellent abstracts will be selected as short oral presentation.
 The aim of this symposium is to bring together experts in neuroimaging, network neuroscience, neuroscience methodology and experimental and cognitive neuroscience with a special interest in understanding the relationships between brain networks, brain functions and malfunctions, and risk genes of neuropsychiatric diseases. The main topics are as follows:
  • Anatomical and Structural Brain Networks
  • Foundations of Brain Connectivity Methods
  • How Genes Modulate Brain Networks
  • Clinical Applications of Brain Networks
  • New Findings from GWAS
 Organizers
Tianzi Jiang, Institute of Automation, CAS
Pankaj Sah, Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland
 The confirmed speakers
Benjamin Becker, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Vince Calhoun, The University of New Mexico, USA
Wei Gao, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, USA
Hae-Jeong Park, Yonsei University, South Korea
George Paxinos, The University of New South Wales, Australia
Barry Richmond, NIH, USA
Pankaj Sah, The University of Queensland, Australia
Gunter Schumann, King's College London, UK
Peter Silburn, The University of Queensland, Australia
Pedro A. Valdes-Sosa, Cuban Neuroscience Center, Cuba
Anna Roe Wang, Zhejiang University, China
Yihong Yang, NIH, USA
Registration & Logistics
1. Registration: 2000RMB/person, travel and housing are not included.
2.Agenda
      Registration: Oct. 15, 14:00-18:00; Oct. 16 8:00-12:00 3.
      Address: Liao-ning Hotel, West Road Bei-si-huan, Zhong-guan-cun, China
Contact information
Ms. Shaomei Wang, Institute of Automation, CAS
TEL:+86 10  8254 4795
Payment information (Wire transfer)
Name of Account Holder: Institute of Automation, CAS
Bank: Zhong-guan-cun Branch, China Everbright Bank
Account No.: 75080188000132442
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Intermediary Bank: JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. New York, NY US
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Account With Bank: China Everbright Bank, H.O. Beijing
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Beneficiary Bank: China Everbright Bank, Banking Department Beijing
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