Anatomy in the resting state? Taking a look at receptor patterns Presentation: Karl Zilles, 38 min 1 sec

Applied anatomy: linking structure and function in the language system Presentation: Bernard Mazoyer, 32 min 5 sec

Being the anatomical wiseguy by knowing your landmarks and cables Presentation: Svenja Caspers, MD, PhD, 37 min 24 sec

Cognitive and behavioral interpretations of time-varying changes in functional connectivity estimates Presentation: Jessica Cohen, 23 min 38 sec

Finding the micro in the macro using ultra-high resolution MR imaging Presentation: Rainer Goebel, 42 min 17 sec

Inferring mental states from imaging data: OpenfMRI and the Cognitive Atlas Presentation: Russell Poldrack, 18 min 18 sec

Introduction to applied algebraic topology for the analysis of brain networks. Presentation: Ann Sizemore, 37 min 25 sec

Introduction to network control: Concepts, methods, and applications to neuroscience Presentation: Emma Towlson, 32 min 50 sec

Learning and predicting with brain connectivity for clinical neuroscience Presentation: Jonas Richiardi, 30 min 33 sec

Methods to quantify and ameliorate site effects in multi-site MR data Presentation: Manjari Narayan, 47 min 9 sec

Network infrastructure for integration: hubs and rich club Presentation: Martijn van den Heuvel, PhD , 39 min 17 sec

Neuroimaging Workflows & Statistics for reproducibility Presentation: Dorota Jarecka, Satrajit Ghosh, Celia Greenwood, Jean-Baptiste Poline, 227 min 14 sec

Neuroinformatics and Replication: beyond BASH scripts and winner’s curses Presentation: Xi-Nian Zuo, 34 min 28 sec

Neuroinformatics resources for coordinate and image-based meta-analysis Presentation: Tal Yarkoni, 18 min 53 sec

Neuronal models of dynamic functional connectivity: Linking scales and data modalities Presentation: Michael Breakspear, 36 min 6 sec

PART I Parcellate the brain using anatomical features: Histological and microstructural architecture. Paula Croxson Presentation: Paula Croxson, 23 min 37 sec

PART I Parcellate the brain using anatomical features: Tractography based subdivision. Michel Thiebaut de Schotten Presentation: Michel Thiebaut de Schotten, 24 min 35 sec

PART II Parcellate the brain using functional features: Functional MRI coactivation parcellation. Danilo Bzdok Presentation: Danilo Bzdock, 37 min 25 sec

PART II Parcellate the brain using functional features: Resting-state functional connectivity subdivision. Presentation: Lucina Uddin, 29 min 37 sec

PART III Mapping gradients in functional topographies using resting-state functional connectivity. Presentation: Daniel S. Margulies, PhD CNRS UMR 7225, , 32 min 2 sec

Pattern recognition for clinical neuroimaging: questions, approaches, and validation Presentation: Ninon Burgos, 27 min 42 sec

Pattern recognition in neuroimaging: fundamentals Presentation: Janaina Mourão-Miranda, 28 min 43 sec

Perfect data doesn’t exist, let's ensure they are good enough Presentation: Oscar Esteban, PhD, 42 min 40 sec

Phenotypes, Genotypes & Voxels: A playground next to a nuclear power plant Presentation: Anqi Qiu, 39 min 24 sec

Population Neuroimaging: A brief introduction to combining neuroimaging with epidemiology Presentation: Tonya White, MD, PhD, 13 min 41 sec

Presentation: Inverse solutions for the reconstruction of cortical activity recorded with MEG/EEG Presentation: Simon Homölle, 17 min 25 sec

Presentation: MEG/EEG forward modeling using realistically shaped finite element head models Presentation: Maria Carla Piastra, 47 min 14 sec

Presentation: Preprocessing of MEG/EEG datasets and channel-level analysis Presentation: Sophie Schrader, 19 min 26 sec

Supervised vs. unsupervised approaches in psychiatric neuroimaging Presentation: Valeria Kebets, 21 min 25 sec

The devil is in the details: accessing phenotypic data for brain-behaviour relationships Presentation: Kirstie Whitaker, 44 min 54 sec

The Dynamic Functional Connectome: Methodological Framework Presentation: Maria Giulia Preti, 34 min 16 sec

The effect of common genetic variation on human brain structure Presentation: Paul Thompson, 33 min 49 sec

The genetic influences on neuropsychiatric disease risk Presentation: Sven Cichon, Dr. rer. nat., 53 min 15 sec

Time-varying connectivity: Data-driven approaches and clinical applications Presentation: Vince Calhoun, 31 min 50 sec

Time-varying connectivity: introduction and terminology Presentation: Raphael Liegeois, 35 min 35 sec

What can we say about weight maps from linear decoding models? Presentation: Jessica Schrouff, 25 min 0 sec

What makes a good multivariate model for fMRI-based decoding ? Presentation: Bertrand Thirion, 26 min 4 sec

What we talk about when we talk about 'dynamics' in resting state fMRI Presentation: Timothy Laumann, 34 min 34 sec