AHH workshop: Why and How to use MEG to study auditory perception and cognition?
Presenter: Honorary Associate Professor Adrian KC Lee
Date: Friday 23 March 2018
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Location: Level 3, Room 3.610, CCD, Australian Hearing Hub
– 9.30am – 9.30am – Welcome
– 9.40am – 10.45am – Didactic: Why do we use MEG? Topics: What are we measuring (covering basics of MEG, instrumentation, and neurophysiology)? What are the different types of analysis techniques?
– 10.45am – 11.00am – Break
– 11.10am – 12.30pm – Discussion: How do we use MEG? Exploring different experimentation / analysis approaches to answer draw scientific inferences.
Bio: Adrian KC Lee is an Associate Professor in the Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences and at the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences at the University of Washington, Seattle, USA. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at the University of New South Wales and his doctorate at the Harvard-MIT Division in Health Sciences and Technology. Dr. Lee’s research focuses on developing multimodal imaging techniques to investigate the cortical network involved in auditory scene analysis and attention, especially through designing novel behavioral paradigms that bridge the gap between psychoacoustics and neuroimaging research.
Please register by Monday 19 March 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org