IPEG EEG Training Course

 

Training Course - Wednesday 26th October

 

The traditional one-day Training Course is delivered by a panel of experts. The series of lectures covers a broad spectrum of aspects related to pharmaco-EEG and its applications.

Following the tradition of IPEG-Meetings, also the gathering in Nijmegen will include a one-day EEG Training Course.We are proud to present a preliminary program:

 

9:00-9:15 Introduction

 

IPEG Basics: EEG and ERP’s

 

9:15-10:00 Oscillations - Igor Timofeev

10:00-10:45 Pharmaco-ERP - Leon Kenemans

10:45-11:00 Coffee break

 

IPEG Pre-clinical applications

 

11:00-11:45 EEG and ERP as key techniques for functional brain alteration studies - Paolo Fabene

11:45-12:30 Targeting EEG network oscillations: translational opportunities for drug discvery science in psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders - Abdel Ahnaou

12:30-13:15 Lunch

 

IPEG Advanced EEG/ERP analysis and tomography

 

13:15-14:00 EEG tomography - to be asigned (Roberto Pascual Marqui is not confirmed yet)

14:00-14:45 Analysis methods beyond standard EEG assessments - Robert Oostenveld

14:45-15:00 Coffee break

 

IPEG: Clinical applications

 

15:00-15:45 EEG based personalized medicine and RDoC in ADHD and Depression - Martijn Arns

15:45-16:30 Polysomnography/Vigilance – to be asigned

 

Pricing for the EEG Training course:

 

IPEG-Members who take part at the meeting: free

 

Non-IPEG Members: 80€

 

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