Interested in expanding your knowledge of neuroimaging in population science?

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Psychology 2471
Mapping Human Brain Connectivity Technology Basic Research and Clinical Applications ; Walt Schneider
https://psmobile.pitt.edu/app/catalog/classsection/UPITT/2211/24314

Psychology 2575
Topics in Health Psychology: Neuroimaging

Neuroconductor
https://neuroconductor.org/
Go to “Learn/Courses” closer to the bottom.

FreeSurfer
https://surfer.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/fswiki/CourseDescription

Alzheimer’s Association
https://www.alz.org/research/for_researchers/grants/medsci-webinars/on-demand-research-webinars
Search “Neuroimaging PIA” and you’ll come across at least two neuroimaging analysis related results

Functional MRI Visiting Fellowship: A five-day intensive introduction
https://education.martinos.org/home/fmri-visiting-fellowship/

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