Neuroimaging Statistics Workshop in the 2023 OHBM Conference

June 27, 2023 | Montréal, CA

Neuroimaging Statistics Workshop is organized by Dr. Thomas Nichols and Dr. Jean-Baptiste Poline. The workshop features Keynote lectures by distinguished imaging statisticians. In particular, the workshop will be opened with the Keith Worsley Lecture in honor of Professor Keith Worsley who was one of the most prominent imaging statisticians and pioneered important ground-work in fMRI analysis. The keynote is delivered by Keith’s student Dr. Jonathan Taylor. The workshop is passionate about having a diverse set of speakers and including junior researchers as well. ASA Statistics in Imaging Section is a proud sponsor of the event.


Statistical Challenges for Complex Brain Signals and Images

April 30–May 5, 2023 | Oaxaca, Mexico

The Casa Matemática Oaxaca (CMO) in Mexico and the Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery (BIRS) in Banff hosts the “Statistical Challenges for Complex Brain Signals and Images” workshop in Oaxaca, from April 30 – May 5, 2023. This workshop focuses on developing novel statistical methodology to analyze brain signals, which is crucial to understanding normal brain function and alterations associated with neurological and mental diseases.


NIMH Workshop on Advanced Statistical Methods and Data Visualizations

June 28–30, 2021 | Virtual

This is a two-day virtual workshop on Advanced Statistical Methods and Dynamic Data Visualizations for Mental Health Studies organized by National Institute of Mental Health. The major objectives of this workshop are to identify gaps in statistical methods and data visualization tools for mental health studies, and to promote discussions among statisticians, data scientists, computational scientists, quantitative neuroscientists, psychiatrists and psychologists to identify best practices for evaluating and interpreting meaningful effects in mental health research.

Day One (June 28, 2021): Advances in Statistical Methods and Applications

The goal of the day one workshop is to address the role of statistical methods in identifying meaningful effects in large neuro-behavioral samples (including neuroimaging and behavioral data), administrative data, or social media sources.

Day Two (June 30, 2021): Dynamic and Interactive Data Visualizations

The goal of the day two workshop is to showcase advanced methods for dynamic and interactive data visualization. There will also be opportunities for participants to gain hands-on experience with cutting-edge visualization tools via interactive tutorial sessions.