Invited talks

Imaging white matter anatomy, Brain Research using Advanced Imaging in Neurology (BRAIN) lab (Simon Keller), online August 2021

The language connectome, Towards Precision Neurology, 7th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN), online, June 2021

Individual variability and brain evolution, Organisation of Human Brain Mapping Conference (OHBM), online (Sarah Genon), June 2021

Inter-individual variability in cognitive and clinical neuroscience: signal or noise?, Donders Institute, Nijmegen, online, May 2021

Interindiviual variability and tractography, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University of Cologne (Lana Kambeitz-Ilankovic), online April 2021

Wissenschaftlicher Austausch in der Pandemie, Forschungscafe at the Bayrische Forschungsallianz, (Dr. Florence Gauzy), online 2020

Brainhack Diversity. Inter-individual variability in cognitive and clinical neuroscience: signal or noise?, Brainhack Padua 2020, online (Antonio Vallesi), 2020

Individual variability and brain evolution, Organisation of Human Brain Mapping Conference (OHBM), online (Sarah Genon), 2020

Variability of structural connections within and between species, Organisation of Human Brain Mapping Conference (OHBM), online (symposium organiser), 2020

Connectional anatomy of language and aphasia, World Federation of Neurology Research Group on Aphasia, Dementia & Cognitive Disorders, Nara, Japan (Lisa Cipolotti), cancelled due to COVID-19, 2020

Variability of structural connections within and between species, Neurothursday at the Higher School of Economic Moscow (Olga Dragoy), 2020.

White matter tractography in neurosurgery, Neuro-Kopf Zentrum Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Munich, Germany (Sebastian Ille/Sandro Krieg), 2019
 
Individual variability and brain evolution, Organisation of Human Brain Mapping Conference (OHBM), Rome, Italy (Michel Thiebaut de Schotten), 2019

White matter tractography – the do’s and don’ts, The impact of White Matter Anatomy for Brain tumor and Epilepsy surgery, University of Zurich, Switzerland (Niklaus Krayenbühl), 2019

Connectional anatomy of the language network – clinical implication, The impact of White Matter Anatomy for Brain tumor and Epilepsy surgery, University of Zurich, Switzerland (Niklaus Krayenbühl), 2019

Applied tractography for the in vivo study of white matter connections: Clinical use and limitations, European Low Grade Glioma Network (ELGGN), King’s College London, UK (Francesco Vergani), 2019

Tractography workshop for neurosurgical applications, European Low Grade Glioma Network (ELGGN), King’s College London, UK (Francesco Vergani), 2019

Public Outreach: the story behind the picture, IOPPN Research Festival, London, UK (Thalia Eley), 2019

The brain in health and disease – how we are wired for change, Pint of Science Festival, London, UK (Rachel Jackson), 2018

Neuronal networks in language and aphasia, Academy of Aphasia, Montreal, Canada (Leonardo Bonilha), 2018

Anatomical evidence for an indirect pathway for repetition, ICM Institute for Brain and Spinal Cord, Paris (Michel Thiebaut de Schotten), 2018

Language network & tractography, 10th International Symposium on Navigated Brain Stimulation in Neurosurgery and Neuromodulation, Charite Berlin, Germany (Thomas Picht), 2018

Impact of anatomy on brain recovery, The impact of White Matter Anatomy for Brain tumor and Epilepsy surgery, University of Zurich, Switzerland (Niklaus Kryenbühl), 2018

White matter tractography – what we can and cannot do, The impact of White Matter Anatomy for Brain tumor and Epilepsy surgery, University of Zurich, Switzerland (Niklaus Kryenbühl), 2018

20th Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop, King’s College London, London, UK. (Marco Catani), 2017

White matter imaging in stroke populations, Organisation of Human Brain Mapping Conference (OHBM), Vancouver (Amy Broadmann), 2017

Neuroanatomy & Tractography workshop, 6th World Course in Advanced Brain Tumour Surgery, University College London, UK (George Samanduras), 2017

Advances in Diffusion Tractography Applied to Neurosurgical Patients, Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Neurocirugía conference, Barcelona, Spain, 2017

First white matter tracts dissection course, Royal College of Surgeons of England, London, UK (Ugur Türe), 2017

19th Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop, King’s College London, London, UK. (Marco Catani), 2017

It all comes down to clinical neuroanatomy, Brainhack London, King’s College London, UK. (Daniel Marguiles), 2017

Principles of diffusion imaging and tractography, 8th Istanbul Microneurosurgery Course, Istanbul, Turkey (Ugur Türe), 2017

Impact of anatomy on brain recovery, 8th Istanbul Microneurosurgery Course, Istanbul, Turkey (Ugur Türe), 2017

Connectional anatomy and the impact on language recovery, Mount Sinai Institute, New York, US (Paula Croxson), 2017

Impact of anatomy on brain recovery, Brainhack Paris: Global edition, (Michel Thiebaut de Schotten), 2016

The connectivity of language, Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK (Richard Gullan/ Francesco Vergani), 2016

Workshop: tractography-based dissections of language networks, Academy of Aphasia, Bangor, Wales, UK (Nina Dronkers), 2016

Fibre tracts relevant for auditory and language processing, Organisation of Human Brain Mapping Conference (OHBM), Geneva, Switzerland (Karl Zilles), 2016

Brain Connectivity and Imaging in Neurooncology, King's Neurosurgery Club at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK 2016

Neuroanatomy of semantic and phonemic verbal fluency, International Neuropsychological Society (INS), London, UK, 2016

Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop, King’s College London, London, UK (Marco Catani), 2016

Connectional anatomy of language and its impact on language recovery, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia (Olga Dragoy), 2015

Tractography in the clinic: stroke-induced aphasia, Northwestern University, Chicago, US (Marsel M Mesulam/ Emily Rogalski/Cynthia Thompson), 2015

Towards a new connectional anatomy of language, University of Illinois, Chicago, US (Melissa Lamar), 2015

Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden (Marco Catani), 2015

Human lesion neuropsychology will inevitably be replaced by neuroimaging as research tool for understanding cognition. Oxford-style John Marshall Debate at the British Neuropsychological Society, University College London, London, UK (Katerina Fotopoulou), 2015

Tractography in the clinic, ICM Institute for Brain and Spinal Cord, Paris, France (Michel Thiebaut de Schotten), 2015

Diskonnektion neuronaler Verbindungen als Ursache klinischer Symptome nach Schlaganfall, Technische Universität München (TUM), Munich, Germany, 2014

Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop, King’s College London, London, UK (Marco Catani), 2014

Pathways to language, Rewired. The Brain, Art & Innovation, Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK, 2014

Anatomical predictors of language recovery: a tractography study, VA Martinez, San Francisco, US (Nina Dronkers), 2013

Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop, King’s College London, London, UK (Marco Catani), 2013

Identification of anatomical predictors of language recovery after stroke, ICM Institute for Brain and Spinal Cord, Paris, France (Michel Thiebaut de Schotten), 2013

Post stroke aphasia recovery predicated by lateralization of the arcuate fasciculus, International Stroke Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2012

Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop, King’s College London, London, UK (Marco Catani), 2012

Tractography in clinical and healthy populations, Max Planck Institute (MPI), Leipzig, Germany (Angela Friederici), 2012

Lateralisation of the arcuate predicts recovery at 6 months, American Academy of Neurology, New Orleans, US, 2011

Lateralisation of the arcuate predicts recovery at 6 months, Academy of Aphasia, Montreal, Canada, 2011

Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop, King’s College London, London, UK (Marco Catani), 2011

Lateralisation of the arcuate predicts recovery at 6 months, International school of clinical neuroanatomy, Sicily (Marco Catani), 2011

Lateralisation of the arcuate predicts recovery at 6 months, South London Stroke Research Group, London, UK (Lalit Kalra), 2010

Neuroanatomy and Tractography workshop, King’s College London, London, UK (Marco Catani), 2010

A uniquely human direct pathway connects frontal and occipital lobes, British Chapter ISMRM, London, UK (Po-Wah So), 2010

The projection pathways in the brain shown with tractography, European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 2010

Clinical applications of tractography, European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 2010