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Tractography methods workshop
In-person workshop with 35 participants
Online workshop, available OnDemand on YouTube
I am passionate about teaching and engaging with people over science.
As such, I have a plethora of formal and informal teaching activities. I am also accredited as a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Some activities are listed below:
PUBLIC OUTREACH WITH SCHOOLS
Teaching at a German-speaking Saturday school in north London with the NGO Native scientists.
HIGHER EDUCATION MODULE LEAD/ MODULE LEADER UNIVERSITY
I am module leader for several neuroimaging and neuropsychological courses and am an active teacher for undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Details on University teaching here: University teaching
PUBLIC OUTREACH - PINT OF SCIENCE
I love public outreach and have been part of Pint of Science on several occasions.
WORKSHOPS, SYMPOSIA & CONFERENCES
I have developed various workshops, symposia and conferences over the years that are based on hands-on tutorials. More details here.
PATIENT RESEARCH DAYS
As my work is very much clinically oriented, I organised regular patient research days to explain what the studies they participated in are about, why we are doing them and how their contribution has made a difference.
Over the years, I contributed to the Brainhack community by running sessions, projects, and organised the first-ever Brainhack in London. This has recently led to a publication in NEURON.
MULTIDISCIPLINARY CLINICAL TRAINING
I am part of the faculty for the University of Zurich neurosurgical training courses to teach white matter anatomy and methods to map them in presurgical settings.
BRAIN ANATOMY WORKSHOP - THEORIES, METHODS, APPLICATIONS
Thanks to the excellence Fellowship at the University of Bordeaux, I was able to jointly develop a Brain Anatomy online Course with the Neurological clinic at the LMU Munich. The course is available from youTube here.
YouTube PartnerShip Channel: Clinical Neuroanatomy Seminars
I have developed an open science state-of-the-art digital research infrastructure through my YouTube Partner channel, which has>1.6k followers. My team uses the platform as a vehicle to host journal clubs, talks, and develop international collaborations. My aim is to positively impact neuroscience teaching and freely share science education.
NEUROCCINO - a weekly online journal club
Every Monday morning at 9:30am Paris time, we meet online on Zoom and discuss exciting science from the last week. Everyone is welcome! All events are available from YouTube here.
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