BBL-CIBM-FCBG Research day 2022
We are delighted to announce the BBL-CIBM-FCBG Research Day 2022 will be held on June 1st in the Auditoire Paul Boymond, Centre Médical Universitaire (CMU), University of Geneva.
The CIBM Center for Biomedical Imaging launched the first annual MRI research day in 2008 with aim of gathering MRI experts from Geneva and the Lemanic region. In 2010, the event included other members of the CIBM community with MRI infrastructure such as the University of Geneva’s Brain and Behaviour Laboratory (BBL) and in 2018, the Human Neuroscience Platform at the Foundation Campus Biotech Geneva (FCBG).
The one-day event is an opportunity to review the status of ongoing MRI projects and activities, share experience, difficulties and benefit from a unique exchange platform between physicists, physicians, and neuroscientists.
This year, we have the great pleasure to inaugurate the newly upgraded 3T MRI scanner located at the BBL at the University of Geneva, one of the five founding institutions of the CIBM.
When registering, please take into account that there are two different tickets, one ticket for attending the talks and posters during the day and another ticket for the inauguration of the newly upgraded 3T MRI at the BBL. You can choose one or both depending on your attendance.
9h00 Session 1
- Can physical exercise compensate for suboptimal spatial memory representations in healthy young individuals at high genetic risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease?
Kinka Igloi (PI: Sophie Schwartz, UNIGE)
- Sense of agency modulates the neural mechanisms of episodic autobiographical memory
Nathalie Meyer (PI: Olaf Blanke, EPFL)
- The Effect of Uncertainty on Pain Valuation and Representation in Self and Others
Leyla Loued-Khenissi (PI: Corrado Corradi dell’Acqua, UNIGE)
- Does liraglutide lead to weight loss by altering food-related sensory pleasure?: A randomized controlled trial in patients with obesity on GLP-1 receptor agonist
Géraldine Coppin (PI: David Sander, UNIGE)
10h20 Coffee Break
10h40 Session 2
- Alteration of resting-state brain networks after negative socio-affective events in the elderly and relationship with neurodegenerative risk biomarkers
Sebastian Baez (PI: Patrik Vuilleumier, UNIGE)
- Effects of musical interventions on brain and behavior in healthy elderly
Damien Marie (PI: Clara James, HES & UNIGE)
- Real-Time fMRI Neurofeedback for Chronic Tinnitus
Nicolas Gninenko (PI: Sven Haller, UNIGE, Dimitri Van De Ville, EPFL, UNIGE)
- Predicting cognitive performance from functional connectivity in healthy participants and patients with stroke
Radek Ptak (PI: Radek Ptak, HUG)
12h00 Lunch + Posters
14h00 Session 3
- Neural reactivity to psychosocial stress in emotion dysregulation disorders
Ryan Murray (PI: Camille Piguet, UNIGE)
- Functional connectivity underlying cognitive and psychiatric symptoms in post-COVID-19 syndrome: is anosognosia a key determinant?
Alexandre Cionca (PI: Julie Peron, UNIGE, Frederic Assal, HUG)
- Multimodal imaging of emotional vocalization production
Garance Selosse (PI: Didier Grandjean,UNIGE, Leonardo Ceravolo, UNIGE)
- Concurrent TMS-fMRI to determine adaptive brain changes to virtual lesions interfering with visual processing
Estelle Raffin (PI: Friedhelm Hummel, EPFL)
15h20 Tea Break
15h40 Session 4
- Motion calibration and tracking setup for MRI
Oscar Dabrowski (PI: Francois Lazeyras, HUG, Bastien Chopard, UNIGE)
- Kidney transplant monitoring by 31P MRSI and analysis by neural network
Julien Songeon (PI: Francois Lazeyras, HUG)
- Focused ultrasound in neuroscience
Pauline Guillemin (PI: Rares Salomir, HUG)