On May 15th, 2024, the annual BBL-CIBM-FCBG Research Day 2024 returned to the Geneva University Hospital,  bringing together  a record of  over 150 scientists, researchers, and industry professionals.

Now in its 16 edition, the event aimed to foster interdisciplinary dialogue, share cutting-edge research, and promote scientific advancements in the realms of neuroimaging techniques and methodologies (fMRI, EEG), brain disorders, cognitive neuroscience and behaviour, as well as memory and reinforcement learning.

The program consisted of four Sessions delivered by MRI experts with an interactive poster session featuring 19 posters including two on works achieved on the 7T MRI at Campus Biotech in Geneva and one on the 0.55T MRI at the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) .


About the annual MRI Research Day in Geneva

Prof. Francois Lazeyras previous CIBM MRI HUG UNIGE Section Head who was leading the MRI activity at CIBM in Geneva launched the first annual MRI Research Day in 2008. As the MRI research community grew, in 2010 the event expanded to include researchers using the MRI infrastructure at the Brain and Behaviour Laboratory, followed by those at the Human Neuroscience Platform at the Campus Biotech in 2018.

The MRI Research Day in Geneva gathers MRI experts from all around the Lemanic region and serves as a platform for reviewing ongoing MRI projects, sharing experiences as well as challenges, and facilitating exchanges among physicists, physicians, and neuroscientists.

For previous editions of the event have a look here:

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