CNS wrap-up

I’m back from CNS in Montreal (actually, I’m not quite back; I’m in Ottawa for a few days–but close enough). Some thoughts about the experience, in no particular order, and with very little sense: A huge number of registered attendees (basically, everyone from Europe who didn’t leave for Montreal early) couldn’t make it to the … Continue reading CNS wrap-up

building a cumulative science of human brain function at CNS

Earlier today, I received an email saying that a symposium I submitted for the next CNS meeting was accepted for inclusion in the program. I’m pretty excited about this; I think the topic of the symposium is a really important one, and this will be a great venue to discuss some of the relevant issues. … Continue reading building a cumulative science of human brain function at CNS