RT @KhalsaLab
This opportunity is worth a close look. With these mentors as collaborators and the available data there’s sure to be some outstanding possibilities for scientific inquiry twitter.com/robinaupperle/stat

RT @darbysaxbe
So we're not supposed to describe applicants as "caring" and "compassionate" because those words are too feminized. Frankly, this is what's wrong with academia! Can we celebrate stereotypically female traits instead? I'd rather mentor a compassionate student than a driven jerk. twitter.com/Mettebendixen08/st

RT @martin_hebart
I guess it’s now official: I've accepted a faculty position at University of Gießen @jlugiessen! I’m eternally grateful to everyone who has supported me on this journey! I will continue my lab @MPI_CBS in Leipzig for the next 2 years and will soon start building a team in Gießen!

RT @LazariAlberto
Delighted to see my final PhD paper out at @NatureComms!

We combine🧠MR-based myelin markers and⚡️TMS-derived measures of physiology to demonstrate that variation in white matter myelin is linked to cortico-cortical interactions.


just now heard about the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Very sad day...

RT @DaniSBassett
Check out this review of our book (@perryzurn) Curious Minds: The Power of Connection just out in The Guardian from the inimitable @ameliargh. @guardian @mitpress

RT @jgvfwstone
Information Theory: A Short Introduction
James V Stone (23 pages).

Our own Anastasia Brovkin (@Sc1naps) sat down with Keynote Speaker @AndrewZalesky to talk about his path to network neuroscience, the Melbourne Subcortex Atlas, and more!

READ: bit.ly/3CoNBPQ

RT @AgostonMihalik
Thrilled to share our tutorial and toolkit on Canonical Correlation Analysis (CCA) and Partial Least Squares (PLS) with @chapmajw @dr_rick_adams @NilsRWinter @FSFerreir @johnshawetaylor @MouraoMiranda: doi.org/10.1016/j.bpsc.2022.07
github.com/anaston/cca_pls_too 1/7

RT @PersonomicsLab
Very excited to share that we received the Notice of Award for our first R01 on ‘Individualized brain biomarkers of late life depression: contributions to heterogeneity and resilience’. We will use computational models to study heterogeneity, risk, and resilience in depression.

RT @bttyeo
I am looking for a postdoc to start this year or 2023. Candidate should have a PhD in neuroscience, machine learning or related fields. Topics are quite flexible (sites.google.com/view/yeolab/c) and up for discussion. Appreciate RT.

RT @demishassabis
A year ago we open-sourced

Today we're freely sharing the predicted structures of all 200M+ proteins known to science - almost the entire protein universe!

It's our gift to humanity, and a demonstration of the benefits AI can bring to society

RT @bathybicBee
Our recent paper provides an introduction to Mendelian randomisation as motivated by neuroimaging data (with @ten_photos and @fmrib_steve) … doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2. A short thread: 1/n

RT @GaelVaroquaux
The Mayavi Python software, and my personal history: A thread on Python and scipy ecosystems, building open source codebase, and meeting really cool and friendly people

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RT @layerfMRI
Exciting new layer-fMRI sequence paper by @NadineGraedel.
Radial-Cartesian TURBINE sampling can provide very nice high-resolution data; here 0.67mm iso.

RT @MR_CFBeckmann
We have a number of exciting postdoctoral researcher positions, working on neuroimaging & genetics & advanced modelling & applications, hosted at the Donders Institute in Nijmegen (NL). First advert here: tinyurl.com/5n8v8krp

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