Optimizing fMRI Approaches to Adolescent Mental Disorders
August 17, 2006 – August 18, 2006
Richard Nakamura, Ph.D., Deputy Director, NIMH
|9:15–9:30||Introduction to workshop|
Judith Rumsey, Ph.D. · Kathleen Anderson, Ph.D.
|9:30–9:50||Conceptual challenges in fMRI research on adolescent disorders|
Bradley Peterson, M.D.
|10:10–11:50||Key paradigms and approaches|
|10:10–10:30||Adolescence as a stage of development|
Beatriz Luna, Ph.D.
Silvia Bunge, Ph.D.
|1:30–3:00||Dependent fMRI measures|
|1:30–1:50||Temporal and spatial patterns of activation across development|
Madison Berl, Ph.D.
|1:50–2:00||Stability/reliability of fMRI activations|
Paul Whalen, Ph.D.
Thomas Johnstone, Ph.D.
|3:20–5:00||Individual variability and longitudinal designs|
|3:20–3:40||Individual differences in fMRI activation patterns|
Jeremy Gray, Ph.D.
|3:40–4:00||Individual variability in disorders|
George Bush, M.D., M.M.Sc.
|4:00–4:20||Arterial spin labeling (ASL)|
John Detre, M.D.
|9:00–12:00||Technological challenges and integration with emerging imaging modalities|
|9:00–9:25||Calibration strategies to improve data comparability|
Jessica Turner, Ph.D.
|9:50–10:25||Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI)|
Dae-Shik Kim, Ph.D.
Douglas Rothman, Ph.D.
|1:00–3:00||Discussion with final summary|