Brain Core Colloquium: NeuroVault, NiiLearn, and Bridging the Gap between Machine-Learning and Other Algorithms

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Join us for a talk by Dr. Gaël Varoquaux, a tenured research director at Inria (French Computer Science National research) and scientist at the Neurospin brain research institute. His research focuses on statistical-learning tools for data science and scientific inference. Since 2008, he has been exploring data-intensive approaches to understand brain function and mental health.

Brain Core Colloquium's goal is to learn and discuss cutting-edge neuroscience and neuroimaging research that strives - in some way - to visualize the living brain's microstructure. The second Friday of each month is dedicated to hosting prominent external speakers. All other Friday sessions either 1) highlight work from researchers at UAB, Auburn, and Tuscaloosa, 2) center on computational neuroscience skills and tutorials, or 3) offer a glimpse of upcoming speakers' latest research. 

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Friday, September 25, 2020 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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