Sessions from the INCF Neuroinformatics Assembly 2022 day 2.
INCF Assembly 2022 - Day 2 Sessions
The lack of diversity and inclusion continues to remain an issue in STEM. Even though it is well acknowledged, and there are initiatives that promote diversity and inclusion, progress is slow. The INCF, as an umbrella organization in neuroscience, is incredibly well placed to help accelerate our progress by bringing its members (both institutional and individual) together to discuss what concrete steps we, as a community, can take.
The purpose of this workshop is to highlight some of the initiatives currently underway to build biologically detailed neuronal network models as well as those projects building the infrastructure to make it easier to develop, disseminate and compare the models. This workshop is an activity of the INCF Working Group on Standardized Representations of Network Structures.
This lesson describes the EEG Norms Initiative set forth by the Global Brain Consortium (GBC), a multinational network which, among other aims, promotes FAIR data sharing and analysis of multi-modal neuroimaging data.
This lesson contains a panel discussion led by the Neuroimaging Quality Control (niQC) working group. Various tool developers and methods researchers discuss unaddressed gaps regarding interoperability and harmonization of results across quality assurance and processing ecosystems.
This half-hour lesson consists of three brief talks dealing with computational neuroscience, data sharing, and science gateways for collaborative research efforts.
This discussion panel will covers the challenges the EEG and neuroimaging community face as an interface between neuroinformatics and clinical/basic science research.