MRI NeuroImaging Meeting

At a glance

Next Meeting on September 3, 2024 at 11:00 in the DZNE

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The MRI - Neuroimaging Meeting brings together researchers from the University Tübingen, the Max Planck Institutes and the Werner Siemens Imaging Center to present and discuss MRI - NeuroImaging projects and findings. The goal is twofold. Firstly, the meeting facilitates exchange of the great research that is done across Tübingen. Secondly, our meeting embeds the (mandatory) project presentations on planned MRI projects. We will give you initial feedback on design, planned sequences, and analysis methods, but you can also present data where you got “stuck” in the analyses and/or need feedback for data analyses and interpretation. Sometimes, also new MRI methods or analyses approaches are presented.

The meeting takes place every first Tuesday of the month.

Meeting dates + Program

6 August 2024 ***SUMMER BREAK***


3 September 2024, 11:00-12:00 in the DZNE Conference Room

“Expert Talk”  

Stephanie Kullmann: "Effect of one exercise session on brain response to insulin"

1 slot is still available, if you would like to present, please send an email 

8 October 2024, 11:00-12:00 in the Auditorium of the Dep. of Psychiatry

2 slots available

5 November 2024, 11:00-12:00 in the DZNE Conference Room

2 slots available

3 December 2024, 11:00-12:00 in the Festsaal of the Dep. of Psychiatry 

Introduction of new Imaging Professor: Kerstin Ritter (Hertie AI) “TBA”

Mailing list 

If you would like to be part of the MRI - Neuroimaging Mailing list, send an email to 

Credit Points (for PhD students)

For members of the Graduate School, 1 CP are assigned for regular (personal) attendance per year (0.5 CP for half a year). If you need credit points, please get in touch with us at the meeting.

CME Points
If you would like to have CME points, please get in touch with us at the meeting.


How to present your project

There are three talk formats: Project Presentations, Feedback Talks, and Expert Talks.

Project Presentations are particularly suited to present new MR projects, Feedback Talks encompass planned projects (for example preparations for a Grant application) but allow also the discussion of ongoing projects. In Expert Talks, new methods, algorithms or scientific insights can be presented preferably of finalized and published studies.

Each talk should be maximally 10 minutes long and contain maximally 6 slides. In this way, several talks can be presented at one meeting. To register for a talk, please send an email with the title of the talk, your name and co-authors as well as affiliations and a short abstract (max. 100 words) to at least 1 week before the meeting.

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