Some of our lab members presented their research at the CAIR 5th Anniversary Research Symposium at the Alberta Children's Hospital on March 27, 2018. Congrats to everyone on their fantastic posters, and to Aneesh Khetani for winning Best Poster!

 Aneesh Khetani - Evaluation of a visospatial n-back task in fMRI to examine working memory network activation in children following a mild traumatic brain injury -  Winner of Best Poster!

Aneesh Khetani - Evaluation of a visospatial n-back task in fMRI to examine working memory network activation in children following a mild traumatic brain injury - Winner of Best Poster!

 Manu Schuetze - Intact reward functioning towards restricted interests in Austism Spectrum Disorder during reinforcement learning

Manu Schuetze - Intact reward functioning towards restricted interests in Austism Spectrum Disorder during reinforcement learning

 Christiane Rohr - Age predicts changes in functional networks in early childhood: Integration of sensory and cognitive networks

Christiane Rohr - Age predicts changes in functional networks in early childhood: Integration of sensory and cognitive networks

 Logan Haynes - Exploring the effects of age-appropriate brain templates on voxel-based morphometry analysis

Logan Haynes - Exploring the effects of age-appropriate brain templates on voxel-based morphometry analysis

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AuthorSigne Bray