Copyright © 2010 Second Biennial International Conference on Resting State Connectivity


Second Biennial International Conference on Resting-State Functional Brain Connectivity

September 16-19, 2010

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

This meeting is intended to bring together key researchers working on the physiological background, application, and analysis of resting state functional connectivity data in a very familial and highly interactive setting. The number of attendees will thus be restricted in order to ensure priority to communication on a highly professional level instead of promoting or introducing the phenomenon. During our three day schedule we will focus on physical, physiological, statistical, and psychological implications of r-fMRI and use the forum to define future directions of research.


The Conference will begin with a Welcoming Reception with food and drink on Thursday evening, September 16, 7:00 to 9:00 p. m. at the Medical College of Wisconsin.


The sessions are scheduled for three full days. Each day will have a major theme.


Each day will be broken up into four sessions. Sessions will have an expected mean duration of two hours and will include four to five speakers. A specific emphasis will be made for active discussions during the sessions. Additionally closing sessions at the end of each day will wrap up the main points and allow for future discussions.

Abstract Deadline

Abstracts are no longer being accepted.


Posters should be 42” x 42” (107 cm x 107 cm)



Registration is now closed.

Please pay your registration fee immediately.

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