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2009 CNTRICS II: First Meeting: Evaluating Potential Biomarkers of Cognitive Function

The multisector collaboration called Cognition Neuroscience Treatment Research to Improve Cognition in Schizophrenia (CNTRICS) is engaged in a challenging project to find treatments for the cognitive deficits in schizophrenia. In particular, they are trying to determine what animal models are appropriate for this work. At the first meeting in their second round of work, a number of talks were presented, and we list them here. Please navigate to conference page to watch the videocasts.

2009 CNTRICS II First Meeting: Evaluating Potential Biomarkers of Cognitive Function
29-30 October, 2009, Maritime Institute of Technology, Linthicum Heights, Maryland


Introduction and Overview
Cameron Carter: Introduction and Background for CNTRICS
Deanna Barch: Summary of Survey Results
Ed Bullmore: The Promises and Pitfalls of Cognitive Biomarkers in Treatment Research


EEG and ERP Methods
Matti Hamalainen: Physiological Bases of EEG and MEG Signals and the Application of MEG in Translational Research
Steve Luck: Methodological Challenges for EEG in Clinical and Translational Research
Kevin Spencer: Time Frequency Approaches for EEG Analysis (Time Coherence, etc.)
Peter Uhlhaas: Discussion


Novel Methods
Alain Dagher: Dynamic Ligand Based Cognitive/Affective Imaging
Maria Franceschini: NIRs
Sarah-Holly Lisanby: Recent Advances in TMS
Alvaro Pascual-Leone: Recent Advances in TMS II


Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Peter Bandettini: Physiological Bases of Bold Signal & Pharmacological Effects on the Hemodynamic Response
Gary Glover: Reliability, Quality Assurance and Multisite Trials
Danny Mathalon: Analysis Approaches to the Assessment of Reliability
Tor Wager: Analysis Approaches—Optimizing Sensitivity and Inference for Translation
Randy Gollub: Discussion



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