Events for Mar 28 2022

Monday, March 28, 2022 - 1:00pm

My research focuses on three topics. The first is the development of brain imaging methods that link computational models and in vivo measures of brain function. The second is the study of the functional organization of the auditory sub-cortical and cortical pathway. The third is the use of high... read more about Mapping the human auditory pathway: computational models and ultra-high-field fMRI »

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Monday, March 28, 2022 - 5:30pm
Duke North, Room 2001

Increasingly rigorous research has demonstrated important relationships between participation in religious communities and health outcomes. For numerous outcomes, however, especially well-being, more rigorous evidence is needed. So-called "outcome-wide" designs are put forward as an important... read more about Outcome-Wide Studies, Religious Communities, and Human Flourishing »