* All times are based on Canada/Eastern EDT.

  • AM 8:00

    Canada/Eastern

    AM 8:00 - AM 9:00 EDT
    Atrium

    Breakfast and registration

    AM 9:00

    Canada/Eastern

    AM 9:00 - AM 9:15 EDT
    Plenary - MB 1.210

    Opening remarks

    AM 9:15

    Canada/Eastern

    AM 9:15 - AM 10:00 EDT
    Plenary - MB 1.210
      Keynote
      Conférence principale

    Rising Star in Bio-lmaging in Quebec Lecture: Emily BJ Coffey

    Playing with sleep: causal manipulation of memory-related brain oscillations / Introduction by Martin Lepage

    AM 10:00

    Canada/Eastern

    AM 10:00 - AM 10:45 EDT
    Plenary - MB 1.210
      Keynote
      Conférence principale

    Rising Star in Bio-Imaging in Quebec Lecture: Marie Brossard-Racine

    Neuroimaging in survivors of early life adversities / Introduction by Christine Tardif

    AM 10:30

    Canada/Eastern

    AM 10:30 - AM 10:45 EDT
    Atrium

    Coffee break

    AM 11:00

    Canada/Eastern

    AM 11:00 - PM 12:30 EDT
    Plenary - MB 1.210
      Clinical bio-imaging and human studies
      Bio-imagerie clinique et études humaines

    Flash talks session 1

    Each speaker will have 3 minutes to present their work with a maximum of 3 slides. The remainder of the session will be used for open discussion amongst presenters and attendees.

    AM 11:01

    Canada/Eastern

    AM 11:01 - PM 12:30 EDT
    Lecture hall - MB 3.210
      Methodological advances
      Avancées méthodologiques

    Flash talk session 2

    Each speaker will have 3 minutes to present their work with a maximum of 3 slides. The remainder of the session will be used for open discussion amongst presenters and attendees.

    PM 12:30

    Canada/Eastern

    PM 12:30 - PM 2:00 EDT
    Atrium

    Lunch

    PM 2:00

    Canada/Eastern

    PM 2:00 - PM 3:15 EDT
    Plenary - MB 1.210
      Clinical bio-imaging and human studies
      Bio-imagerie clinique et études humaines

    Flash talks session 3

    Each speaker will have 3 minutes to present their work with a maximum of 3 slides. The remainder of the session will be used for open discussion amongst presenters and attendees.

    PM 2:01

    Canada/Eastern

    PM 2:01 - PM 3:15 EDT
    Lecture hall - MB 3.210
      Ultrasound, basic bio-imaging, and animal models
      Ultrasons, bio-imagerie fondamentale, et modèle animal

    Flash talk session 4

    Each speaker will have 3 minutes to present their work with a maximum of 3 slides. The remainder of the session will be used for open discussion amongst presenters and attendees.

    PM 3:15

    Canada/Eastern

    PM 3:15 - PM 3:30 EDT
    Atrium

    Coffee break

    PM 3:30

    Canada/Eastern

    PM 3:30 - PM 3:50 EDT
    Plenary - MB 1.210

    Past, present, and future of QBIN

    QBIN co-directors, Martin Lepage and Christine Tardif

    PM 3:50

    Canada/Eastern

    PM 3:50 - PM 4:00 EDT
    Plenary - MB 1.210

    Updates from the QBIN Student and Postdoc Committee

    PM 4:00

    Canada/Eastern

    PM 4:00 - PM 5:00 EDT
    Plenary - MB 1.210
      Keynote
      Conférence principale

    William Feindel Lecture: Mickael Tanter

    Ultrasound in Neuroscience / Introduction by Habib Benali

    PM 5:00

    Canada/Eastern

    PM 5:00 - PM 5:15 EDT
    Plenary - MB 1.210

    Closing remarks and prize announcements

    PM 5:15

    Canada/Eastern

    PM 5:15 - PM 6:30 EDT
    Atrium

    Cocktail reception

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