About the speaker
Dr Marion Criaud is a postdoctoral research associate in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry department at King’s College London. Her current work focuses on developing a new non-medical treatment for children with ADHD called fMRI NeuroFeedback. She has a keen interest in identifying best practice in fMRI and understanding the limitations when applied in psychiatry.
About the talk
Functional MRI is not highly reproducible, and a lot of factors are influencing this. Some we can control, and some we can’t. fMRI data are extremely sensitive; we cannot always control the quality. But there are things we can do to improve reliability in fMRI. We are going to go over the fragility of fMRI data and what we can do to ensure the data is managed in the best way possible.