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Dear CBI Brain Study Groups:

In an effort to reduce the number of meetings, as well as to regroup our brain imaging research efforts, we would like to recombine the Adult and TBI/Adolescence Brain Study Groups. Our research efforts seemed to have had a much better outcome when we were a combined group.  Therefore, beginning with our July 10th meeting, we will meet as one group. Regular meetings will be on the second Tuesday of the month from 2-3 in CSB 210B. Also, please pass this email along to anyone who may be interested in joining the CBI Brain Study Group.

We also encourage you to attend any of the other CBI Study Groups that fit your research interests and please pass this information on to anyone you feel might want to attend.

Further information on all CBI meetings can be found at:  http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/cbi/education/CBIMeetings.

Joseph A. Helpern, Ph.D.

Director, Center for Biomedical Imaging

A message from Dr. Schacht, regarding the Addiction study group schedule:

Hi all,

Summer is quickly approaching, and I have quite a bit of travel coming up, as I suspect many of you do as well. I'd like to modify the CBI Addiction SG schedule to accommodate this; specifically, I'd like to reduce the meeting frequency from biweekly to monthly for the next few months. Thus, we will meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 12pm. These dates are:

June 5

July 3

August 7

This means we will not meet next Tuesday, 5/22.

Thanks, and happy summer!

Joseph P. Schacht, Ph.D.

The Center for Biomedical Imaging supports several clinically-oriented Study Groups that serve to foster collaborations between basic and clinical scientists leading to the development of pilot studies and eventual grant submissions. Several of these Study Groups have already been successful in securing external funding for collaborative projects.

Over the next few weeks, we will highlight the Study Groups that have been formed to date. We encourage you to attend any that may be of interest. If you would like to form a Study Group, please contact Dr. Joseph A. Helpern, Director or Dr. Truman R. Brown, Scientific Director at 876-2480.

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