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Advances in resting state fMRI

From the linked website:

Stanford University is hosting a one-day symposium on June 17th 2009 entitled "Advances in Resting-state fMRI" as a satellite meeting to Human Brain Mapping conference in San Francisco. The meeting will provide the opportunity for leaders in the field of resting-state fMRI to meet and exchange ideas in a setting more conducive to group discussion of important issues in the field.

The event is sponsored by Stanford Departments of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Psychology.