In early February 2020, prior to sweeping lockdowns due to the pandemic, the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute (USC INI) at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, hosted the Pacific Rim New Horizons international conference. Uniting renowned experts, rising leaders, and early-stage investigators from around the world under the theme “neuroimaging across the lifespan,” the three-day meeting sought to determine the future research and initiatives necessary to advance our understanding of the brain at every stage of life.
Now, as a result of the conference, the journal Brain Imaging and Behavior has published Special Issue: 2020 Pacific Rim New Horizons in Human Brain Imaging: Neuroimaging across the Lifespan. This collection highlights ten original research reports led by several of the conference attendees.
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