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November 6, 2023
Adam S. Greenberg, PhD, associate professor in the Marquette-MCW Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering and associate dean of postdoctoral education at the MCW Graduate School, has been invited to give an IEEE Keynote Address on Neuroimaging, sponsored by the Milwaukee Chapter of IEEE and the Milwaukee School of Engineering. The title of Dr. Greenberg’s seminar will be “Neural Mechanisms of Auditory Object Perception.”
This free event will take place on the MSOE campus from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9. Professionals and students from across the range of engineering and health science disciplines are invited to join this in-person seminar to learn more about cutting edge approaches to studying and understanding the complex functioning of the human brain, in this case, how we process and perceive auditory information using medical imaging technology.
The event is open to both IEEE and non-IEEE members, but you must register by November 7th. Students/trainees from Milwaukee area universities are encouraged to attend.
Following the lecture, attendees are invited to stay for dinner (a taco bar) and networking.
Dr. Greenberg’s research is focused at the intersection of neuroscience, engineering and cognitive science. He uses brain imaging, computational modeling and human behavioral methods to examine the information processing architecture of the brain in both health and disease.