The NCCR Evolving Language at ABIM2024
PhD candidate Amelie Haugg sharing her work about the brain response dynamics during novel script reading as compared to familiar script reading.
From January 7th to 11th, the 2024 session of the Alpin Brain Imaging Meeting (ABIM) took place in the small, picturesque village of Champéry, Switzerland, with scenic views of the Swiss Alps. ABIM is a yearly neuroscience meeting organized by many partners, including the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences (UNIGE).
This year’s edition had a full day devoted to the evolution and neurobiology of language, featuring talks from NCCR researchers Nina Kazanina, Irene Balboni and Amelie Haugg. Many NCCR members were also in the audience and could share their work through poster sessions.
The following days focused on other related topics, such as brain connectivity and clinical multimodal neuroimaging. More information about ABIM.