2019 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMAN BRAIN DEVELOPMENT

Individual Differences and Brain-Mind Development: Focusing on Developmental Population Neuroscience

October 21-22, 2019

Hangzhou, China

The 4th International Conference of Human Brain Development (ICHBD) will be held at Hangzhou in October 2019. The conference brings together the most famous experts in human brain development, including Christian Beckmann, Tonya White and Helen Juan Zhou. The theme of the conference is “Individual Differences and Brain-Mind Development: Focusing on Developmental Population Neuroscience”. The ICHBD devoting to the development of brain, behaviors, neurological and neuropsychological disorders, is committed to reaching a deeper understanding of the brain mechanisms underlying mental health, and exploring the normal and abnormal development in brain structure and function. We sincerely hope that the successful holding of this conference can contribute to the progress of brain sciences in China!

The conference was sponsored by the Key Laboratory of Behavioral Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and organized by Hangzhou Normal University.

Topic

healthy brain development, reproducibility, clinical translational applications, lifespan development, neuroimaging of brain and behaviors.

Invited Speakers

Christian Beckmann, Radboud University, Netherlands

“Big data for precision medicine: Novel approaches for charting resting-state functional connectivity & connectopies”

精准医疗大数据:绘制静息态功能连接和连接图的新方法

Tonya White, Erasmus University, Netherlands

“Genes, Environment, and Stochastic Processes: Pediatric population Neuroscience and the borders of brain plasticity ”

基因、环境和随机过程:儿童群体神经科学和大脑可塑性的边界

Juan Zhou, Duke-National University of Singapore Medical School, Singapore

“Brain structural and functional networks reveal heterogeneity in neurodevelopmental disorders”

脑结构和功能网络揭示了神经发育障碍的异质性

Fei-Yan Chen, Zhejiang University, China

“The Effects of Cognitive Training on Brain Structure and Function ”

认知训练对大脑结构和功能的影响

Yao-Jing Chen, Beijing Normal University, China

“Beijing Aging Brain Rejuvenation Initiative: aging with grace”

北京老年脑健康计划:优雅地老去

Xuan Dong, Changzhou Children’s hospital, China

“A Study on the Cognitive Development of Normal School-age Children and the Application of Achievement Conversion ”

学龄期正常儿童认知发展及成果转化应用研究

Jian-Feng Feng, Fudan university, China

“Computational approaches to mental healthy disorders: searching etiology in depression ”

心理健康障碍的计算方法:寻找抑郁症的病因

Gao-Lang Gong, Beijing Normal University, China

“Hemispheric difference in white matter connectivity: From a genetic perspective”

白质连通性的半球差异:从遗传视角

Li Liu, Beijing Normal University, China

“The Structural and Functional Connectivity Under pinning Individual Differences of First and Second Language Reading: evidence from Chinese-English Bilingual Children”

第一语言和第二语言阅读结构和功能连接的个体差异:来自汉英双语儿童的证据

Wen-Bo Luo, Liaoning Normal University, China

“Individual differences in empathy reflected in structural and functional correlates of brain”

共情大脑结构和功能的个体差异

Hai-Jing Niu, Beijing Normal University, China

Resting-state fNIRS: a promising technique for child brain development”

静息状态fNIRS:一种有前景的儿童大脑发育技术

Yan-Jie Su, Peking University, China

“Decomposing the neurocognitive development of social pragmatics”

社会语用学神经认知发展分解

Chao-Gan Yan, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

“The REST-meta-MDD Project: towards a Neuroimaging Biomarker of Major Depressive Disorder”

REST-meta-MDD项目:重度抑郁症的神经影像学生物标志物

Yu-Feng Zang, Hangzhou Normal University, China

“Chasing small p value may not save reproducibility: A multi-center Parkinson’s disease study with resting-state fMRI ”

追求小的p值可能对提高可重复性没有帮助:一个多中心帕金森症静息态功能磁共振研究

Yuan Zhou, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

“Genetic and environmental contributions to decision making and its neural basis”

基因和环境对青少年及青年决策及其神经基础的影响

Lu-Sha Zhu, Peking University, China

“Decomposing the neurocognitive development of social pragmatics”

社会语用学神经认知发展分解

Xi-Nian Zuo, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

“A Decade of Measurement Reliability in Mapping Human Brain with Resting-State FMRI: History, Issues, Cohorts, Solutions and Future”

利用静息态功能磁共振成像绘制人脑的测量信度:历史、问题、队列、解决方案和未来

Conference Schedule

21 October 2019 (Day 1)

8:00 am to 9:00 am

Registration and Reception

9:00 am to 9:30 am

Opening Ceremony

Topic 1: Genetic and Environmental Effects                        Chair: Xi-Nian Zuo

(First 2 mins)

Introduction

9:30 am to 10:20 am

Keynote Talk: Genes, Environment, and Stochastic Processes: Pediatric Population Neuroscience and the Borders of Brain Plasticity

Tonya White, Erasmus University, Netherlands

10:20 am to 10:40 am

Break

10:40 am to 11:10 am

Invited Talk: Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Decision Making and Its Neural Basis in Adolescents and Young Adults

Yuan Zhou, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

11:10 am to 11:40 am

Invited Talk: Hemispheric Difference in White Matter Connectivity: from a Genetic Perspective

Gao-Lang Gong, Beijing Normal University, China

11:40 am to 12:00 pm

Q&A, Photo-talking

12:00 pm to 13:30 pm

Lunch Break

Topic2: Cognition and Emotion                        Chair: Yu-Feng Zang

(First 2 mins)

Introduction

13:30 pm to 14:20 pm

Keynote Talk: Decomposing the Neurocognitive Development of Social Pragmatics

Yan-Jie Su & Lu-Sha Zhu, Peking University, China

14:20 pm to 14:50 pm

Invited Talk: The Structural and Functional Connectivity Underpinning Individual Differences of First and Second Language Reading: Evidence from Chinese-english Bilingual Children

Li Liu, Beijing Normal University, China

14:50 pm to 15:20 pm

Invited Talk: Individual Differences in Empathy Reflected in Structural and Functional Correlates of Brain

Wen-Bo Luo, Liaoning Normal University, China

15:20 pm to 15:40 pm

Q&A

15:40 pm to 16:00 pm

Break

16:00 pm to 16:30 pm

Invited Talk: A Study on the Cognitive Development of Normal School-age Children and the Application of Achievement Conversion

Xuan Dong, Changzhou children’s hospital, China

16:30 pm to 17:00 pm

Invited Talk: The Effects of Cognitive Training on Brain Structure and Function

Fei-Yan Chen, Zhejiang University, China

17:00 pm to 17:30 pm

Q&A, Summary

22 October 2019 (Day 2)

9:00 am to 9:10 am

Opening Summary

Topic 3: Developmental Cohorts                        Chair: Tonya White

(First 2 mins)

Introduction

9:10 am to 10:00 am

Keynote Talk: Brain Structural and Functional Networks Reveal Heterogeneity in Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Juan Zhou, Duke-National University of Singapore Medical School, Singapore

10:00 am to 10:30 am

Invited Talk: Beijing Aging Brain Rejuvenation Initiative: Aging with Grace

Yao-Jing Chen, Beijing Normal University, China

10:30 am to 10:50 am

Break

10:50 am to 11:20 am

Invited Talk: Resting-state fNIRS: a Promising Technique for Child Brain Development

Hai-Jing Niu, Beijing Normal University, China

11:20 am to 11:50 am

Invited Talk: A Decade of Measurement Reliability in Mapping Human Brain with Resting-State fMRI: History, Issues, Cohorts, Solutions and Future

Xi-Nian Zuo, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

11:50 am to 12:10 pm

Q&A

12:10 pm to 13:30 pm

Lunch Break

Topic 4: Translational Medicine                        Chair: Yan-Jie Su

(First 2 mins)

Introduction

13:30 pm to 14:20 pm

Keynote Talk: Big Data for Precision Medicine: Novel Approaches for Charting Resting-state Functional Connectivity & Connectopies

Christian Beckmann, Radboud University, Netherlands

14:20 pm to 14:50 pm

Invited Talk: Chasing Small P Value May Not Save Reproducibility: a Multi-center Parkinson’s Disease Study with Resting-state fMRI

Yu-Feng Zang, Hangzhou Normal University, China

14:50 pm to 15:10 pm

Q&A

15:10 pm to 15:30 pm

Break

15:30 pm to 16:00 pm

Invited Talk: The REST-meta-MDD Project: towards a Neuroimaging Biomarker of Major Depressive Disorder

Chao-Gan Yan, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

16:00 pm to 16:30 pm

Invited Talk: Computational Approaches to Mental Healthy Disorders: Searching Etiology in Depression

Jian-Feng Feng, Fudan university, China

16:30 pm to 17:00 pm

Q&A

17:00 pm to 17:30 pm

Closing Ceremony

23 October 2019 (Day3) Education Course

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Submitting Abstracts

Submission date: September 24, 2019-October 15, 2019

The ICHBD invites researchers to submit abstracts for the poster presentation of research relevant to the topic of the conference no more than 250 words. All submissions will be reviewed by experts, among which approved abstracts will be published in the conference brochure. Please send your abstracts to ichbd@psych.ac.cn before October 15, 2019.

Contact Us

For any queries, please contact us (Email: ichbd@psych.ac.cn). We are pleased to welcome you and wish for you a fun and productive meeting.