Oral Presentations

Presentations are brief discussions of a focused topic delivered to a group of listeners in order to impart knowledge and to stimulate discussion. Oral presentations, beginning with an introduction and ending with a conclusion, are regarded as an excellent means of communicating basic science and clinical research.

  1. Rusiak K, Bokde A, McNulty J, Mullins P (2014, April). Metabolic Changes in the Posterior Cingulate Gyrus across Age: a 1H-MRS study, British Chapter ISMRM Postgraduate conference, Cardiff.
  2. Kehoe E G (2014, March) Exploring White Matter Changes in the Fornix in Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Diffusion-Based Tractography Study. Young Life Scientists Ireland Symposium, Trinity Biosciences Institute.
  3.  Kehoe E G (2014, March) An Investigation of Hippocampal Subfield Volume Changes in Ageing and Mild Cognitive Impairment and their Relation to Memory Function. EPS Cognitive Ageing Workshop, Pershore, UK.
  4. Kehoe E G, Ciblis A, Butler M L, Durkan J, McNulty J, Mullins P, Bokde A (2013, May). NeuroSKILL: A New Neuroimaging Initiative to Improve Training and Skills in Neuroimaging Applied to Dementia in Ireland and North Wales. Oral and poster presentation at the annual C-TRIC Translational Medicine Conference, Derry, Northern Ireland.
  5. Farrell D, Kehoe E G, McNulty J, Mullins P, Bokde  A (2013, May). Hippocampal Volume as a Biomarker for Alzheimer’s Disease: a Novel Graphical Method. Oral and poster presentation at the annual C-TRIC Translational Medicine Conference, Derry, Northern Ireland.