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Topics in Addiction: Sarah Tilden on “Using Brain Computer Interface fNIRs-based Neurofeedback to Improve Treatment Outcome in Alcohol Use Disorder Patients: A Clinical Trial”
June 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Sarah Tilden, Penn State College of Medicine graduate student in anatomy, conducting her dissertation research with Dr. Scott Bunce in the Department of Psychology, will present “Using Brain Computer Interface fNIRs-based Neurofeedback to Improve Treatment Outcome in Alcohol Use Disorder Patients: A Clinical Trial” as part of the Topics in Addiction seminar series. The talk will also be available via Zoom. Light refreshments will be provided.
Topics in Addiction is the monthly gathering of Penn State Addiction Center for Translation (PS ACT) to discuss topics related to addiction. Topics are presented in an informal environment in ways that are accessible to the faculty, staff and students of Penn State College of Medicine and Penn State of any background. The program hopes to reach not only basic scientists and clinicians, but also everyone who has an interest in addiction and its widespread implications on research, clinical work, medical education, policy and the community.
The group meets on the second Tuesday of most months from noon to 1 p.m. in Room C3860 at Penn State College of Medicine (video-conferenced to Room 218, Biobehavioral Health, at University Park). The seminars are streamed live via Zoom and recorded.
Sessions will vary in focus and format depending on the speaker.
If you have any questions, speaker or topic requests, or would like to be added to the Topics in Addiction Mailing List, please contact Sarah Ballard at email@example.com