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Matthew Brett

I have been teaching brain imaging since 1998, in London, Cambridge, Berkeley and Birmingham, UK.

Jean-Baptise Poline

I am an associate professor at McGill University, Montréal, and have been working on brain imaging methods and reproducibility for much of my long career in the field. I have a longstanding interest in teaching methods of brain imaging, and have co-taught earlier versions of this course with Matthew at Berkeley.

Chris Markiewicz

I work in the Poldrack lab in Stanford. My interests are reproducible science, neuroinformatics and scientific Python.

Oscar Esteban

I am a Research and Teaching SNSF Fellow at the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) and University of Lausanne. I am a Python enthusiast and worried about the reliability of neuroimaging measurements and an active member of the NiPreps Community.

Zvi Baratz

I am a computational neuroscience researcher with a passion for open-source software, Python programming, and open science.