INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD

The International Advisory Board for Biomagnetism (IAB) is a board of appointed individuals who act as an oversight and advisory body for the organization of the International Conference on Biomagnetism (Biomag). The IAB was established at the 1987 Biomag meeting held in Tokyo, Japan, by founding members: Kazuhiko Atsumi (Japan, chair), Toivo Katila (Finland, secretary), David Cohen (USA), Sergio Erne (Germany), Gian-Luca Romani (Italy), Shoogo Ueno (Japan), Harold Weinberg (Canada), Samuel Williamson (USA), and John Wikswo (USA). Membership of the IAB is based on an individual’s contributions to the field of Biomagnetism by serving as chair of the organizing committee for an International Biomag conference.

MEMBERS

International Advisory Board Membership (2016 – 2018)

Chun-Kee Chung, Chair, Seoul, Korea
Ryan D’Arcy, Secretary General, Vancouver, Canada

Olivier Bertrand, Lyon, France
Douglas Cheyne, Toronto, Canada
David Cohen, Boston, MA, USA
Lüder Deecke, Vienna, Austria
Sergio Erne, Jena, Germany
Eric Halgren, San Diego, CA, USA
Jens Haueisen, Jena, Germany
Toivo Katila, Helsinki, Finland
Shinya Kuriki, Tokyo, Japan
Timothy Roberts, Philadelphia, MA, USA
Gian Luca Romani, Chieti, Italy
Selma Supek, Zagreb, Croatia
Shoogo Ueno, Fukuoka, Japan
Harold Weinberg, Burnaby, BC, Canada
Chris Wood, Santa Fe, NM, USA