The winners were recognized for their impressive contributions to the field of MoBI research during an awards ceremony on July 13th. There, we played a video (see below) from our first-place winner, Joanna E.M. Scanlon, who was unfortunately unable to attend in person. A co-author received the second-place award on behalf of Dr Anderson Oliveira, who was also unfortunately not present. Sarah Blum, the third-place winner delivered a short talk on her award-winning research, which was very well received by the audience.
Congratulations again to the top 3 and many thanks to all the scientists who submitted their work to the 2018 MoBI Award. (See here for the top ranked contributions 2018).
Of course, we would like to also thank all of the jury members for their time and dedication as well as the MoBI Society for providing us the opportunity to hold the award ceremony at the 3rd International Mobile Brain/Body Imaging Conference in Berlin. We are already looking forward to the next instance of the MoBI Award!