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CIR Lunch and Learns

Day:     Most Wednesdays

Time:   Noon to 1 p.m.

Room:  MFRC 2063

Refreshments:  Pizza Lunch

Attendance:  Open

Contact:  Carrie O'Connor, 414-955-4956. coconnor@mcw.edu

Audioconferencing:  Available

Center for Imaging Research Lunch and Learn

Fall 2013

This year, the Center for Imaging Research is sponsoring weekly lunch-and-learn sessions on Wednesdays. Presenters are reviewing manuscripts in NeuroImage Volume 80, Mapping the Connectome.

"'Connectomics' is the study of connectivity in the brain; the term has come to include the mapping of both structural and functional connectivity, ranging in scale from the microscopic (neuronal-level) to the macroscopic (millimetre). The term 'connectome' was only recently coined (Sporns, Hagmann), although 'connectome is a term with a short history but a long past' (Catani).

This special issue on 'Mapping the Connectome' is a review of the major issues and current projects relating to connectomics; it aims to be comprehensive, albeit with a strong bias towards the macroscopic, in vivo, human connectome, as most appropriate for the readership of NeuroImage."

-- Steve Smith, PhD, FMRIB, Oxford, United Kingdom

 

Date and Presenter

NeuroImage Manuscript (Volume 80)

Sept. 11
Shi-Jiang Li, PhD
Professor
Department of Biophysics
Director
Center for Imaging Research
Smith, S. Introduction to the NeuroImage Special Issue “Mapping the Connectome” (Manuscript 1) and Van Essen DC, Smith SM, Barch DM, Behrens TEJ, Yacoub E, Ugurbil K. The WU-Minn Human Connectome Project: An overview. (Manuscript No. 10)
Oct. 9
Edgar "Ted" DeYoe
Professor
Departments of Cell Biology, Anatomy and Neuroanatomy; and Radiology
Yan CG, Craddock RC, Zuo XN, Zang YF, Milham MP. Standardizing the intrinsic brain: Towards robust measurement of inter-individual variation in 1000 functional connectomes. (Manuscript No. 20)
Oct. 16
Tugan Muftuler, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Neurosurgery
McNab JA, Edlow BL, Witzel T, Huang SY, Bhat H, Heberlein K, Feiweier T, Liu K, Keil B, Cohen-Adad J, Tisdall MD, Folkerth RD, Kinney HC, Wald LL. The Human Connectome Project and beyond: Initial applications of 300 mT/m gradients (Manuscript No. 19)
Oct. 23
Andrew Nencka, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Biophysics
Uğurbil K, Xu J, Auerbach EJ, Moeller S, Vu AT, Duarte-Carvajalino JM, Lenglet C, Wu X, Schmitter S, Van de Moortele PF, Strupp J, Sapiro G, De Martino F, Wang D, Harel N, Garwood M, Chen L, Feinberg DA, Smith SM, Miller KL, Sotiropoulos SN, Jbabdi S, Andersson JL, Behrens TE, Glasser MF, Van Essen DC, Yacoub E; WU-Minn HCP Consortium. Pushing spatial and temporal resolution for functional and diffusion MRI in the Human Connectome Project (Manuscript No. 11)
Oct. 30
Xiaolin Liu, PhD
Research Scientist
Department of Biophysics
Picchioni D, Duyn JH, Horovitz SG. Sleep and the functional connectome (Manuscript No. 33)
Nov. 6
Matthew Budde, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Neurosurgery
Sotiropoulos SN, Jbabdi S, Xu J, Andersson JL, Moeller S, Auerbach EJ, Glasser MF, Hernandez M, Sapiro G, Jenkinson M, Feinberg DA, Yacoub E, Lenglet C, Van Essen DC, Ugurbil K, Behrens TE; WU-Minn HCP Consortium. Advances in diffusion MRI acquisition and processing in the Human Connectome Project (Manuscript No. 13)
Nov. 13
Jeff Chen, PhD
Research Scientist
Department of Biophysics
Nakagawa TT, Jirsa VK, Spiegler A, McIntosh AR, Deco G. Bottom up modeling of the connectome: linking structure and function in the resting brain and their changes in aging. (Manuscript No. 27)
Nov. 20
Gary Chen
Graduate Student
Department of Biophysics
Fornito A, Zalesky A, Breakspear M. Graph analysis of the human connectome: promise, progress, and pitfalls. (Manuscript No. 37)
Dec. 4
Doug Schultz
Graduate Student
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Department of Psychology
Barch DM, Burgess GC, Harms MP, Petersen SE, Schlaggar BL, Corbetta M, Glasser MF, Curtiss S, Dixit S, Feldt C, Nolan D, Bryant E, Hartley T, Footer O, Bjork JM, Poldrack R, Smith S, Johansen-Berg H, Snyder AZ, Van Essen DC; WU-Minn HCP Consortium. Function in the human connectome: task-fMRI and individual differences in behavior. (Manuscript No. 15)
Dec. 11
Anthony Hudetz, PhD
Professor
Department of Anesthesiology

 

Schölvinck ML, Leopold DA, Brookes MJ, Khader PH. The contribution of electrophysiology to functional connectivity mapping.  (Manuscript No. 25)
Dec. 18
Elizabeth Zakszewski, PhD
Postdoctoral fellow
Department of Neurosurgery
O'Donnell LJ, Golby AJ, Westin CF.  Fiber clustering versus the parcellation-based connectome. (Manuscript No. 23)

 

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