Workshop 3

Connectome integration across modalities

Chair: David Van Essen

Recent advances in neuroimaging enable systematic exploration of long-distance pathways in the human brain.  This leads to tantalizing prospects for elucidating the human connectome, how it varies among healthy adults, and how it differs in neurological and psychiatric disorders.  This workshop will bring together experts who use complementary imaging modalities to infer patterns human brain connectivity.  These include diffusion imaging, resting-state fMRI, and EEG combined with transcranial magnetic stimulation.  Each modality has inherent limitations when considered in isolation.  The challenges and opportunities offered by integration of information across modalities will be discussed.


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