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BOLD & Non-BOLD Contrasts in Human fMRI

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dace Apšvalka.

Will will stream ISMRM-23 “Advances in fMRI” Educational Course’s session on ”BOLD & Non-BOLD Contrasts in Human fMRI” by Sriranga Kashyap (Krembil Brain Institute, Toronto). Let’s watch it together and discuss it afterwards!

Abstract: FMRI is a non-invasive method that allows scientists to study the brain function during task or at rest. The BOLD contrast is the workhorse of functional neuroimaging. A cascade of physiological events following neuronal activity (changes in blood oxygenation, flow and volume) culminates in the BOLD signal. The versatility of MRI enables imaging of blood flow and volume using techniques such as Arterial Spin Labelling (ASL) and Vascular Space Occupancy (VASO) respectively. In this talk, we will learn about BOLD and non-BOLD contrasts (CBF, CBV ), discuss what they offer and how they differ in their application to human fMRI.

Venue: MRC CBU Lecture Theatre and Zoom

This talk is part of the CBU Monday Methods Meeting series.

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