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Relating structure and function: Diffusion and modularity in the human connectome

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Large-scale structural and functional brain networks have been studied for the past decade, though the mapping from one to the other remain unclear. In this talk, we explore this structure/function relationship in terms of a diffusion process instantiated on the structural cortical network. The evolution of these dynamics illuminates the communities of nodes at multiple organizational levels, which we then compare to observed functional networks. We discover that some communities are more closely related to functional connectivity than others and that the relationship between community structure and functional connectivity is most direct around a single organizational scale.

This talk is part of the Brain Mapping Unit Networks Meeting and the Cambridge Connectome Consortium series.

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