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The Human Connectome Project Multimodal Cortical Parcellation: New Avenues for Brain Research

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TGMW42 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging – Connecting with Academia

The Human Connectome Project's multi-modal parcellation represents the most cyto-architecturally consistent, mapping of the cortical surface to-date. In this talk I will discuss the methodological advances that made this possible, before discussing the potential for modelling trends in behaviour, cognition and the development of disease from this data; finally presenting the challenges that must be overcome before we can predict these traits in individuals with high accuracy.



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