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Resting State fMRI & Recent Advances

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Will will stream ISMRM-23 “Advances in fMRI” Educational Course’s session on ”Resting State fMRI & Recent Advances” by Marta Bianciardi (Harvard University). Let’s watch it together and discuss it afterwards!

Abstract: In this course, we first describe the major networks defined in humans based on resting state fMRI. We then present methods used for static and dynamic resting state fMRI connectivity analysis. Further, we provide an overview of resting state fMRI applications in neuroscience and in clinical studies, including recent advances in the field. Finally, we discuss current limitations of resting state fMRI methods and future directions. The target audience includes MRI scientists, neuroscientists, clinical researchers, neurologists and neurosurgeons interested in learning about methods, applications and recent advances of resting state fMRI in humans.

Venue: MRC CBU Lecture Theatre and Zoom

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

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