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The Interplay Between the Peripheral and Central Nervous Systems: A Preliminary Network Perspective

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Graph analysis of functional or structural brain data has provided tremendous knowledge of how the brain works as a unique complex system. Slow brain oscillations play an especially important role in the establishment of certain functional brain networks. However, few studies in this field discuss the dissemination of such “functional connectivity” outside the brain, not to mention the interaction between them. By preliminary results of three rfMRI experiments, I’ll be discussing the possibility of how brain dynamics and complex networks could affect and be affected by that outside the brain.

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

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