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Resting State Functional Connectivity: Promises and Pitfalls (2pm, Wednesday, August 19, 2015 )
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Time: 14:00, Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Venue: Room 2001, East Guanghua Building, Handan Campus, Fudan University

Speaker: Biswal Bharat

        
        Professor and Chair of Biomedical Engineering
        (New Jersey Institute of Technology, University Heights Newark)
 
Title: Resting State Functional Connectivity: Promises and Pitfalls

 Abstract: 

Although long a condition of interest spanning the gamut of neuroimaging modalities, 
study of the "null", "fixation", or "resting" state has recently fluorished. The fMRI
community, in particular has zealously embraced resting state approaches to mapping
brain organization and function. Now, having demonstrated its utility for charting the 
large-scale functional architecture of the brain, and potential for identification of 
biomarkers for clinical conditions, the field is returning to fundamental questions regarding
the significance and validity of resting state phenomena. Here, we discuss these challenges, 
and outline current developments.

 

 

 

 

 

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