• Speaker: Wen Hongwei
  • Date: 10:30 A.M., Friday, Dec 16, 2016
  • Place: Intelligent building Meeting Room #6

A growing body of experimental evidence suggests that functional connectivity at rest is shaped by the un-derlying anatomical structure. Furthermore, the organizational properties of resting-state functional net-works are thought to serve as the basis for an optimal cognitive integration. A disconnection at the structural level, as occurring in some brain diseases, would then lead to functional and presumably cognitive impairments.


Cabral, J., Hugues, E., Kringelbach, M.L., Deco, G. (2012) Modeling the outcome of structural disconnection on resting-state functional connectivity. Neuroimage, 62:1342-1353.


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Last Modified: 2017/04/06 15:33 | Author: Wen Hongwei