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Time: 4:00 pm
Location: AA-1119 MCN
Directions: The new building is just a few steps west of the corner of Medical Center Drive and 21st Ave S, on the north side of Medical Center Drive. Enter via the large glass-faced front, which faces the Medical Arts Building across the street. Take the elevator to the 1st floor - the stair doors are locked - and the conference room is at the back of the building on the right (in the northwest corner).
This twice-monthly workshop is an opportunity for imaging scientists and those who use imaging in their research to get together and discuss new problems and new approaches in imaging. We focus on functional MRI. Please advertise this to your friends, postdocs, and students, and feel free to send me requests for specific topics of interest to you, or offers to present or lead a workshop.
I send email reminders before each meeting. To get on or off the list, email me: baxter.rogers at vanderbilt.edu.
|Jan. 23, 2007||Baxter Rogers||
Connectivity modeling and sources of variance|
A Caclin and P Fonlupt. "Effect of initial fMRI data modeling on the connectivity reported between brain areas." Neuroimage 2006 Nov 1;33(2):515-21.
B Horwitz. The elusive concept of brain connectivity. Neuroimage 2003 19:466-70.
Horwitz, B.; Warner, B.; Fitzer, J.; Tagamets, M.; Husain, F.T. & Long, T.W. Investigating the neural basis for functional and effective connectivity. Application to fMRI. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 2005 , 360 , 1093-108
|Feb. 13, 2007||Stephenie Harrison, Joel Pearson||
KJ, Rotshtein P, Geng JJ, Sterzer P, Henson RN. "A critique of
functional localisers." Neuroimage 2006 May 1;30(4):1077-87.
Saxe R, Brett M, Kanwisher N. "Divide and conquer: a defense of functional localizers." Neuroimage 2006 May 1;30(4):1088-96.
|Feb. 27, 2007||Allen Newton||MD Fox, AZ Snyder, JM Zacks, ME Raichle. "Coherent spontaneous activity accounts for trial-to-trial variability in human evoked brain responses." Nature Neurosci 9:23-25 (2005).|
|Mar. 13, 2007||Jason Williams||Pharmacological fMRI
AJ Schwarz, A Gozzi, T Reese, A Bifone. In vivo mapping of functional connectivity in neurotransmitter systems using pharmacological MRI. NeuroImage 34(4):1627-1636 (2007).
J Choi, Y Chen, E Hamel, B Jenkins. Brain hemodynamic changes mediated by dopamine receptors: Role of the cerebral microvasculature in dopamine-mediated neurovascular coupling. NeuroImage 30(3):700-712 (2005).
A Schwarz, B Whitcher, A Gozzi, T Reese, A Bifone. Study-level wavelet cluster analysis and data-driven signal models in pharmacological MRI. J Neurosci Methods 159(2):346-360 (2006).
|Mar. 27, 2007||Baxter Rogers, Suzanne Avery||Comparison of methods for transforming brains to atlas space for group analysis|
|Apr. 10, 2007||Vicky Morgan||Temporal Clustering Analysis
VL Morgan, Y Li, B Abou-Khalil, JC Gore. Development of 2dTCA for the detection of irregular, transient BOLD activity. Human Brain Mapping 2007 (in press).
X Zhao, D Glahn, LH Tan, N Li, J Xiong, JH Gao. Comparison of TCA and ICA techniques in fMRI data processing. J Magn Reson Imaging 19:397-402 (2004).
|Apr. 24, 2007||Paige Scalf||fMRI analysis using the FSL software package|
|May. 8, 2007||Merida Grant||Functionally distinct regions of anterior cingulate|
A collection of useful materials mentioned in the data analysis workshops. Access to the slides is limited to Vanderbilt users, who get the password from baxter.rogers at vanderbilt.edu.