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CNSeminars PROUDLY PRESENTS

THIS MONTH'S EVENT

                        Structural Connectivity of the Cerebral Cortex

                                           Co-hosted by: Dr Hiromasa Takemura (Japan),

                                        Dr Stephanie Forkel & Dr Michel Thiebaut de Schotten (France)

                                        12-13 November 2020, from 4-6PM UTC+1 (Paris time)

                                        #CNScomms

 Rewatch symposium on our YouTube channel

CNSeminars is joining forces with the journal, Brain Structure and Function (BSAF), and the Springer Neuroscience Network to host the first BSAF 'Structural Connectivity of the Cerebral Cortex' Special Issue symposium.  Co-hosted by Dr Hiromasa Takamura and Dr Michel Thiebaut de Schotten, this 2-day event will feature 10 different experts presenting various topics related to structural connectivity with time for a Q&A. See below for a tentative programme.

 

In the run-up to the symposium, want to learn some fun facts about the cortex and its connections? Watch our Intro 101 video!

Click the journal here to access all of the articles: 

Intro101: The Cortex & its Connections:

 

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PROGRAMME

Structural Connectivity of the Cerebral Cortex

Each talk includes 5 minutes for discussion

Day 1 (November 12th): https://youtu.be/EYEaR6A7yAY

16:00-16:05 Opening Remarks (Dr Hiromasa Takemura & Dr Michel Thiebaut de Schotten) 

 

16:05-16:20 Talk 1: Dr Guilherme Blazquez Freches 

“Principles of temporal association cortex organisation as revealed by

connectivity gradients.”

 

16:20-16:35 Talk 2: Dr Niels Reuter 

“CBPtools: a Python package for regional connectivity-based parcellation.”

 

16:35-16:50 Talk 3: Dr Susie Y. Huang 

“High-gradient diffusion MRI reveals distinct estimates of axon diameter

index within different white matter tracts in the in vivo human brain.”

 

16:50-17:05 Talk 4: Dr Kenichi Oishi

“Mapping tracts in the human subthalamic area by 11.7T ex vivo diffusion tensor imaging.”

 

17:05-17:30 Talk 5: Dr Kathleen Rockland
“What we can learn from the complex architecture of single axons.” 

 

17:30-17:55 Open discussion for all talks 

17:55-18:00 Closing remarks and a reminder to come back tomorrow

Day 2 (November 13th)

16:00-16:05 Opening Remarks/ welcome back (Dr Hiromasa Takemura) 

 

16:05-16:20 Talk 6: Dr Takaaki Kaneko 

“Spatial organization of occipital white matter tracts in the common marmoset.”

 

16:20-16:45 Talk 7: Dr Michela Gamberini

“Structural connectivity and functional properties of the macaque superior parietal lobule.”

 

16:45-17:00 Talk 8: Dr Quinn Andre

“Brain structure and internalizing and externalizing behaviour in typically developing children and adolescents.”

 

17:00-17:15 Talk 9: Dr Stefano Ioannucci

“White matter correlates of hemi-face dominance in happy and sad expression.”

 

17:15-17:40 Talk 10: Dr Davy Charles Vanderweyen

“The role of diffusion tractography in refining glial tumour resection.”

 

17:40-17:55 Open discussion for all talks 

17:55-18:00 Closing remarks (Dr Michel Thiebaut de Schotten)

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