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【医学部学术讲座】—— Human Brain Connectomics: from Populations to Individuals

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主讲嘉宾:刘天明   美国佐治亚大学  教授
时间:     2017年6月1日上午 10:30 – 12:00 
地点:     深圳大学医学院725会议室
主持人:   倪东 副教授
单位:医学超声关键技术国家地方联合工程实验室、广东省生物信息检测与医学超声成像重点实验
报告内容简介: 
Structural and functional brain connectomics has recently emerged as a new subfield of neuroscience. However, one major barrier to human brain connectomics is the lack of quantitatively encoded representation of common structural and functional brain architectures that can be precisely replicated across populations and individuals. This barrier has posed a significant limit to the comparison and validation of brain connectivity mapping results for years. This talk will present recent research efforts in the Cortical Architecture Imaging and Discovery (CAID) Lab of the University of Georgia that aim to develop common and individualized structural and functional brain connectomes. Two representative works of DICCCOL (Dense Individualized and Common Connectivity-based Cortical Landmarks) and HAFNI (Holistic Atlases of Functional Networks and Interactions) systems and their applications in cognitive and clinical neurosciences will be discussed.
报告嘉宾简介:
Dr. Tianming Liu is a Distinguished Research Professor of Computer Science at UGA. Dr. Liu is also an affiliated faculty with the UGA Bioimaging Research Center (BIRC), the UGA Institute of Bioinformatics (IOB), the UGA Biomedical and Health Sciences Institute (BHSI), and the UGA Neuroscience PhD Program. Before he moved to UGA, Dr. Liu was a faculty member of Weill Medical College of Cornell University (Assistant Professor, 2007-2008) and Harvard Medical School (Instructor, 2005-2007). Dr. Liu was a postdoc in neuroimaging in the University of Pennsylvania (2002-2004) and Harvard Medical School (2004-2005). Dr. Liu received PhD in computer science from Shanghai Jiaotong University in 2002. Dr. Liu is the recipient of the Microsoft Fellowship Award (2000-2002), the NIH K01 Career Award (2007-2012) and the NSF CAREER Award (2012-2017).
 
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