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Functional ultrasound (fUS) indirectly measures brain activity by detecting changes in cerebral blood volume following neural activation. Conventional approaches model such functional neuroimaging data as the convolution between an impulse response, known as the hemodynamic response function...
Researchers in neuroscience have a growing number of datasets available to study the brain, which is made possible by recent technological advances. Given the extent to which the brain has been studied, there is also available ontological knowledge encoding the current state of the art regarding...
There is a growing interest in the neuroscience community on the advantages of multilayer functional brain networks. Researchers usually treated different frequencies separately at distinct functional brain networks. However, there is strong evidence that these networks share complementary...
Recent technological advances have enabled the recording of neurons in intact circuits with a high spatial and temporal resolution, creating the need for modeling with the same precision. In particular, the development of ultra-fast two-photon microscopy combined with fluorescence-based...
With the growth of decentralized/federated analysis approaches in neuroimaging, the opportunities to study brain disorders using data from multiple sites has grown multi-fold. One such initiative is the Neuromark, a fully automated spatially constrained independent component analysis (ICA) that...
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