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Abstract #8400

Dynamic fcMRI: Mechanisms & Applications

Silvina Gisela Horovitz1

1HMCS, NINDS, Bethesda, MD, United States

Dynamic functional connectivity MRI allows for observation of correlations among brain areas without the assumption they are stable over time. This talk will discuss how concepts from steady-state functional connectivity can be expanded to account for dynamic changes, and how those changes could reshape our understanding of brain function at different levels of consciousness, during task performance, and in diseases. Current lines of thoughts on the possible mechanisms resulting in the non-stationarity of the signals will be discussed.

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