Jan 26, 2023

Thomas Yeo: Human brain network organization across different timescales

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The human brain is a complex system exhibiting multi-scale spatiotemporal organization. In this talk, I will provide an overview of my lab’s work on large-scale functional network organization across different timescales. First, I will present a biophysically plausible model of second-level fluctuation in the brain’s functional connectivity patterns. I will then discuss how minute-level task-state changes can predict behavioral traits. This is followed by exploring how brain dynamics can vary over the course of a day. Finally, I will discuss our work on estimating individual-level network markers that are stable across weeks and months.

This video is part of the SNAC seminar series organized by Mac Shine, Joe Lizier, and Ben Fulcher (The University of Sydney).

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