NOVEL METHODS TO STUDY STRUCTURAL-FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY IN THE BRAIN
Grant number: DP170101815 | Funding period: 2018 - 2019
This project aims to develop magnetic resonance imaging analysis methods to non-invasively study brain connectivity. Recent advances in imaging can comprehensively describe the brain’s complex network of functional and structural connections (the brain ‘connectome’). This project will simultaneously investigate structural and functional connectivity, and characterise the dynamic properties of the connectome using graph-theoretic approaches. This project should give neuroscientists computational tools to comprehensively map the network architecture of the human brain.