Brain Connectivity and Networks

Brain Connectivity and Networks

Brain networks are dynamic and configurable

Understanding how networks change is crucial to understanding brain function as a whole. This working group learns about brain networks using many different methods, including MRI, electrophysiological, optical, and stimulation tools, along with plasticity-inducing experimental paradigms.

brain-rendered connectivity graph
Cube facets with different brain images

Different scales and measures

Multimodal approaches will bridge spatial and temporal scales, from functional measures to behavior, for more precise targeting and access to network function. Innovations in measurement techniques and network modeling will lead to the discovery of functionally-relevant network states.

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Group leaders

  • Sepideh Sadaghiani
  • Brad Sutton

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