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Caltech Brain Imaging Center Seminar

Friday, May 3, 2024
10:30am to 11:30am
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Multimodal Imaging and Resting-State Global Brain Activity: Controversies, Hypotheses, and Discovery
Thomas T. Liu, Director of the UCSD Center for Functional MRI and Professor of Radiology, Psychiatry, and Bioengineering, UC San Diego,

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This seminar is part of the "Future Advances in Multi-modal Neuroimaging Methods" series. Existing methods for measuring human brain function non-invasively such as fMRI, MEG and EEG have helped to considerably advance our understanding of human brain function over the past several decades. However, these methods suffer from substantial limitations in spatial and temporal resolution, thereby imposing major constraints on the kinds of neuroscience research questions that can be addressed in humans. This seminar series explores cutting-edge new technologies and methodologies for multi-modal imaging. We will ask whether such new approaches have the potential to overcome existing limitations and open up new research directions in human neuroscience over the coming decades.

For more information, please contact Mary Martin by phone at 626-395-4571 or by email at [email protected].