The LTS5 diffusion group focuses on structural brain connectivity as estimated by diffusion MRI with particular focus on all the post-processing steps that are required to estimate brain connectivity (a.k.a. connectomics) from diffusion MRI data, e.g. local reconstruction, tractography and network analysis.
The second edition of the Winter School on Brain Connectomics will be held in Verona (Italy) on October 9-13, 2017. More information can be found at the following address: http://brainconnectomics.org.
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The paper AxTract: Toward Microstructure Informed Tractography has been accepted in Human Brain Mapping.
The paper Microstructure informed tractography: pitfalls and open challenges has been accepted in Frontiers in Neuroscience - Brain imaging methods.
The paper What lies beneath? Diffusion EAP-based study of brain tissue microstructure has been accepted in Medical Image Analysis.
The paper Diagnostic approaches to predict persistent post traumatic symptoms after mild traumatic brain injury-a literature review has been accepted in The International journal of neuroscience.
The paper Diffantom: Whole-Brain Diffusion MRI Phantoms Derived from Real Datasets of the Human Connectome Project has been accepted in Frontiers in Neuroinformatics.
The paper Surface-driven registration method for the structure-informed segmentation of diffusion MR images has been accepted in NeuroImage.
The paper Spherical deconvolution of multichannel diffusion MRI data with non-Gaussian noise models and spatial regularization has been accepted in PLOS ONE.
The paper ￼A multi-contrast MRI study of microstructural brain damage in patients with mild cognitive impairment has been accepted in NeuroImage: Clinical.
The paper Multicontrast connectometry: A new tool to assess cerebellum alterations in early relapsing‐remitting multiple sclerosis has been accepted in Human Brain Mapping.