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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. 

Recent news

02.08.2017 - School on Brain Connectomics, October 9-13 2017

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.

Do not hesitate to circulate this announcement to colleagues and anyone who may be interested.

02.08.2017 - New paper accepted

The paper AxTract: Toward Microstructure Informed Tractography has been accepted in Human Brain Mapping.

23.05.2016 - New paper accepted

The paper Microstructure informed tractography: pitfalls and open challenges has been accepted in Frontiers in Neuroscience - Brain imaging methods.

02.05.2016 - New paper accepted

The paper What lies beneath? Diffusion EAP-based study of brain tissue microstructure has been accepted in Medical Image Analysis.

02.05.2016 - New paper accepted

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.

02.05.2016 - New paper accepted

The paper Diffantom: Whole-Brain Diffusion MRI Phantoms Derived from Real Datasets of the Human Connectome Project has been accepted in Frontiers in Neuroinformatics.

02.05.2016 - New paper accepted

The paper Surface-driven registration method for the structure-informed segmentation of diffusion MR images has been accepted in NeuroImage.

15.10.2015 - New paper accepted

The paper Spherical deconvolution of multichannel diffusion MRI data with non-Gaussian noise models and spatial regularization has been accepted in PLOS ONE.

15.10.2015 - New paper accepted

The paper A multi-contrast MRI study of microstructural brain damage in patients with mild cognitive impairment has been accepted in NeuroImage: Clinical.

15.10.2015 - New paper accepted

The paper Multicontrast connectometry: A new tool to assess cerebellum alterations in early relapsing‐remitting multiple sclerosis has been accepted in Human Brain Mapping.