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Colloquium Series

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Kimberly Ray, Ph.D. – University of Texas at Austin

Organization of Interaction of Functional Brain Networks

March 21, 2018 at 3:30pm - 4:30pm in UAC 275

Recent advances in neuroscience have transformed our approach in mapping the human brain. Rather than relying on a simplistic view of human brain function where each region of the brain is specialized for a single function, medical imaging technology has provided a more complete understanding of the brain as an integrated system of interconnected networks that interact dynamically to carry out a given task. Human cognition and behavior involves the coordination of activity across large-scale brain networks which can be identified using function magnetic imaging resonance (fMRI). Here, we examine the relationships between these brain networks at rest and during cognitive control processing in healthy adults and in schizophrenia. 


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