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***Task-Evoked Dynamic Network Analysis Through Hidden Markov Modeling: Andrew J. Quinn, Diego Vidaurre, Romesh Abeysuriya, Robert Becker,Anna C. Nobre1, and Mark W. Woolrich
 
***Task-Evoked Dynamic Network Analysis Through Hidden Markov Modeling: Andrew J. Quinn, Diego Vidaurre, Romesh Abeysuriya, Robert Becker,Anna C. Nobre1, and Mark W. Woolrich
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*DTI FA vs MEG signals - Joint ICA
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***Using joint ICA to link function and structure using MEG and DTI in schizophrenia J.M.Stephen, B.A.Coffman, R.E.Jung, J.R.Bustillo, C.J.Aine, V.D.Calhoun
 
***Using joint ICA to link function and structure using MEG and DTI in schizophrenia J.M.Stephen, B.A.Coffman, R.E.Jung, J.R.Bustillo, C.J.Aine, V.D.Calhoun
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*Bidsify your own data and run through mne-bids-pipeline
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Revision as of 10:47, 27 April 2022

!Under Construction! More information forthcoming

Location

9-5pm in FAES Classroom #7 (Bldg. 10 Rm. B1C206)

Access via stairs:

From the Masur Auditorium, go north, past the Main Elevators. Look for a bookstore/coffee shop on your right and a sign from the ceiling saying “FAES Academic Center.” Take a right down the hallway, through the double-door; then take the steps down to the lower level. Classroom 7 is on your left.

Wheelchair Access via Main elevator:

Take the Main Elevators outside Masur to the B1 level. Follow the “FAES Academic Center” signs down the hallway towards the Post Office. Across from the Post Office, enter the FAES Academic Center on the left. Once inside the FAES academic Center, Classroom 7 is on your left.

Topics

Possible topics:

  • Hidden Markov Models
    • Based on:
      • Task-Evoked Dynamic Network Analysis Through Hidden Markov Modeling: Andrew J. Quinn, Diego Vidaurre, Romesh Abeysuriya, Robert Becker,Anna C. Nobre1, and Mark W. Woolrich
      • Transient spectral events in resting state MEG predict individual task responses - R. Becker, D. Vidaurre, A.J. Quinn, R.G. Abeysuriya, O. Parker Jones, S. Jbabdi, M.W. Woolrich
      • Spontaneous network activity <35 ​Hz accounts for variability in stimulus-induced gamma responses - Jan Hirschmann, Sylvain Baillet, Mark Woolrich, Alfons Schnitzler, Diego Vidaurre, Esther Florin
    • Finish porting python HMM models (from github repo) to work with MNE


  • DTI FA vs MEG signals - Joint ICA
    • Based on:
      • Using joint ICA to link function and structure using MEG and DTI in schizophrenia J.M.Stephen, B.A.Coffman, R.E.Jung, J.R.Bustillo, C.J.Aine, V.D.Calhoun
    • HV protocol data (DTI + MEG) will be preprocessed and on biowulf
    • ICA code can be found in scikit-learn


  • Bidsify your own data and run through mne-bids-pipeline

Data

Currently, but not exclusively

  • NIMH HV Data (in BIDS) - on biowulf - .../path