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Interactive Brain - To explore parts of the brain, click on the different regions or use the provided menu buttons (Created by Gary Homidas)







BrainVisor Tutorial on Brain Structure and Function







The Brodmann’s map is one of the most commonly used cytoarchitetonic maps used to map the functional organization, structure, and distribution of cortical cells.





Brainnetome Atlas

Novel methodologies and computerized brain mapping techniques will be developed to study the structure, function, and spatio-temporal changes in the human brain as well as the brains of non-human primates. The brainnetome atlas will be an in vivo map, with more fine-grained functional brain subregions and detailed anatomical and functional connection patterns for each area, which could help researchers to more accurately describe the locations of the activation or connectivity in the brain.





The Human Connectome Project: How the brain’s wiring makes us who we are.

The goal of the Human Connectome Project is to build a "network map" that will shed light on the anatomical and functional connectivity within the healthy human brain, as well as to produce a body of data that will facilitate research into brain disorders such as dyslexia, autism, Alzheimer's disease, and schizophrenia.

The Human Connecttome Project

The Human Connectome Project: creating a complete roadmap of the brain - video

Mapping the Human Connectome - video





Connectograms are graphical representations of connectomics (see the human connectome project), the field of study dedicated to mapping and interpreting all of the white matter fiber connections in the human brain. These circular graphs based on Diffusion MRI data utilize graph theory to demonstrate the white matter connections and cortical characteristics for single structures, single subjects, or populations.

Circular Representation of Human Cortical Networks for Subject and Population-level Connectomic Visualization (.pdf)

Andrei Irimia, Micah C. Chambers, Carinna M. Torgerson, John D. Van Horn

Connectomic Visualization Using the LONI Pipeline(.pdf)

Andrei Irimia, Ph.D.

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