UPDATED LINK: Structure-Function Relationships in Brain Networks (Bratislav Misic, McGill Univ.)
share this event
event sponsored by
Duke Institute for Brain Sciences (DIBS)
Dr. Bratislav Misic, McGill University
The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Colloquium Series welcomes Dr. Bratislav Misic from McGill University. Bratislav Misic, PhD Bratislav Misic, PhD Contact Information Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Group: BIC Core Faculty Link(s): Stories about Bratislav Misic misiclab PubMed Google Scholar Neuroimaging and Neuroinformatics Research Group Dr. Misic is a Killam Laureate (2017-2022) Biography: Misic will use non-invasive neuroimaging to explain how the links and interactions among brain areas determine and affect our thinking and behaviour. Bratislav Misic leads the Network Neuroscience Lab and investigates how cognitive operations and complex behaviour emerge from the connections and interactions among brain areas. The goal of this research is to quantify the effects of disease on brain structure and function. His research program emphasizes representations and models that not only embody the topological organization of the brain, but also capture the complex multi-scale relationships that link brain network topology to dynamic biological processes, such as neural signalling and disease spread. Misic's research lies at the intersection of network science, dynamical systems and multivariate statistics, with a focus on complex data sets involving multiple neuroimaging modalities, including fMRI, DWI, MEG/EEG and PET. He will be presenting his talk titled, 'Structure-Function Relationships in Brain Networks'.
Natural Sciences, Lecture/Talk, Panel/Seminar/Colloquium, and Research