Functional brain connectivity
April 4 - 6 2002, Düsseldorf, Germany
Organized by : Rolf Kötter & Karl Friston
programme and abstracts of presentations
|Published workshop reports
Stone & Kötter, TICS 6: 327-328, 2002
Ramnani et al., TINS 25: 496-497, 2002
Ramnani et al., Futura 17: 137-146, 2002
Lee et al., Network: Computation in Neural Systems 14: R1-R15
Lee et al., NeuroImage 19: 457-465, 2003
Horwitz, NeuroImage 19: 466-470, 2003
Demonstrating compelling structure-function relationships in the organization of the nervous system has been difficult since both its structure and its function are often very complex. Collations, analyses and syntheses of more and more detailed experimental data and the use of new technologies are beginning to make an impact on our understanding of the structure and function of complex neuronal networks. In this context "functional connectivity" refers to the statistical interdependence of functional phenomena whose causal relationships need to be scrutinized with the aid of further information, particularly about the structural organization of the system.
This workshop will bring together and foster interactions between the most prominent research approaches in the field of "functional connectivity":
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