Updated: Jun 25, 2020
The 26th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping commences this June 23 through July 3rd. This year the conference is being held virtually due to uncertain times. Although nothing will ever replace the in-person experience, the virtual OHBM Conference will be more accessible than ever before with an opportunity to come together, collaborate and share the latest advances and research in human brain mapping.
Below is a list of FNNDSC researchers presenting their work:
Rudolph Pienaar: ChRIS: An Opensource Software Platform for Containerized Neuro-Imaging Research
Lana Vasung: Association Between the Thickness of Transient Fetal Cortical Compartments and Gene Expression
Banu Ahtam: Abnormal Sulcal Pattern in Children with 16p11.2 Deletion and Duplication Syndrome, Selective Impact of Maternal Childhood Maltreatment on Different White Matter Pathways
Ai Wern Chung: Modeling and Analysis Methods -> Energy Transport Delay in fMRI Peripheral Subnetworks Linked to Autism Severity
HyukJin Yun: Altered Cortical Folding Depth in Fetuses with Down Syndrome, Spatiotemporal Patterns of Sulcal Pits in the fetal Brain
Jinwoo Hong: 2D R2U-Net and Plane Aggrgation for Fetal Cortical Plate Segmentation
Yue Zhang: Quantifying Normal on Apparent Diffusion Coefficient Maps for Generic Detection of Abnormalities
Their presentations will be Wednesday June 24th, Friday June 26th, Tuesday
June 30th and Thursday July 2nd.
Click here for a link to the posters being presented by these FNNDSC researchers!