Analyzing neurological disorders using functional and structural brain imaging data

Speaker  Brian Caffo

Host  Eric Horvitz and Desney Tan

Affiliation  Johns Hopkins University

Duration  01:23:16

Date recorded  22 November 2013

In this talk we overview methodology for predicting and analyzing clinical outcomes, especially focusing on neurological disorders, using functional and structural brain imaging data. We focus on resting state functional connectivity data via fMRI as well as structural imaging data via T1 MRI and diffusion weighted MRI. We consider these modalities and variety of methods for feature extraction, prediction and analysis. We apply the methodology to developmental disorders, particularly attention deficit hyperactivity, cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis.

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