Posted By: John Van Horn - Mar 25, 2010
Tool/Resource: HCP Harvard/MGH-UCLA
In March 2010, a gathering leading researchers studying brain connectivity using the methods of MRI and microscopy. These methods are complementary because MRI can be applied in vivo but has low spatial resolution, whereas microscopy has high spatial resolution but is applied postmortem. Dr. Arthur Toga will be speaking on the role of connectome-level brain atlasing for understanding brain function and dysfunction.

The conference will begin on March 28 and end on March 30, 2010. It will take place in Seoul, Korea, with major funding from the National Institute for Mathematical Sciences.

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