Quantifying connectivity: Applications across the lifespan

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9:00 AM, Wednesday 12 May 2021 (15 minutes)
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Regional brain function is determined by its local structure and connectivity. I will present work from our lab that strives to quantify connectivity for applications in healthy development and understanding the impact of disease - focusing on understanding normative cerebellar connectivity and quantifying the impact of stroke. I will also touch on some recent work linking interhemispheric functional connectivity to bimanual motor control in older adults.

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Concordia University
Assistant Professor, Psychology
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