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Imaging the Brain

Institute of Advanced Study visiting fellow Frank Skidmore holds a series of seminars named 'Imaging the Brain'. This series presents research results and discusses the pearls and pitfalls of the potential use of functional and structural MRI as a diagnostic tool. The purpose of this talk is to start a discussion on how fMRI and other MRI techniques can move from a purely speculative to a clinically relevant tool for understanding human brain disease.

Frank Skidmore Lecture - Functional And Structural MRI

11:52 Mon 12 Dec 2011

Visiting fellow Frank Skidmore holds a series of seminars named "Imaging the Brain". This series presents research results and discusses the pearls and pitfalls of the potential use of functional and structural MRI as a diagnostic tool.

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Frank Skidmore Lecture - The Resting Brain Is Not Resting

11:52 Mon 12 Dec 2011

While the foregoing lecture discussed approaching functional imaging from a clinical perspective, this lecture approached clinical study from the perspective of available functional imaging measurement tools.

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Frank Skidmore Lecture - Functional Imaging of Behavior

11:52 Mon 12 Dec 2011

This lecture discusses using functional imaging to evaluate neurologic disease states and internal mood and emotional states.

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Frank Skidmore Lecture - Imaging The Brain In The Operating Room

11:52 Mon 12 Dec 2011

This lecture discusses the successes and pitfalls of current intra-operative monitoring techniques, including discussion of scarring, lesions, and other potential sequelae of current techniques.

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