LOC Symposium: Mapping Brain Functional Connectivity to Behavior In Young and Old: Methods, Illustrations and Challenges

Monday, Jun 18: 10:50 AM  - 12:00 PM 
Monday, June 18, 2018 10:50-12:00 
Singapore Convention Center 
Room: Hall 405-406 
The field of human brain functional connectivity opened new vistas for methodological development and theories of brain function and dysfunction but how do these advances translate to benefits to a better understanding of behavior and clinically meaningful outcomes. We will try to span that bridge from state-of-the-art parcellations to how connectivity is applied in practice to the evaluation of young and old persons.


Spatial Topography of Individual-Specific Cortical Networks Predicts Human Cognition, Personality and Emotion

10:50 AM - 11:07 AM 


B. T. Thomas Yeo, ECE, CIRC, SINAPSE & MNP, National University of Singapore

Brain Functional Connectivity in Ageing and Neurodegenerative Disorders: From Nodes to Networks

11:07 AM - 11:25 AM 


Juan (Helen) Zhou, Duke-National University of Singapore Medical School

Nature and Nurture: Evidence from Pediatric Neuroimaging and Genetics

11:25 AM - 11:42 AM 


Anqi Qiu, National University of Singapore

Sleepiness During The 'Resting State': Nuisance or Opportunity?

11:42 AM - 12:00 PM 


Michael Chee, Duke-NUS Medical School