Diffusion MRI of the Brain: The location of nerve fibers is inferred by tracking the movement of water molecules along them.

Diffusion MRI of the Brain: The location of nerve fibers is inferred by tracking the movement of water molecules along them.

Portraits of the mind: diffusion MRI image

Portraits of the Mind

Portraits of the mind: diffusion MRI image

An international group of researchers from all over Europe have presented the results of a co-operative project they worked on for years. Funded by the European Union with a budget of 2,4 million euros, the group, CONNECT, has developed a completely new map of the human brain. It is now possible for many professionals to look at brain tissue in a way that is more detailed than ever.

An international group of researchers from all over Europe have presented the results of a co-operative project they worked on for years. Funded by the European Union with a budget of 2,4 million euros, the group, CONNECT, has developed a completely new map of the human brain. It is now possible for many professionals to look at brain tissue in a way that is more detailed than ever.

05/01/13Introduction to diffusion MRI0/25 Introduction to diffusion MRI Anastasia Yendiki HMS/MGH/MIT Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging.

05/01/13Introduction to diffusion MRI0/25 Introduction to diffusion MRI Anastasia Yendiki HMS/MGH/MIT Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging.

Bird's-eye view of nerve fibres in a normal, healthy adult human brain. The back of the brain is on the left of the image and the left side of the brain is at the top of the image. Brain cells communicate with each other through these nerve fibres, which have been visualised by diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DWI MRI).

Bird's-eye view of nerve fibres in a normal, healthy adult human brain. The back of the brain is on the left of the image and the left side of the brain is at the top of the image. Brain cells communicate with each other through these nerve fibres, which have been visualised by diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DWI MRI).

Diffusion tensor imaging. #MRI

Scientists 'read dreams' using brain scans

{View of a Stroke} A brain-imaging method called diffusion MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is relatively new to the field of neuroscience, though it shows promise as a diagnostic tool. Here, an image taken from the brain of a patient who suffered a stroke in the thalamus and midbrain, resulting in damage to certain axons (some are visible at the bottom of the image).

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{View of a Stroke} A brain-imaging method called diffusion MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is relatively new to the field of neuroscience, though it shows promise as a diagnostic tool. Here, an image taken from the brain of a patient who suffered a stroke in the thalamus and midbrain, resulting in damage to certain axons (some are visible at the bottom of the image).

Computational Diffusion MRI: Miccai Workshop, Boston, Ma, USA, September 2014

Computational Diffusion MRI: Miccai Workshop, Boston, Ma, USA, September 2014 (Paperback)

Computational Diffusion MRI: Miccai Workshop, Boston, Ma, USA, September 2014

Computational Diffusion MRI and Brain Connectivity: Miccai Workshops, Nagoya, Japan, September 22nd, 2013

Computational Diffusion MRI and Brain Connectivity: Miccai Workshops, Nagoya, Japan, September 22nd, 2013 (Paperback)

Computational Diffusion MRI and Brain Connectivity: Miccai Workshops, Nagoya, Japan, September 22nd, 2013

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