Miss Seyedeh-Rezvan Farahibozorg
My current research is aimed at characterisation of semantic networks in the brain based on source reconstructed concurrent Electro-/Magnetoencephalography (E/MEG)).
Multiple brain areas are thought to play role in semantic cognition. However, the temporal evolvement of these networks as a concept unfolds in the brain and connectivity between brain areas are still largely unknown. Thus, the purpose of my PhD has been to investigate these questions using time-varying source reconstructed E/MEG networks which provide millisecond temporal resolution. However, due to the limitations of the spatial resolution of E/MEG, examining whole-brain networks is methodologically challenging.
Thus, my project has been partially focused on method development and optimisation of connectivity techniques for E/MEG and partially on application of existing and novel methods for characterisation of semantic networks in the brain.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
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Associated News Items
Q Liu, S Farahibozorg, C Porcaro, N Wenderoth, D Mantini (2017), “Detecting large-scale networks in the human brain using high-density electroencephalography.” Human Brain Mapping 38 (9), 4631-4643
SR Farahibozorg, RN Henson, O Hauk, 2017. (in press), “Adaptive Cortical Parcellations for Source Reconstructed EEG/MEG Connectomes. ” NeuroImage
S Farahibozorg, SM Hashemi-Golpayegani, J Ashburner, (2015), “Age-and sex-related variations in the brain white matter fractal dimension throughout adulthood: an MRI study.” Clinical Neuroradiology 25(1),19-32