Submitted to the University of Nottingham for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy October 1997.
Functional MRI: Methods and Applications ii. Abstract The technique of functional magnetic resonance imaging is rapidly moving from one of technical. Some of these are investigated in this thesis. High resolution fMRI is demonstrated at 3.0 T, using an interleaved echo planar imaging technique.
Al-Wasity, Salim Mohammed Hussein (2018) Application of fMRI for action representation: decoding, aligning and modulating. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow. Full text available as.Current PhD Students.. He did his Master thesis project at the Consciousness and Congition Lab in Cambridge University,. using fMRI. For her PhD at the Eating Behavior Laboratory (Prof. Jens Blechert) she focusses on cue reactivity to food in eating disorder patients and healthy controls, working with EEG and mouse tracking.Welcome to the PhD thesis defense of two PhD candidates. 8:30, April 12, 3rd floor meeting room, MRI center, State Key Lab of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, BNU. 1. Miss Qihong Zou. Resting-State Functional magnetic Resonance Imaging---Based on BOLD and ASL Techniques. 2. Mr. Chaogan Yan.
PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.. EEG-fMRI: Novel Methods for Gradient Artefact Correction Glyn S. Spencer, MEng.. fMRI is a fairly recent technique which takes advantage of the Blood-Oxygen-Level-Dependent (BOLD) e ects on the amplitude of the MRI signal. The BOLD.
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The thesis is to be submitted to the Dean of Academic Affairs in a soft copy (PDF). Besides various existing requirements for thesis submission such as submission of a list of examiners by the thesis supervisor, students and their thesis supervisors should ensure that the guidelines for thesis preparation and submission have been adhered to.
Welcome to the PhD thesis defense of two PhD candidates 8:30, April 12, 3rd floor meeting room, MRI center, State Key Lab of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, BNU 1. Miss Qihong Zou. Resting-State Functional magnetic Resonance Imaging---Based on BOLD and ASL Techniques. 2. Mr. Chaogan Yan. The spontaneous brain activity: resting-state fMRI network studies.
Brain regions involved in long-term spatial memory: fMRI and behavioural studies Marnie Hirshhorn, Ph.D., 2011 Department of Psychology, University of Toronto Abstract In this thesis, I investigated the role of the hippocampus and other brain regions in long-term spatial memory. I used neuroimaging and behavioural techniques to compare spatial.
T1 - Effects of Insulin and Type 1 Diabetes on the Human Brain: Imaging Studies Using PET and fMRI. AU - van Golen, L.W. N1 - Naam instelling promotie: VU University Naam instelling onderzoek: VUmc. PY - 2013. Y1 - 2013. M3 - PhD Thesis - Research VU, graduation VU. ER -.
In this thesis, network analysis methods originally developed for analysis of human fMRI data have been applied for processing of mouse fMRI data. Networks identified were found biologically meaningful as were the within and between network interactions.
PhD thesis online. October 2018. I have decided to upload the full PDF (and LaTeX files) of my PhD thesis. It's a long read but (hopefully) an up-to-date review of what we - sleep and dream scientists - know and do not know about dreaming.
This thesis focuses on the development and implementation of mouse brain fMRI techniques, in particular to describe the mouse visual system. Multiple studies in the literature have noted several technical challenges in mouse fMRI.
Diagnostic Radiology - MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, employs strong magnetic fields in order to align the atomic nuclei in the body, and provides the best internal images. Sensory Neuroscience - In the study of neuroscience, sensory neuroscience is a subset of the field that focuses on sensory stimuli, including vision, smell, touch, taste, and hearing.
The work described in this thesis was performed by the author, except where indicated. All the studies were accomplished on the 3 Tesla system within the Magnetic Resonance Centre at the University of Nottingham, and the Wellcome Trust MEG Laboratory at the Aston University during the period between October 1999 and June 2005. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and.