Layer-fMRI VASO worldwide

This blog post gives an overview of the scientific network of researchers that are using the VASO (vascular space occupancy) for applications in layer-fMRI. I tried to give an overview of all layer-fMRI VASO papers published so far and provide a map of all layer-fMRI VASO labs around the globe. Continue reading “Layer-fMRI VASO worldwide”

Layer-fMRI Jobs

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Don’t we all feel like Daniel in his Tweet? Below you find more temporary trainee positions. If you are good and among the best in your field you might even be lucky enough to get one of those.

This page lists all open layer-fMRI job opportunities.

Suggestions are welcome to layerfMRI@gmail.com.

This page is created with respect to efforts of the layer-fMRI network meeting in 2019 in Minnesota.

 

How many layers should I extract?

In this blog post, I want to share my thoughts on the number of layers that should be extracted from any given dataset. I will try to give an overview of how many layers are usually extracted in the field, I’ll describe my personal choices of layer numbers, and I will try to discuss the challenges of layer signal extraction along the way.

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layer-fMRI software repositories

There is a long list of software packages that are capable of performing high-resolution MRI analysis.

Some of them are used by multiple groups and some of them are customized for specific studies only.

In this post, I want to give an overview over the most important software packages, their advantages and disadvantages, and their popularity in the field.

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