On Sept 28th 2020, the second virtual layer-fMRI event is scheduled.
This meeting is held as a succession of the first virtual dinner in May 2020: https://layerfmri.com/virtualevent1/
In this second event, it will be discussed how the research field can bridge the gap between layer-dependent activity measures that are obtained with fMRI and electrophysiology, respectively. Kamil Ugurbil will present the perspective of high resolution for human neuroscience, Lucia Melloni will present the perspective of depth-dependent electrophysiological recordings in humans, and Seong-Gi Kim will talk about the combination of both worlds, layer-fMRI and layer-dependent electrophysiological recordings.
Below you find the important links of the the virtual event. Embedded videos of the talks, discussions, and a summary of the hot topics are going to be added on the day after the event.
Continue reading “Second Virtual Layer-fMRI ‘Dinner’: Laminae in the brain; fMRI vs. electrophysiology”
This blog post summarizes the FENS webinar entitled: Multiscale, multimethod human brain imaging. Organised by the Human Brain Mapping.
Organized by Lars Muckli and Lucy Petro.
Continue reading “FENS Webinar on Layer-fMRI”
On May 7th 2020, there was a virtual layerfMRI event to discuss current issues in the field.
This meeting was held as a replacement of an originally planned layer-fMRI dinner at ISMRM and happened in succession of an earlier in-person layerfMRI workshop in November 2019 (meeting minutes here).
Below you find the important links of the the virtual event, videos of the talks and discussions, and a summary of the hot topics that were discussed.
Continue reading “Meeting minutes of the virtual layer-fMRI event #1”
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”
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.
Continue reading “How many layers should I extract?”
Recently, my adviser Peter Bandettini asked me to compile a list of all potential applications for layer-fMRI. It was a fun exercise to think about it. Below, you find a list of all potential applications that I could think of. Continue reading “List of potential layer-fMRI application studies”
This post contains a collection of recently presented powerpoint slides.
Continue reading “Renzos Power-Point Slide Repository”
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.
Continue reading “layer-fMRI software repositories”
There are about 80 people with a strong interest in layer-fMRI.
The whole list can be seen here.
These people are included in the listserv: email@example.com
To subscribe, please write an informal email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently there are more then 87 ultra-high field scanners installed.
An open google map of all scanners:
Continue reading “High field MRI scanners worldwide”