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Congratulations to Jay Chandra on this thesis!

Jay Chandra

Classification of Continuous Natural Human Behavior Using Intracranial Field Potential. Jay Chandra. Harvard University (2022). 

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Congratulations to Yael Porte on her thesis!

Yael Porte
Yael Porte

Comparing neural responses between action execution and action perception. Yael Porte. Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Laussanne (EPFL) (2022). 

Read her thesis here.

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Building a Map of the Human Brain Functional Connections at the Mesoscale

https://brain.harvard.edu/hbi_news/building-a-map-of-the-human-brain-functional-connections-at-the-mesoscale/

PDF Wang J, Tao A, Anderson WS, Madsen JR, Kreiman G (2021). Mesoscopic physiological interactions in the human brain reveal small world properties. Cell Reports, 36 (8) 109585. Supplementary Material | Resources

Cognition relies on rapid and robust communication between brain areas. Wang et al. leverage multi-day intracranial field potential recordings to characterize the human mesoscopic functional interactome. They validated the methods using monkey anatomical and physiological data. The human interactome reveals small-world properties and is modulated by sleep versus awake state.

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Jerry Wang publishes landmark study on human brain interactome

Wang et al 2021 Human Brain Interactome
Wang et al Cell Reports 2021. Human brain interactome

Cognition relies on rapid and robust communication between brain areas. Wang et al. leverage multi-day intracranial field potential recordings to characterize the human mesoscopic functional interactome. The methods are validated using monkey anatomical and physiological data. The human interactome reveals small-world properties and is modulated by sleep versus awake state.

  • Recorded continuous intracranial field potentials for 5 days in 48 human subjects
  • Characterized functional mesoscopic interactome assessed by pairwise coherence
  • Validated methods using anatomical and physiological interactions in monkeys
  • Human functional interactome shows small-world graph and changes with brain state

Mesoscopic functional interactions in the human brain reveal small-world properties

Wang J, Anderson WS, Masen JR, Kreiman G

Cell Reports 8 (6), 2021

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Visual Science Society Annual Meeting 2016

Leyla Isik, Jedediah Singer, Joseph Madsen, Nancy Kanwisher, and Gabriel Kreiman present: Probing human intracranial visual responses with commercial movies at the Visual Science Society Annual Meeting 2016

Image showing findings from study

See also:

Isik I, Singer J, Madsen JR, Kanwisher N, Kreiman G. (2018) What is changing when: Decoding visual information in movies from human intracranial recordingsNeuroimage, 180:147-159