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November 18, 2015 from 10am to ~3pm

Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research

140 Old Orangeburg Road, Orangeburg, New York


 


The NKI Center for Biomedical Imaging and Neuromodulation (C-BIN) will host the 3rd symposium of the NYMIRC. Please join us for a lively and stimulating meeting of  local imaging researchers. There will be four sessions of short presentations with ample opportunity for discussion and social interaction. We will provide transport from and to Manhattan and a luncheon at NKI.   We look forward to seeing you in Novemeber.


 


Please let Tina Bermudez ( bermudez@nki.rfmh.org 845-398-5471) know if you plan to attend and if you require transport by  11/11/15 Pickup will be at 53rd St and Lexington Av. at 9am

 

Session I

1.     Resting-State Studies in ADHD: How Empty is the Glass? F. Xavier Castellanos

 

2.     Resting-State Connectivity of the Human Habenula: Associations with Subclinical Depression, Benjamin A Ely, Junqian Xu, Joo-won Kim, Wayne K. Goodman, Kyle A.B. Lapidus, Vilma Gabbay, Emily R. Stern

 

3.     Baseline Functional Corticostriatal Circuitry Predicts Response to Antipsychotic Drug Treatment, Deepak K. Sarpal, Miklos Argyelan, Delbert G. Robinson, Philip R. Szeszko, Katherine H. Karlsgodt, Majnu John, Noah Weissman, Juan A. Gallego, John M. Kane, Todd Lencz, Anil K. Malhotra

 

4.     Developmental Changes in Executive and Reward Networks: Implications for Psychopathology and Risk Taking Behavior, Katherine H. Karlsgodt  

 

5.     The unique brain organization: variant yet reproducible, Ting Xu, Alexander Opitz, R. Cameron Craddock, Xi-Nian Zuo, Michael P. Milham

 

6.     Brains on Video, Lucas C. Parra

 

Discussion and short break

 

 

Session II

1.     Intracranial measurement of electric fields in monkeys and humans reveal spatiotemporal structure of transcranial electric stimulation, Alexander Opitz, Chao-Gan Yan, Arnaud Falchier, Erin Yeagle, Pierre Megevand, Gary Linn, Deborah Ross, R. Cameron Craddock, Stanley J. Colcombe, Axel Thielscher, Michael P. Milham, Ashesh Mehta, Charles Schroeder

 

2.     Effects of Tissue Volume In the Head of the Caudate Nucleus on Motor Speech Control, Ali Asaei, Muhammed Asim Mubeen, Babak Ardekani, Diana Sidtis, John J. Sidtis

 

3.     Specialized cortical-subcortical white matter connections support lateralized blood flow patterns during speech production, John J. Sidtis, Muhammed Asim Mubeen, Diana Sidtis, Babak Ardekani

 

4.     Altered local functional dynamics of primary visual, sensorimotor and auditory networks in MS, Louise E. Pape, Zhen Yang, Michael P. Milham, Yulin Ge

 

5.     Functional integration between brain regions at rest occurs in multiple-frequency bands, Suril Gohel, Bharat Biswal  

 

6.     Functional topography of the human thalamocortical system, Rui Yuan, Xin Di, Paul A. Taylor, Suril Gohel, Yuan-Hsiung Tsai, Bharat B. Biswal

 

Discussion and lunch

 



Session III 

1.     Radiofluorinated PET Imaging based on the PARP1 inhibitor Olaparib, Brandon Carney, Giuseppe Carlucci, Susanne Kossatz, Beatriz Salinas, Wolfgang A. Weber, Thomas Reiner 

 

2.     Using Magnetic Resonance Elastography to determine brain viscoelasticity in chronically shunted hydrocephalus, Mark E. Wagshul,  Kristy Tan, Adam L. Sandler, Avital Meiri, Rick Abbott, James T. Goodrich, Eric Barnhill

 

3.     Antibody Therapy Against Tau Pathology Improves Neuronal Transport as Assessed In Vivo by Tract-Tracing Manganese-Enhanced MRI, Maria F. Baron, Hameetha B. Rajamohamed Sait, Jasmine W. Rajamohamed Sait, Minh Dung Hoang, Einar M. Sigurdsson, Youssef Z. Wadghiri 

 

4.     Ultra-­High Field Brainstem and Cervical Spinal Cord Imaging, Alan C. Seifert, Bei Zhang, Joo-Won Kim, Junqian Xu

 

5.     Correlation of IVIM Diffusion Parameters to DCE-MRI Perfusion Parameters from a Three-Compartment Model in the Kidney, Octavia Bane, Mathilde Wagner, Hadrien A. Dyvorne, Henry Rusinek, Jeff L. Zhang, Bachir A.Taouli 

 

6.     Human Habenula Segmentation Using Myelin Content, Joo-won Kim, Thomas P. Naidich, Junqian Xu

 

Discussion and short break

 

Session IV 

1.     Analysis of the MIRIAD Data Shows Sex Differences in Hippocampal Atrophy Progression, Babak A. Ardekani, Antonio Convit, Alvin H. Bachman

 

2.     Hippocampus Subfield Segmentation at 7T MRI in Patients with Major Depressive Disorder: First Results, Judy Alper , Hadrien Dyvorne, Jason Bini, Bradley Delman, James Murrough, Priti Balchandani

 

3.     7T MRI detection of epileptogenic foci in previously non-lesional patients with focal epilepsy, Rebecca E. Feldman, Bradley N. Delman, Hadrien Dyvorne, Jiyeoun Yoo, Madeline C. Fields, Lara V. Marcuse, Priti Balchandani

 

4.     Why 7 Tesla fMRI is needed to study depression?, Marta Moreno-Ortega, Oded Gonen, Mariana Lazar, Daniel Javitt, Alayar Kangarlu

 

5.     Quantitative Perivascular Space Analysis at 7T: Exploring a Potential  Biomarker for Epilepsy, Jack Rutland, Lara Marcuse, Madeline Fields, Brad Delman, Priti Balchandani, Rebecca Feldman 

 

6.     Spatial Pattern Analysis of Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson’s disease, Asim M. Mubeen, Babak Ardekani, John J Sidtis

 

7.     Subgenual cingulate cortical activity and connectivity in the antidepressant efficacy of electroconvulsive therapy, Miklos Argyelan, Todd Lencz, Styliani Kaliora, Deepak K. Sarpal, Noah Weissman, Peter B. Kingsley, Anil K. Malhotra, Georgios Petrides

 

Discussion and final summary