SPIN-Group. Our group broadly focuses on investigating advanced methods for the acquisition and analysis of neuroimaging and biomedical data in order to advance our understanding of human brain function, structure and physiology.
With a focus on cognitive and clinical neuroscience, our current projects mainly concern the development of signal processing algorithms for functional magnetic resonance imaging and functional near-infrared spectroscopy, including signal denoising and deconvolution, physiological and neurovascular processes, functional connectivity analyses, decoding and encoding brain activity, and multimodal imaging. We aim to apply these methods to examine the functional organization of large-scale brain networks and how they shape cognition in single individuals and across subjects in healthy and diseased conditions across their lifespan.
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