[visionlist] MIT Press Book on Changing Connectomes

Marcus Kaiser Marcus.Kaiser at nottingham.ac.uk
Wed May 19 18:25:43 -04 2021

Dear all,

Brain connectivity is changing during evolution, due to learning, and as a consequence of neurodevelopmental disorders. My book with MIT Press on Connectome organization and development gives an up-to-date overview of the field of connectomics, introducing concepts and mechanisms underlying brain network change at different stages. The book includes information on the origin of the modular organization of brain networks and of the links between structure and function in health and disease.

>From the synopsis:
“This book provides an overview of network features of the brain, how these features emerge during evolution and brain development, and how alterations ranging from normal aging to developmental and neurodegenerative disorders affect brain networks. By including an introduction to concepts of network analysis, it will also be accessible to researchers who are new to the field of connectomics.”

In case you're interested, the book is on sale on with Amazon and other booksellers:
Amazon USA: https://t.co/ju0gtVANOQ
Amazon UK: https://t.co/Oqqiu0tG4r
Amazon Germany: https://t.co/JuvIfhSNfc
Other booksellers: https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/changing-connectomes



Marcus Kaiser, Ph.D. FRSB  @ConnectomeLab<https://twitter.com/ConnectomeLab>
Professor of Neuroinformatics
Precision Imaging Beacon, School of Medicine, University of Nottingham

Guanci Visiting Professor
Rui Jin Hospital, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Book: Changing Connectomes

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