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Esther Kühn

Mar 01, 2021 | 04:00 PM

Using 7T-MRI to understand the architecture of the human sensorimotor system in health and disease


Ultra-high resolution quantitative MRI (qMRI) data can be used to investigate the microstructural organization of the living human brain. Here, I use this tool to describe the basic architecture, structure-function relationships, and age- as well as disease-related changes in the human sensorimotor system by focusing on healthy aging and motor neuron disease. I conclude that qMRI can be used for defining updated models of in vivo cortex parcellation, and on age- and disorder-related changes when affecting the sensorimotor system, and their relation to behavior.

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