The GIN-IMN presents its recent results at NeuroFrance 2017

The NeuroFrance 2017 Congress took place from Wednesday 17 to Friday 19 May at the Palais des Congrès in Bordeaux. The GIN-IMN featured scientific posters during the 3-days event. You will find these posters below.

Wednesday 17th May

Reliability of surface-based cortical thickness and cortical surface area assymetry evaluation

Thursday 18th May

A common neural substrate for the processing of word production, perception an reading: an fMRI study of 144 right-handers of the Bil&Gin


Extracting the human pyramidal tract with multimodal imaging and new diffusion weighted tractography tools: a study in 411 healthy subjects of the Bil&Gin cohort


How many steamlines are needed to reliably compute volume or spatial extent of the white matter bundles in diffusion-weighted tractography ?


Friday 19th May

Neural networks involved in the perception of abstract Palaeolithic engravings

Predicting hemispheric dominance for language production in healthy individuals using support vector machine