Special Issue "Brain Imaging/Neuroimaging"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2020) | Viewed by 69302
Interests: neuroimaging; magnetic resonance imaging; image processing; medical imaging physics; medical imaging; 3D-imaging; medical image analysis; diffusion magnetic resonance imaging; brain connectivity; medical and biomedical image processing
Among other routine activities, the human brain is still in the process of discovering itself. Investigators develop new ideas and apply advanced medical and engineering technologies to analyze multimodal data with the main purpose of understanding brain functions and the link with human behavior. This Special Issue on “Brain Imaging/Neuroimaging” invites scholars involved in brain research to share peer papers with the latest research findings on (ab)normal brain function, arteries and veins, structural connectivity, metabolism, development, degeneration, and regeneration. In this Special Issue, we will compile recent progress in these aspects, covering topics ranging from cell engineering methods to imaging acquisitions and data analysis. We will select clinical and preclinical neuroimaging (MRI, PET, and CT) original research from leading institutions and world experts.
The first part of this Special Issue includes review papers describing the current literature as well as future perspectives based on the authors’ experience and expertise. The second part encompasses high-quality original research papers dealing with different levels of multimodal analysis that extend from molecules, to image acquisition, processing, and data analysis. We aim to offer the scientific community readers an excellent opportunity to get a robust and comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art neuroimaging techniques that provide a unique opportunity to gain further, deep access to recent valuable diagnostics and intervention capabilities for a variety of neurological diseases. Through this Special Issue, we wish to present strong perspectives on the ongoing practical research with a large spectrum of applications aiming to provide future translational considerations that are necessary for artificial intelligence neuroapplications.
Dr. Malek Makki
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- Neurodevelopment and aging brain
- Functional and structural connectivity
- Metabolism and perfusion
- Arterovenous formation
- Axons and neurons
- Cerebrum, brainstem, cerebellum
- Artificial intelligence