The poster prize of the Fourth Biennial Conference on Resting State / Brain Connectivity was sponsored by:
1st place ($500)
X. Liu, T. Yanagawa, D.A. Leopold, N. Fujii, J.H. Duyn. Resting-state ECoG networks persist during loss of consciousness while losing their spectral signature (Poster 42B)
2nd place ($300)
A. Rieckmann, S.N. Gomperts, K.A. Johnson, J. H. Growdon , K.R.A. Van Dijk. Functional connectivity MRI between the putamen and midbrain is related to striatal dopamine transporter density in patients with Lewy body disease (Poster 91C)
3rd place ($200)
V. Beliveau, D. N. Greve, C. Svarer, V. G. Frokjaer, G. M. Knudsen, P. M. Fisher. Functional connectivity of the dorsal and median raphe nuclei at rest (Poster 32A)
Honorable Mention for:
|33B||A. Breeden, M. Norr, G. Siegle, C.J. Vaidya||Pupil diameter relates to time-varying BOLD functional connectivity|
|34B||C. Chang, D.A. Leopold, M.L. Scholvinck, J.H. Duyn||Electrophysiological and behavioral contributions to the resting-state fMRI signal|
|58B||J.B. Czarapata, D.P. Eisenberg, M. Gregory, C. Hegarty, P.D. Kohn, K.F. Berman||Association of resting state fronto-striatal network function with striatal presynaptic dopamine synthesis in humans|
|18A||Mastrovito, S. Hanson, C. Hanson||Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Low Frequency Oscillations in Resting-state fMRI|
|43B||A.E. Mechling, T. Arefin, H.-L. Lee, M. Reisert, J. Hennig, D. von Elverfeldt, B. Kieffer, L.-A. Harsan||Insight into functional brain connectivity remodeling in mu-opioid receptor knock-out mice|
|89A||N.S. Philip, S.L. Carpenter, L.H. Sweet, H.T. Kao, B. Porton, L.H. Price, L.L. Carpenter and A.R. Tyrka||Telomere Length Is Associated With Altered Amygdala Resting State Functional Connectivity|
|91B||B.B. Reynolds, T. Chatlos, D.K. Broshek, M. Wintermark, S. Saliba, H.P. Goodkin, T.J. Druzgal||Resting-State Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Subconcussion|
|99C||K.Supekar, J. Kochalka, V. Menon||Regional imbalance of excitation and inhibition explains intrinsic functional brain hyper-connectivity in childhood autism|
|47A||A. Sinha, W. G. Roncal, N. Kasthuri, J. W. Lichtman, R. Burns||Automatic Annotation of 3D Axoplasmic Reticula for Neuron Segmentation|
|48B||G.J. Thompson, W.J. Pan, J.C.W. Billings, J.K. Grooms, S. Shakil, D. Jaeger, S.D. Keilholz||Phase-amplitude coupling indicates independence of infraslow versus high frequency neural electrical activity regarding their relationship to resting state fMRI in rats|
|28A||V. Vuksanovic, P Hovel||Role of remote synchronization and symmetry in indirect interactions in functional correlations between distant cortical regions|
A detailed list of all posters is available in the PDF of the program.
Important instructions for poster presenters:
- Posters should be prepared in portrait orientation (i.e. not landscape)
- The dimensions of each poster should be:
- 3 feet wide x 3.75 feet high (=38×45 inch, 96×114 cm)
- Posters should be mounted with pushpins that will be provided.
- Each poster should be mounted on its poster board between 7:00 am and 8:00 am on the morning of the designated day of that poster to get maximum exposure.
- Each poster should be removed from the poster board after the poster session but not later than 6:00 pm on the designated day of that poster. Any posters still mounted at 6:00 pm will be discarded.
Please find additional poster presentation tips here.