You are cordially invited to the BK21PLUS invited seminar as below.
Title: Learning Brain Functional Networks for Mental Disorder Diagnosis
Speaker : Prof. Dinggang Shen (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Date: October 28 (Mon.), 2019
Time: 11:00 A.M.
Location: Room 604, Woo Jung Information & Communication bldg.
Hosted by Dept. of Brain & Cognitive Engineering, Korea University / Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Korea University / Institute of Brain and Cognitive Engineering, Korea University / BK21+ Global Leader Development Division in Brain Engineering, Korea University / Interdisciplinary Major in Brain and Cognitive Science
Brain functional connectivity and the complex brain networks are very informative for investigation of cognitive function and its alterations due to various mental disorders. In this talk, I will present our recently developed methods for high-order brain network construction, directional network modeling, and various advanced machine learning and deep learning frameworks for learning discriminative features from brain networks for individualized disease diagnosis. I will also briefly introduce our newly developed toolbox, for facilitating clinicians and neuroscientists to construct brain functional networks and conduct network-based analysis/classification. All the methodological advances and their clinical applications are bringing brain functional network analysis from bench to bedside.