fMRI: Spatial-Temporal Characteristics

Room A102
16:00 – 18:00

Chairs: Peter A. Bandettini and Seong-Gi Kim

16:00   494.  Mapping Iso-Orientation Columns with Ultra-High Resolution fMRI, D-S. Kim, T.Q. Duong and S-G. Kim, University of Minnesota School of Medicine, Minneapolis, MN, USA.
16:12  495.  Early Negativity Enhanced BOLD fMRI Using Short Inter-Stimulus Intervals, B.M. Ances and J.A. Detre, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
16:24  496.  Spatially Coincident Patterns of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism Response During Neuronal Stimulation, R.D. Hoge, J. Atkinson, B. Gill, J.B. Mandeville, S. Marrett and G.B. Pike, Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown MA, USA and Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal Quebec, Canada.
16:36  497.  Arterial Spin Labeling Localizes the fMRI Signal to Brain Tissues Better than BOLD, W-M. Luh, E.C. Wong and J.S. Hyde, University of California, San Diego, CA, USA and Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA.
16:48  498.  Negative Visually Induced BOLD Response During Human Adult Slow-Wave Sleep, A.P. Born, T.E. Lund, L.G. Hanson, A. Steensgaard, P.L. Madsen, E. Rostrup and H.C. Lou, Hvidovre Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark; John F. Kennedy Institute, Glostrup, Denmark and Rigshopitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark.
17:00  499.  Spatiotemporal fMRI during Motor and Picture-Naming Tasks, M. Singh, W. Sungkarat, J. Jeong and A. Dimoka, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
17:12  500.  Characterizing the Dynamic Perfusion Response to Stimuli of Short Duration, K.L. Miller, W.M. Luh, T.T. Liu, A. Martinez, T. Obata, E.C. Wong, L.R. Frank and R.B. Buxton, University of California, San Diego, CA, USA and Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
17:24  501.  Probing Fast Neuronal Events and Neuronal Interaction in Human Visual Cortex During Short Visual Stimulation Based on fMRI BOLD Response, W. Chen, X-H. Zhu, S. Ogawa and K. Ugurbil, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA and Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, USA.
17:36  502.  fMRI Activation Secondary to Finger Tapping has Shorter Duration in Subcortical Regions Than in Sensorimotor Cortex, C.H. Moritz, M.E. Meyerand, D. Cordes and V.M. Haughton, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.
17:48  503.  Comparison of Temporal Characteristics Between Event-Related Potential and BOLD Response to Checkerboard Stimulation in Human V1, K. Kashikura, S. Yamamoto, X. Zhang, J. Kershaw and I. Kanno, Japan Science and Technology Corporation (JST), Akita, Japan; Kobe City College of Techonology, Kobe, Japan and Akita Research Institute of Brain and Blood Vessels, Akita, Japan.

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