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Tao, Yitong (author)
To better understand how brain signals are processed and even how the human mind works, analyzing the hemodynamic signal model is one of the most essential steps. In the CUBE group of Erasmus MC, functional ultrasound (fUS) data of a mouse’s brain is recorded. By using this fUS dataset, this thesis will solve the problem regarding the joint...
master thesis 2022
Erol, A. (author), Soloukey, Chagajeg (author), Generowicz, Bastian (author), van Dorp, Nikki (author), Koekkoek, Sebastiaan (author), Kruizinga, P. (author), Hunyadi, Borbala (author)
Functional ultrasound (fUS) indirectly measures brain activity by detecting changes in cerebral blood volume following neural activation. Conventional approaches model such functional neuroimaging data as the convolution between an impulse response, known as the hemodynamic response function (HRF), and a binarized representation of the input...
journal article 2022
Van Eyndhoven, Simon (author), Dupont, Patrick (author), Tousseyn, Simon (author), Vervliet, Nico (author), Van Paesschen, Wim (author), Van Huffel, Sabine (author), Hunyadi, Borbala (author)
EEG-correlated fMRI analysis is widely used to detect regional BOLD fluctuations that are synchronized to interictal epileptic discharges, which can provide evidence for localizing the ictal onset zone. However, the typical, asymmetrical and mass-univariate approach cannot capture the inherent, higher order structure in the EEG data, nor...
journal article 2021