Hiromasa Takemura (CiNet, NICT)
David Lyon (University of California, Irvine)
Toru Takahata (Zhejiang University)
James Bourne (Monash University)
06/09/2019 - 06/13/2019
[Symposium] OHBM2019 symposium ”Multi-modal imaging approach for human neuroanatomy: integration across scales”
Organizer: Hiromasa Takemura (CiNet, NICT) & Konrad Wagstyl (University of Cambridge)
Hiromasa Takemura (CiNet, NICT)
Anastatia Yendiki (Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, MGH)
Konrad Wagstyl (University of Cambridge)
Karla Miller (Oxford University)
Presentations at OHBM2019:
・[Symposium Talk] Takemura, “Multi-modal Imaging Approach for Visual White Matter Pathways”
・[Poster] T436, Amemiya, Naito & Takemura, “Lifespan change in asymmetry of superior longitudinal fasciculus”
・[Poster] Th747, Takemura, Ogawa, Mezer, Horiguchi, Miyazaki, Matsumoto, Shikishima, Nakano & Masuda, “Microstructural properties of optic tract and optic radiation after retinal ganglion cell damage”
・[Poster] Th750, Takemura, Axer, Palomero-Gallagher, Gräßel, Jorgensen, Woods & Zilles, “Ultra high-resolution mapping of occipital white matter tracts disentangles current controversies”
・[Poster] Th781, Uesaki, Takemura, Furlan & Smith, “White Matter Tracts Adjacent to the Cingulate Sulcus Visual Area (CSv) Assessed with Diffusion MRI"
A research article on diffusion and quantitative MRI study on retinal ganglion cell disease is accepted for publication in NeuroImage: Clinical.
Takemura, H.*, Ogawa, S.*, Mezer, A.A., Horiguchi, H., Miyazaki, A., Matsumoto, K., Shikishima, K., Nakano, T. & Masuda, Y. (2019)
Diffusivity and quantitative T1 profile of human visual white matter tracts after retinal ganglion cell damage. NeuroImage: Clinical, in press. (*: equal contributions)
[Presentation] Invited talk at Nangyang Technological University, Singapore.
A research article reporting a relationship between microstructural properties of white matter pathway and human stereoacuity is published in PNAS. [NICT Press Release]
Oishi, H.*, Takemura, H.*, Aoki, S.C., Fujita, I. & Amano, K. (2018)
Microstructural properties of the vertical occipital fasciculus explain the variability in human stereoacuity. PNAS. [Epub ahead of print] (*: equal contribution)
A research article which reviews comparative studies on visual white matter pathways is accepted for publication in Neuroscience Research.
Takemura, H., Pestilli, F. & Weiner, K. S. (2018)
Comparative neuroanatomy: integrating classic and modern methods to understand association fibers connecting dorsal and ventral visual cortex.
Neuroscience Research, in press.
11/5, #397.1: Takemura, Kaneko, Pestilli, Silva, Ye & Leopold.
“Vertical occipital fiber tract in the common marmoset.”
11/6, #488.17: Bullock, Takemura, Caiafa, Kitchell, McPherson, Caron & Pestilli.
“Clarifying the anatomical organization and cortical projections of multiple major white after tracts associating the human temporal and parietal lobes."
11/7, #790.01: Yuasa, Takemura, Motoyoshi & Amano.
“Two streams of feedback signals from parietal cortex to visual areas subserve visual awareness."
Oral presentation at Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision 2018 (@Hangzhou)
Takemura et al. "Disease in retinal ganglion cells affects diffusivity but not myelin volume along the optic radiation"
My abstract submitted at 2nd annual meeting of ISMRM Japanese Chapter received "Outstanding Abstract Award".