MCWG provides this month’s cover image in Trends in Cognitive Sciences

Have you seen April’s cover image of Trends in Cognitive Sciences? The cover features our paper “Brain connectomics: time for a molecular imaging perspective?” arguing for the need to integrate molecular imaging into the framework of brain connectivity. As chemical synapses represent the predominant mode of signal transduction in the human brain, targeting the molecular

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New publication by Sala et al.: Brain connectomics: time for a molecular imaging perspective?

Members of our group have published a new article in Trends in Cognitive Sciences. Sala et al. share their thoughts on Brain connectomics: time for a molecular imaging perspective? Highlights Sala A, Lizarraga A, Caminiti SP, Calhoun VD, Eickhoff SB, Habeck C, Jamadar SD, Perani D, Pereira JB, Veronese M, Yakushev I. Brain connectomics: time

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Alavi-Mandell Award for Dr. Ripp

We congratulate Dr. Isabelle Ripp most sincerely on receiving the Alavi-Mandell Award, which was presented by the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging for her publication entitled “Integrity of Neurocognitive Networks in Dementing Disorders as Measured with Simultaneous PET/Functional MRI”. The Alavi-Mandell Award is given to individuals who were the first author of a

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