FMRI and Statistics

We are an informal methods clinic, consisting of all members who are using or interested in using fMRI. We also welcome members with more general interest in statistics, mathematics, and computational modeling.

Activities:

The fMRI & Statistics group operates predominantly as a weekly methods clinic. The clinic is open for all members and collaborators of DRCMR, and is usually held after the research meeting on Fridays. The format typically centers around ad hoc questions pertaining to anything related to fMRI, statistics, or computational modeling. Attendees are free to bring any question of any level of sophistication, from the practical to the theoretical. We can help with practical tasks such as methods reporting, grant writing, responding to reviewer’s comments, and much else besides. We also hold journal clubs on papers, video talks, or reports of general interest. Attendees are also encouraged to bring data and half-baked analyses for discussion. 

Members:

The meetings are chaired and organized by Ollie Hulme, Kristoffer Madsen, and Jens Hjortkjær. Attendance is voluntary but recommended for anyone engaged in fMRI research, computational modeling, or is anyway confused by something of a statistical nature. 

 

 

Associated Publications

Madsen, K. H., Churchill, N. W. & Mørup, M.
Quantifying functional connectivity in multi-subject fMRI data using component models.
Human brain mapping. 38, 2, p. 882-899, 2017.

Meder, D., Kolling, N., Verhagen, L., Wittmann, M. K., Scholl, J., Madsen, K. H., Hulme, O. J., Behrens, T. E. J. & Rushworth, M. F. S.
Simultaneous representation of a spectrum of dynamically changing value estimates during decision making.
Nature Communications. 8, 1942 2017.

Nielsen, J. D., Madsen, K. H., Wang, Z., Liu, Z., Friston, K. J. & Zhou, Y.
Working Memory Modulation of Frontoparietal Network Connectivity in First-Episode Schizophrenia.
Cerebral Cortex. 27, 7, p. 3832-3841, 2017.

Røge, R. E., Madsen, K. H., Schmidt, M. N. & Mørup, M.
Infinite von Mises-Fisher Mixture Modeling of Whole Brain fMRI Data.
Neural Computation. 29, 10, p. 2712-2741, 2017.

Nielsen, S. F. V., Madsen, K. H., Schmidt, M. N. & Mørup, M.
Functional Connectivity using a Wishart Mixture Model.
2017.

Røge, R., Sandø Ambrosen, K. M., Albers, K. J., Eriksen, C. T., Liptrot, M. G., Schmidt, M. N., Madsen, K. H. & Mørup, M.
Whole Brain Functional Connectivity Predicted by Indirect Structural Connections.
2017.

Vilamala, A., Madsen, K. H. & Hansen, L. K.
Adaptive Smoothing in fMRI Data Processing Neural Networks.
2017.

Andersen, K. W., Madsen, K. H. & Siebner, H. R.
Rock-paper-scissors - Hand gestures show multivariate pattern representations in the human brain.
2017.

Baruël Johansen, L., Madsen, K. S., Andersen, K. W., Madsen, K. H., Siebner, H. R. & Baaré, W. F. C.
Reduced orbitofrontal functional network centrality characterizes high neuroticism across childhood and adolescence.
2017.

Meder, D., Kolling, N., Verhagen, L., Wittmann, M. K., Madsen, K. H., Hulme, O. J., Behrens, T. E. J., Siebner, H. R. & Rushworth, M. F.
Simultaneous Representation of a Spectrum of Dynamically Changing Value Estimates.
2017.

Meder, D., Kolling, N., Verhagen, L., Wittmann, M. K., Scholl, J., Madsen, K. H., Hulme, O. J., Behrens, T. E. J. & Rushworth, M. F. S. Simultaneous Representation of a Spectrum of Dynamically Changing Value Estimates during Decision Making.

Group Members

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Kristoffer Hougaard Madsen

Group Leader

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Oliver Hulme

Group Leader

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Jens Hjortkjær

Group Leader