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11th QBIN Scientific Day Poster Presentations



First place winners

Number    Name                                       Title
11.16Alexandra Potvin-DesrochersFunctional reorganization of the basal ganglia in Parkinson's disease with freezing of gait
11.19Dorelle C. HintonBrain activation during split-belt treadmill walking is affected by aging and Parkinson’s disease: An 18F FDG PET Study.
11.27Julian ChiarellaThe impact of childhood trauma on in vivo brain measures of histone deacetylases in adulthood: A Positron Emission Tomography study in a longitudinal cohort followed since childhood

 

Second place winners

Number    NameTitle
11.02Sarah Provost and Solène FourdainInvestigation des réseaux cérébraux fonctionnels chez les nourrissons avec cardiopathie congénitale : une étude en spectroscopie proche infrarouge
11.13Benoit Bourasse-MoreauImagerie de perfusion et de perméabilité cérébrale pour le suivi clinique de métastases cérébrales
11.33Dalia SabraSex moderates the relationship between aortic stiffness and cerebrovascular reactivity in healthy older adults
11.41Simon MichonThérapie provasculaire ciblée anti-cancer à l’aide de microbulles stimulées par ultrasons

 

General participants

Number    Name                           Title
11.01Cécilia TremblayAtteinte chimiosensorielle spécifique : Une avenue pour la détection précoce de la maladie de Parkinson
11.03Véronique FortierVolumetric gradient-echo fat R1 mapping for MR-oximetry
11.04Kenza IbrirSurgical determinants of postoperative electroencephalographic recovery in neonates with complex congenital heart disease
11.05Zamzam MahdiOpioids and shivering influence EEG background evolution in neonates with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy undergoing therapeutic hypothermia
11.06Genevièeve NuckleLe rétablissement de l’odorat a-t-il un effet sur l’épaisseur corticale?
11.07Giovanni PellegrinoEffects of MRI acoustic noise on brain activity and connectivity measured with magnetoencephalography (MEG)
11.08Daphnée Poupon-PourchotPerformance olfactive et volume du bulbe olfactif chez des étudiants en sommellerie
11.09Atef BadjiQuel est le seuil de risque de la rigidité artérielle associé à l'intégrité de la substance blanche du cerveau des personnes âgées ?
11.10Shady RahayelStructural Brain Alterations in Parkinson’s Disease Patients with Polysomnography-Confirmed REM Sleep Behavior Disorder
11.11Shady RahayelSubcortical Amyloid Relates to Cortical Surface Area in Cognitively Normal Individuals
11.12Shady RahayelSubcortical Amyloid Load is Associated with Volume and Shape in Cognitively Normal Individuals
11.14Jimmy GhaziriResting-state functional connectivity of structurally-defined insular subregions
11.15Kamran AfzaliAdolescent Resting-State Brain Networks and Unique Variability of Conduct Problems within the Externalizing Dimension
11.17Budhachandra KhundrakpamSubject-based Maturational Coupling as Indicator of Brain Development: A Longitudinal MRI Study
11.18Theresa KöbeVascular drugs intake influences the association between vascular and amyloid burden in asymptomatic individuals at risk for Alzheimer’s disease
11.20Maxime PerronDifferences in Cortical Structure between Aging Choral Singers and Non-singers
11.21Pierre-François MeyerCerebrospinal fluid and PET measures of tau pathology indicate different state of AD pathophysiological progression
11.22Kassandra RogerEffets d'une malnutrition durant la petite enfance sur la fonction cérébrale : Données préliminaires en EEG
11.23Julien JarretCombining task-based fMRI activation to constrain tractography: a methodological survey of the current practices
11.24Alejandra HüsserCerebral reorganization of language networks in children with temporal or frontal lobe epilepsy
11.25Laura Caron-DesrochersPatrons d’activations des réseaux cérébraux langagiers à la naissance suite à une exposition prénatale à une langue étrangère
11.26Falonne Demeze KenfackLocalized Release of extracellular-ATP by Ultrasound and Microbubbles to enhance cancer immunotherapy
11.28Alza Xifra-PorxasMEG insight into the modulation of beta oscillations during motor handgrips in healthy aging
11.29Michalis KassinopoulosPhysiological noise correction improves the identifiability of the DMN spatial pattern
11.30Erlan SanchezSleep spindles are resilient to extensive white matter deterioration
11.31Marie PayerÉtude d’un modèle de compensation chez les sujets âgés versus jeunes pour une tâche de mémoire de travail à l’aide de la spectroscopie proche infrarouge
11.32Stéphane NorthonIntégration de la douleur dans la moelle épinière et le cerveau chez les gauchers
11.34Prokopis ProkipiouModeling of the BOLD signal using simultaneous EEG-fMRI and convolutional sparse coding analysis
11.35Arna GhoshCombining structural MR images and MEG recordings for Biological brain age prediction
11.36Brittany IntzandtVentilatory outcomes during a VO2max test are related to measures of cerebral vascular health in aging
11.37Julia HuckGlobal degree centrality (degC) in resting-state functional MRI is higher in nodes near veins and decrease over distance
11.38Alberto Osa GarciaLa prédiction de la récupération précoce de l'aphasie post-AVC a partir de la sévérité langagière initiale
11.39Hyo LeeData-driven MRI Biotyping of Epileptogenic Malformations of Cortical Development
11.40Simon Brais-BrunetDevelopment of instrumentation and methods to image the retina in the mouse pup with in vivo non-invasive optical coherence tomography
11.42Kelvin MokEvaluation of non-invasive structural and functional MRI-based methods for parcellating the cerebral cortex
11.43Sethu K. Boopathy JegathambalMRI guided hierarchical sectioning and stitching of brain blocks for alignment of histology images to corresponding MR images
11.44Gaudin, EmilieGATE simulation of a fully pixelated Ultra-High Resolution Brain PET scanner