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The goal of the newly formed Australian Chapter is to unite and invigorate the neuroimaging community in Australia. Our members come from a variety of universities and research institutes around the country – Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide – working in the fields of fundamental and clinical neuroscience. We aim to further promote scientific communication and … Read more
September 2021 Brandon had a first author paper accepted in Nature Communications: The ascending arousal system shapes low-dimensional brain dynamics to mediate awareness of changes in intrinsic cognitive states! Eli had a first author paper published in NeuroImage: The ascending arousal system shapes low-dimensional brain dynamics to mediate awareness of changes in intrinsic cognitive states
The thalamus integrates the macrosystems of the brain to facilitate complex, adaptive brain network dynamics The human brain is a complex, adaptive system comprised of billions of cells with trillions of connections. The interactions between the elements of the system oppose this seemingly limitless capacity by constraining the system’s dynamic repertoire, enforcing distributed neural states … Read more
Leveraging principles of functional neuroanatomy to understand the complex, adaptive nature of the brain A key interest in the lab are the complex, adaptive dynamics that are emergent in neural activity and strike a balance between flexibility and robustness required to mediate behaviours shaped by natural selection. Using neurobiology as our guide, we combine empirical … Read more
Integrating Physics, Engineering and Neuroscience Meetings and discussions from the Sydney University Systems Neuroscience and Complexity Seminars organized by Mac Shine, Joe Lizier, and Ben Fulcher. Upcoming talk schedule can be found here: https://www.world-wide.org/Neuro/Sydney-Systems-Neuroscience-and-Complexity-SNAC/