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Computational Neurology, Neuroscience & Psychiatry Lab


16th July 2020 - New preprint

We are pleased to share our latest preprint using high dimensional statistical analysis to uncover relationships between epilepsy duration and MRI metrics. You can find a link to the paper here:

Multivariate white matter alterations are associated with epilepsy duration

6th July 2020 - New publication

Nádia's latest work as now been published in NeuroImage: Clinical, where she investigates postoperative structural brain network changes in epilepsy. You can find a link to the paper here:

Network reorganisation following anterior temporal lobe resection and relation with post-surgery seizure relapse: a longitudinal study.

5th July 2020 - New publication

We are delighted to share our latest work, which investigates the reliability of structural covariance networks. We make several specific suggestions to ensure mor reproducible findings. Link to the published paper here in NeuroImage: Reliability and comparability of human brain structural covariance networks

We have also shared the source code here: https://github.com/cnnp-lab/2019Carmon-ReliabityComparabilityStructuralCovariance

29th June 2020 - New publication

We are delighted to share our latest work using intracranial EEG to predict seizure freedom after surgery using data from 55 patients. Link to the published paper here in Epilepsia: Interictal intracranial electroencephalography for predicting surgical success: The importance of space and time.

We have also shared the source code and data here: https://zenodo.org/record/3837441

11th June 2020 - New publications

Nadia's paper "Investigating Brain Network Changes and Their Association With Cognitive Recovery After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Longitudinal Analysis" has now been published, along with code and data here: https://zenodo.org/record/3824190

We are also delighted to contribute to the ENIGMA Epilepsy review, recently published in Human Brain Mapping "The ENIGMA‐Epilepsy working group: Mapping disease from large data sets" available here: https://doi.org/10.1002/hbm.25037

2nd June 2020 - New team members and new/updated preprints

First of all, we are delighted to have Jonny and Karoline joining the CNNP team as new PhD students. Welcome!

We also have some new and updated preprints. Chris has released a preprint on "Band power modulation through intracranial EEG stimulation and its cross-session consistency". Jona has also updated his preprint on "Reliability and comparability of human brain structural covariance networks".

5th May 2020 - New publications, new team member

Gabrielle's work on slow changes of seizure pathways within individual patients has now appeared in PNAS, congrats Gabrielle! The code and data are also available on Zenodo.

We also have released a new preprint on "Independent components of human brain morphology".

We are also very happy to have Frances back in the team. Welcome again, Frances!

17th Jan 2020 - New paper

Our latest work on traumatic brain injury is now online here: https://n.neurology.org/content/94/10/e1021 source code and data can be found here: https://zenodo.org/record/3593087

15th Jan 2020 - Software update

Happy New Year! Just a small update. Over the break Tobias Ludwig has kindly updated our matlab pipeline to extract cortical folding features from Freesurfer for lobe-level analysis. This can be found on the lab github: https://github.com/cnnp-lab/CorticalFoldingAnalysisTools.

4th Dec 2019 - Preprint, paper, and congratulations to Joe!

Some good news have accumulated over the last couple of months. Jona, our exceptional intern student, has wrapped up his project and released a preprint.

Then we have two pieces of great news from Joe: his paper on qT1 has been published in Bipolar Disorder, and he has also successfully passed his viva, and completed his corrections. Congratulations Dr. Necus!

4th Oct 2019 - New software released

Thanks to our talented intern Tobias Ludwig, we have now finalised our matlab pipeline to extract cortical folding features from Freesurfer for public release. Version 1.0 can be found on the lab github: https://github.com/cnnp-lab/CorticalFoldingAnalysisTools

The current version is for the analysis of whole-hemisphere features. We will release the pipeline for the lobe-level analysis soon.

11th July 2019 - New interns and visitor

We are very happy to welcome our new interns to the lab: Tobias Ludwig, Tom Atkinson, and Ruby Scarlett.

Also, our longterm collaborator Prof Bruno Mota is visiting us for a couple of weeks. Feel free to drop by and say hi!

8th June 2019 - New preprint

We are very happy to announce that Gabrielle's first paper is now online as a pre-print:

Slow changes in seizure pathways in individual patients with focal epilepsy

Comments and suggestions are of course welcome!

1st June 2019 - New lab website

The CNNP Lab finally has an official website!

We will now update this website regularly with news and content.