TRABIT

TRABIT - Translational Brain Imaging Training Network, funded by European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program

Team: Athena Taymourtash, Daniel Sobotka, Ernst Schwartz, Karl-Heinz Nenning, Roxane Licandro, Georg Langs

The TRABIT project is an interdisciplinary and intersectoral joint effort of computational scientists, clinicians, and the industry in the field of neuroimaging. Its aim is to train a new generation of innovative and entrepreneurial researchers to bring quantitative image computing methods into the clinic, enabling improved healthcare delivery to patients with brain disease.

Recent Publications:

A. Taymourtash, E. Schwartz, K.-H. Nenning, R. Licandro, M. Diogo, P. Golland, E. Grant, G. Kasprian, D. Prayer, and G. Langs, “Functional thalamocortical connectivity development revealed by in-utero resting state fMRI”, In Proceedings of Utero-MRI Workshop, Oxford, United Kingdom, January 2020.

Sobotka D., Licandro R., Ebner M., Schwartz E., Vercauteren T., Ourselin S., Kasprian G., Prayer D., Langs G., „Reproducibility of Functional Connectivity Estimates in Motion Corrected Fetal fMRI”, Smart Ultrasound Imaging and Perinatal, Preterm and Paediatric Image Analysis, LNCS volume 11798, Springer, Cham, ISBN: 978-3-030-32874-0, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-32875-7, October 2019.

D. Sobotka, E. Schwartz, R. Licandro, M.C. Diogo, G. Dovjak, G. Kasprian, D. Prayer, G. Langs, "Short-range functional connectivity of the fetal brain in utero", Medical Imaging Cluster Festival, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, June 2019.

A. Taymourtash, E. Schwartz, K.-H. Nenning, R. Licandro, D. Sobotka, G. Kasprian, D. Prayer, M. Diogo, G. Langs, "Functional Thalamocortical Connectivity Development Revealed by In utero Resting state fMRI", Medical Imaging Cluster Festival, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, June 2019.

G. Langs, E. Schwartz, R. Licandro, A. Taymourthash, D. Sobotka, G. Kasprian, A. Jakab, D. Prayer, "Modelling Structural and Functional Brain Development in Utero" , 2019 IEEE 16th International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI), Venice, April 2019