About the book
Multiple neuroimaging metrics will be demonstrated in this book to identify and quantify significant and distinct brain alterations at function, microstructure, morphology and molecular scales in human brain with high sensitivity and specificity. These comprehensive imaging features could be combined to improve functional localization and differentiation accuracy. The aim of this book is thus intended to provide both beginners and experts in biomedical imaging and health care filed a broad and complete picture of the new developments with multiple metrics for improving disease identification, classification and therapeutic efficacy.
This book would hopefully capture the interests of colleagues and researchers interested in the areas of human brain mapping and functional probes, and could help convey the methodological and integrative perspectives of region-specific and network-based neuroimaging applications.
Thorough research and analyses of most upfront neuroimaging techniques and various in vivo applications of specific mapping of normal function and under diseases are the purpose of this book. This book would hopefully capture the interests of colleagues interested in neuroimaging principles and applications, research and developments, as well as disease diagnosis and treatment, and could help convey the methodological and developmental perspectives of brain function in the medical application and research field.