The effect of ageing on fMRI: Correction for the confounding effects of vascular reactivity evaluated by joint fMRI and MEG in 335 adults
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Publication InfoCam-CAN; Davis, Simon Wilton; Henson, Richard N; Rowe, JB; Shafto, Meredith A; Taylor, JR; ... Williams, N (2015). The effect of ageing on fMRI: Correction for the confounding effects of vascular reactivity evaluated by joint fMRI and MEG in 335 adults. Human Brain Mapping, 36(6). pp. 2248-2269. 10.1002/hbm.22768. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/13484.
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Assistant Professor in Neurology
My research centers around the use of structural and functional imaging measures to study the shifts in network architecture in the aging brain. I am specifically interested in changes in how changes in structural and functional connectivity associated with aging impact the semantic retrieval of word or fact knowledge. Currently this involves asking why older adults have particular difficulty in certain kinds of semantic retrieval, despite the fact that vocabularies and knowledge stores typic