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Child Mind Institute Science Makes an Impact at OHBM 2024

June 28, 2024

The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), a group of scientists dedicated to advancing the understanding of the anatomical and functional organization of the human brain using neuroimaging, hosted its annual conference in Seoul, South Korea this past week, June 23–27. The OHBM conference is the premier event in the brain mapping field and the Child Mind Institute is proud to have contributed to an astounding 34 presentations, symposia, courses, roundtables, and social events at OHBM 2024! Furthermore, a Child Mind Institute staff member was a first author, presenter, organizer and/or key supporter for 19 of those activities.

The Child Mind Institute contributed large numbers of novel findings, and Child Mind Institute Science team members were featured prominently at key conference events. Chief Science Officer Michael Milham, MD, PhD, anchored the OHBM Roundtable and a symposium on fostering international collaboration opportunities for young investigators. Aki Nikolaidis, PhD, and Ting Xu, PhD, also spoke at a second and third symposia, and Shinwon Park, PhD, was co-chair and presenter at a fourth. Dr. Xu also was part of a course on inter-species neuroimaging, and Kyoungseob Byeon, PhD, presented his work at an oral session co-chaired by Dr. Xu. Child Mind Institute Science team members even played a part in the fun — Dr. Park was instrumental in the organization of the Monday Night Social!

And for the first time, Child Mind Institute Science X and LinkedIn channels released a series of posts promoting Child Mind Institute events and presentations at the conference. The posts received around 7,000 impressions! Explore the list below to find out about all of the Child Mind Institute’s activity at the conference.

But the biggest news from OHBM 2024 was that Adriana Di Martino, MD, founding director of the Autism Center at the Child Mind Institute, was awarded the prestigious 2024 Organization for Human Brain Mapping Open Science Award for sustained and impactful efforts in the field of open science. Dr. Di Martino is the third Child Mind Institute team member to win the award. In 2012, Dr. Di Martino led the effort to create the Autism Brain Imaging Data Exchange (ABIDE), which aggregates and shares functional and structural brain imaging data from laboratories around the world. The ABIDE dataset has propelled discoveries in autism forward at an astounding rate. Since its founding, it has outpaced traditional datasets by more than 3 to 1 and now accounts for around 70 percent of all ASD-related resting state fMRI studies. Learn more about Dr. Di Martino’s accomplishments and the OHBM Open Science Award.

OHBM activities with direct Child Mind Institute contributions and promoted on Child Mind Institute Science social media channels:

Roundtables

OHBM Neurosalience Live – Leaders weigh in on central issues in the field
Featuring: Michael Milham, MD, PhD

Symposia

Sources of data pollution: Ill-posed problems
Featuring: Aki Nikolaidis, PhD

In the light of evolution: Principles of brain organization deduced from cross-species neuroimaging
Featuring: Ting Xu, PhD

Increasing international collaboration opportunities for early career researchers
Featuring: Michael Milham, MD, PhD

LOC symposium: Roadmap for Clinical Translation of Neuroimaging
Featuring: Shinwon Park, PhD, co-chair and presenter

Courses

An introduction to cross-species comparative neuroimaging
Featuring: Ting Xu, PhD

Oral Sessions and Presentations

Deciphering the Dynamic Spatiotemporal Maturation from Childhood to Adolescence at the Brain Development and Aging Oral Session
Session Co-Chair: Ting Xu, PhD
Featuring: Kyoungseob Byeon, PhD
With CMI contributors: Park, Clucas, Milham, Xu

Events

Monday Night Social and Gala
Featuring: Shinwon Park, PhD, co-organizer

Posters

Benchmarking 200+ pairwise similarity measures for resting-state functional connectivity estimation
Featuring: Connor Lane, MSE
With CMI contributors: Rupprecht, Milham, Kiar

How C-PAC NodeBlocks and resource pool enable modular testing and cross-pipeline compatibility
Featuring: Elizabeth Kenneally
With CMI contributors: Giavasis, Clucas, Milham, Kiar

Rethinking How We Wrap Command Line Tools from Python
Featuring: Florian Rupprecht, MSc
With CMI contributors: Lane, Vos de Wael, Kai, Kenneally, Giavasis, Shrestha, d’Antonio-Bertagnolli, Milham, Kiar

Deciphering the Dynamic Spatiotemporal Maturation from Childhood to Adolescence
Featuring: Kyoungseob Byeon, PhD
With CMI contributors: Park, Clucas, Milham, Xu

Transdiagnostic interindividual differences in brain coactivation dynamics in autism and ADHD
Featuring: Phoebe Thomson, PhD
With CMI contributors: Segura, Park, Milham, Xu, Di Martino

Brain Charts for the Rhesus Macaque
Featuring: Sam Alldritt
With CMI contributors: Ramirez, Franco*, PRIME-DE, Milham, Xu

Thalamic connectivity gradients analysis reveal atypical thalamic-insula interactions in autism
Featuring: Shinwon Park, PhD
With CMI contributors: Thomson, Milham, Hong*, Di Martino

Mapping neurotransmitter receptor distributions in the macaque cortex
Featuring: Thomas Funck, PhD

Multi-modal predictors of fMRI-identified brain states
Featuring: Karl-Heinz Nenning, PhD (NKI) – subcontract
With CMI contributors: Ting Xu, Franco*, Milham

Maintaining spatially fine-grained connectivity gradients improves brain-behavior predictions
Featuring: Karl-Heinz Nenning, PhD (NKI) – subcontract
With CMI contributors: Ting Xu, Franco*, Milham

Memory reactivation during rest is coupled with fluctuations in ongoing brain states
Featuring: Arielle Tambini, PhD (NKI) – subcontract
With CMI contributors: Ting Xu, Michael Milham

Other OHBM activities with Child Mind Institute contributions:

Posters

Integrated Effective Connectivity Reveals Mesulam’s Cortical Hierarchy in the Human Brain
With CMI contributors: Michael Milham, Seok-Jun Hong

FMRI-based Encoding for Self-supervised Deep Predictive Coding in the Human Brain
With CMI contributors: Seok-Jun Hong

Stepwise connectivity patterns along the gradients of brain organization in Alzheimer’s disease
With CMI contributors: Seok Jun Hong*

Capturing cortical hierarchy and dual stream architecture with precision functional MRI at 7T
With CMI contributors: Seok Jun Hong*

Decoding short- and long-range structural connectivity using manifold learning techniques
With CMI contributors: Seok-Jun Hong

Transdiagnostic mapping of corticostriatal circuit for behavior and cognition in autism and ADHD
With CMI contributors: Shinwon Park

Understanding the functional organization of the thalamocortical connectivity in Chronic SCZ
With CMI contributors: Shinwon Park

Human Cerebral Cortex Organization Estimated by Functional PET-FDG “Metabolic Connectivity”
With CMI contributors: Ting Xu

A Connectional Gradient of Individual Variability across Functional Connectome Edges
With CMI contributors: Ting Xu

Allometric constraints on brain tissue configuration
With CMI contributors: Ting Xu, Alldritt, Ramirez,

Predicting the epileptic seizure onset zone with brain-wide alterations of temporal dynamics in fMRI
With CMI contributors: Ting Xu, Michael Milham

Investigating the neurobiological basis of psychopathology using bi-factor models: reliably general
With CMI contributors: Aki Nikolaidis, Michael Milham

Complex Regulation of Protocadherin Epigenetics on Aging-Related Brain Health
With CMI contributors: Daryaneh Badaly

White Matter Integrity and Verbal Memory After a First Episode of Psychosis: A Longitudinal Study
With CMI contributors: Greg Kiar

Whole Brain Mapping of Disturbed Semantic Representation in Autism Spectrum Disorder
With CMI contributors: Kyoungseob Byeon, Michael Milham

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