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    • Measuring embeddedness: Hierarchical scale-dependent information exchange efficiency of the human brain connectome 

      Ye, AQ; Zhan, L.; Conrin, S.; GadElKarim, J.; Zhang, A.; Yang, S.; Feusner, JD; Kumar, A.; Ajilore, Olusola A.; Leow, A. (Wiley-Liss, 2015-09)
      This article presents a novel approach for understanding information exchange efficiency and its decay across hierarchies of modularity, from local to global, of the structural human brain connectome. Magnetic resonance ...
    • Prefrontal vulnerabilities and whole brain connectivity in aging and depression 

      Lamar, Melissa; Charlton, Rebecca A.; Ajilore, Olusola A.; Zhang, Aifeng; Yang, Shaolin; Barrick, Thomas R.; Rhodes, Emma; Kumar, Anand (Elsevier Inc., 2013-07)
      Studies exploring the underpinnings of age-related neurodegeneration suggest fronto-limbic alterations that are increasingly vulnerable in the presence of disease including late life depression. Less work has assessed the ...
    • The significance of negative correlations in brain connectivity 

      Zhan, Liang; Jenkins, Lisanne M.; Wolfson, Ouri E.; GadElkarim, Johnson Jonaris; Nocito, Kevin; Thompson, Paul M.; Ajilore, Olusola A.; Chung, Moo K; Leow, Alex D. (WILEY, 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA, 2017-02)
      Understanding the modularity of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)-derived brain networks or connectomes can inform the study of brain function organization. However, fMRI connectomes additionally involve negative ...
    • White-matter tract integrity in late-life depression: associations with severity and cognition 

      Charlton, R. A.; Lamar, M.; Zhang, A.; Yang, S.; Ajilore, Olusola A.; Kumar, A. (Cambridge University Press, 2013-09)
      BACKGROUND: Although significant changes in both gray and white matter have been noted in late-life depression (LLD), the pathophysiology of implicated white-matter tracts has not been fully described. In this study we ...