CAREER: Elucidating the role of brain hubs in task control.

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

This proposal will advance our understanding of the brain’s network architecture and how it supports goal-directed behaviors. The project will specify the role of hubs in directing information flow and/or encoding task-relevant variables, and with what specificity. In doing so, this project will disambiguate among models of hub functions (i.e., as a monolithic “rich club” or in differentiated sub- types) and provide concrete neural substrates for cognitive models of task control “resources” in the brain. Finally, the precision fMRI approach used here addresses several methodological issues (regarding cross-subject heterogeneity, measurement reliability, and artifact reduction) that plague more traditional study designs. Characterizing hubs with this novel approach may provide fundamental insights into the cortical mechanisms of task control.
StatusNot started
Effective start/end date10/1/219/30/26

Funding

  • National Science Foundation (BCS-2048066)

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