Takuya Hayashi, a team leader of RIKEN, Prof. Van Essen (Washington University in St. Louis, US), Prof. Henry Kennedy (Lyon Univ, France), Prof. Stephen Smith (Oxford Univ, UK), Prof. Miho Murayama (Kyoto Univ), Prof. Essa Yacoub (Minnesota Univ, US) and others have started the international research project, "The nonhuman primate neuroimaging and neuroanatomy project" to resolve brain structure, function, and connectivity in primate brain. The project combines the state-of-art technologies of neuroimaging (RIKEN, Minnesota Univ), MRI data analysis (Oxford Univ), Digitized neuroanatomy (Lyon Univ) and multi-modal cortical-surface analysis (Washington Univ) and genetic analysis (Kyoto Univ) and tackles to understand the whole brain connectiomics of primate brain in coming years.
The nonhuman primate neuroimaging and neuroanatomy project
DOI : 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.117726
Takuya Hayashi, Yujie Hou, Matthew F Glasser, Joonas A Autio, Kenneth Knoblauch, Miho Inoue-Murayama, Tim Coalson, Essa Yacoub, Stephen Smith, Henry Kennedy, David C Van Essen