Jan Hering

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PURPOSE Diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is difficult, as symptoms vary greatly and are difficult to quantify objectively. Recent work has focused on the assessment of non-invasive diffusion tensor imaging-based biomarkers that reflect the microstructural characteristics of neuronal pathways in the brain. While tractography-based approaches(More)
Effective image-based artifact correction is an essential step in the analysis of diffusion MR images. Many current approaches are based on retrospective registration, which becomes challenging in the realm of high b -values and low signal-to-noise ratio, rendering the corresponding correction schemes more and more ineffective. We propose a novel(More)
There is an increasing interest in connectomics as means to characterize the brain both in healthy controls and in disease. Connec-tomics strongly relies on graph theory to derive quantitative network related parameters from data. So far only a limited range of possible parameters have been explored in the literature. In this work, we utilize a broad range(More)
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