Biophysical model for integrating neuronal activity, EEG, fMRI and metabolism

  title={Biophysical model for integrating neuronal activity, EEG, fMRI and metabolism},
  author={Roberto C. Sotero and Nelson J. Trujillo-Barreto},
Our goal is to model the coupling between neuronal activity, cerebral metabolic rates of glucose and oxygen consumption, cerebral blood flow (CBF), electroencephalography (EEG) and blood oxygenation level-dependent (BOLD) responses. In order to accomplish this, two previous models are coupled: a metabolic/hemodynamic model (MHM) for a voxel, linking BOLD signals and neuronal activity, and a neural mass model describing the neuronal dynamics within a voxel and its interactions with voxels of the… CONTINUE READING


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