New InBrain publication at NeuroImage: Reports!

We are happy to communicate that the manuscript entitled "Sublinear association between cortical thickness at the onset of the adult lifespan and age-related annual atrophy parallels spatial patterns of laminar organization in the adult cerebral cortex", from our very own Bruno Hebling Vieira and Prof. Carlos Ernesto Garrido Salmon, has been accepted for publication in NeuroImage: Reports.


In the article, authors investigate if the rate of age-related atrophy was dissociated from the average cortical thickness, region-wise. They show that a substantial correlation exists linking both. In fact, proportionally thinning in thicker cortices is lesser than in thinner ones, even though in absolute value thicker cortices lose more millimeters per year. From this finding, possible cellular and laminar correlates of thinning are discussed, including cortical granularity and cortical structural types.


The work is Open Access and can be accessed in the link below:

  • Bruno Hebling Vieira, Carlos Ernesto Garrido Salmon, Sublinear association between cortical thickness at the onset of the adult lifespan and age-related annual atrophy parallels spatial patterns of laminar organization in the adult cerebral cortex, Neuroimage: Reports, Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ynirp.2021.100011.


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