Date/Time: Monday, October 22, 2018 - 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Type: Special Interest Group
Area: Behavioral Neurology
Room: Regency V
Chair: David T. Jones, MD – Mayo Clinic Co-Chair: William W. Seeley, MD –University of California, San Francisco Intensive clinical, radiographic, and pathologic characterization of patients has always been a cornerstone of the field of Behavioral Neurology. Understanding individual differences, or phenotypic heterogeneity, in these detailed characterizations is fundamental to neurobiology and patient care. This SIG will provide cutting-edge updates on phenotypic heterogeneity from thought leaders across various disciplines important for the practice of Behavioral Neurology
Identify the spectrum of individual differences in brain networks, molecular pathology, and clinical presentations of neurodegenerative diseases.
Understand the importance of individual differences in neurologic factors for understanding normal and dysfunctional cognition and behavior.
Gain insight into disease mechanism through novel observations of individual differences in imaging measures of brain function.