12:00 noon CDT | via Zoom Webinar
"Neuroimaging of ADHD: Crisis and Opportunity"
The neuroimaging literature on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is voluminous but mostly inconclusive. Recently, the ENIGMA neuroscience consortium on ADHD and autism spectrum disorder has identified replicable differences (in the direction of smaller values) in intracranial volume, subcortical volume, and multiple cortical surface areas volume, albeit with small effect sizes. Functional imaging results remain unclear. Open science approaches focusing on replicability are needed.
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The recorded webinar can be viewed at the link below:
Dec 18 Psychiatry Grand Rounds | Castellanos
This talk is sponsored by the
Orr Lecture Fund
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
This educational activity received no commercial support.
Grand Rounds Enrichment Discussion
For a deeper understanding of the topic ahead of Dr. Castellanos' talk, please join Dr. Ariel on Wednesday December 16 on Zoom as he delves a little deeper into the subject matter. The article for discussion for this week can be found here:
Neuroimaging in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
by Victor Pereira-Sanchez and Francisco X. Castellanos