Benoit Schmitt1, Delphine Duclap1, Alice LEBOIS*1, Pamela Guevara2, Hui Zhang3, Yaniv Assaf4, Fabrice POUPON1, Denis Riviere1, Yann Cointepas1, Denis Le Bihan1, Jean-Franois Mangin1, Cyril POUPON1
1I2BM, CEA - NeuroSpin, GIF-SUR-YVETTE, FRANCE, France, Metropolitan; 2University of Concepcion, CONCEPCION, CHILE, Chile; 3Department of Computer Science & Centre for Medical Image Computing, University College London, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, United Kingdom; 4Department of Neurobiology, Tel-Aviv University, TEL-AVIV, ISRAEL, Israel
Providing a map of the human connectome is today a major challenge of diffusion. To reach this goal, two projects were launched: Human Brain Connectome in the USA and CONNECT project in Europe. This study was done in the frame of CONNECT project and included 79 subjects. In this study, we built the first probabilistic atlas of the human brain connectivity and diffusion quantitative statistics along bundles. We believe this novel atlas will help to infere the human brain connectome and further to provide some microstructural information for each bundle.