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Abstract #0672

Disentangling time series between gray matter and non-gray matter tissue using deep neural network improves resting state fMRI data quality

Zhengshi Yang1, Xiaowei Zhuang1, Karthik Sreenivasan1, Virendra Mishra1, and Dietmar Cordes1,2
1Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, Las Vegas, NV, United States, 2Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, United States

The fluctuation introduced by head motion, cardiac and respiratory fluctuations and other noise sources considerably confounds the interpretation of resting-state fMRI data. These noise fluctuations widely spread the whole brain regardless of the kinds of brain tissues, however, neural activity is more likely limited to gray matter tissue. Considering that the contribution of neural activity varies in different brain tissues, we hypothesized that disentangling gray matter and non-gray matter time series can clean fMRI data and improve the data quality. With such a hypothesis, we proposed a deep neural network method to denoise resting state fMRI data.

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