[Neuroinfo] New book 'Changing Connectomes' (MIT Press)

Marcus Kaiser mail at mkaiser.de
Wed Sep 9 10:23:47 CEST 2020

Dear all,

My book on Connectome organization and development has now been published.
The book gives an up-to-date overview of the field of connectomics,
introducing concepts and mechanisms underlying brain network change at
different stages.

>From the synopsis:

“This book provides an overview of network features of the brain, how these
features emerge during evolution and brain development, and how alterations
ranging from normal aging to developmental and neurodegenerative disorders
affect brain networks. By including an introduction to concepts of network
analysis, it will also be accessible to researchers who are new to the
field of connectomics. Finally, through Matlab code examples, it will allow
researchers to understand and extend the shown mechanisms of connectome

In case you're interested, the book is on sale on with Amazon and other

Amazon USA: https://t.co/ju0gtVANOQ

Amazon UK: https://t.co/Oqqiu0tG4r

Amazon Germany: https://t.co/JuvIfhSNfc

Other booksellers: https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/changing-connectomes




Marcus Kaiser, Ph.D.  FRSB  @ConnectomeLab

Professor of Neuroinformatics

Interdisciplinary Computing and Complex Biosystems (ICOS) Research Group,
School of Computing, Newcastle University, UK

Guanci Visiting Professor

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Rui Jin Hospital, Functional Neurosurgery
Unit, China

Book: Changing Connectomes


Lab website:


Neuroinformatics UK:

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