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Research Fellow

Oiwi Parker Jones


Postdoctoral Researcher in Connectivity Mapping

I am a postdoc at FMRIB in the Connectivity, Computational Neuroscience, and Analysis Groups---having previously trained in NLP at Oxford and in imaging-neuroscience at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging. My research is focused on the application of machine learning to big data such as the 1200 hours of resting-state fMRI being collected by the Human Connectome Project.

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Recent Publications

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Recent Publications
1. Parker Jones et al. (2017), Resting connectivity predicts task activation in pre-surgical populations. Neuroimage: Clinical 13: 378–385 
2. Tavor I, Parker Jones O, et al. (2016), Task-free MRI predicts individual differences in brain activity during task performance. Science 352(6282): 216–220.
3. Oberhuber M, et al. (2016), Four functionally distinct regions in the left supramarginal gyrus support word processing. Cerebral Cortex 26(11): 4212–4226.
4. Sanjuan A, et al. (2015), Dissociating the semantic function of two neighbouring subregions in the left lateral anterior temporal lobe. Neuropsychologia 76: 153–162. 
5. Seghier M, et al. (2015), A trade-off between somatosensory and auditory related brain activity during object naming but not reading. Journal of Neuroscience 35(11): 4751–4759.
Key Publications
1. Parker Jones O, et al. (2017), Resting connectivity predicts task activation in pre-surgical populations. Neuroimage: Clinical 13: 378–385 
2. Parker Jones O, et al. (2016). Graph theoretic analysis on large DCM models. Frontiers in Neuroscience. International Conference - Educational Neuroscience.
3. Hope T, Parker Jones O, et al. (2015), Comparing language outcomes in monolingual and bilingual stroke patients. Brain 138(4): 1070–1083.
4. Parker Jones O, et al. (2014), Sensory-to-motor integration during auditory repetition: A combined fMRI and lesion study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8(24): 1–16.
5. Parker Jones O, et al. (2013), Auditory-motor interactions for the production of native and non-native speech. Journal of Neuroscience 33(6): 2376–2387.