New published paper by PhD Student Linghai Wang: Identifying sex-specific risk architectures for predicting amyloid deposition using neural networks.

Linghai Wang and colleagues investigated the relationship of age, sex, and education in explaining the association between White Matter Hyperintensities (WMH) in MRI and cerebral amyloid deposition, measured by the Pittsburgh compound B (PiB) PET. Their findings indicate that sex is a relevant predictor in explaining cerebral amyloid deposition/PiB, and WMH were not as relevant in this prediction. This article was published in NeuroImage journal and can be found here: