MRI BIOPHYSICS GROUP

bridging the micro-macro gap with diffusion MRI

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2016
J. Veraart, Novikov, D. S., Christiaens, D., Ades-aron, B., Sijbers, J., and Fieremans, E., Denoising of diffusion \{MRI\} using random matrix theory, NeuroImage, vol. 142, pp. 394 - 406, 2016.
P. Kochunov, Rowland, L. M., Fieremans, E., Veraart, J., Jahanshad, N., Eskandar, G., Du, X., Muellerklein, F., Savransky, A., Shukla, D., Sampath, H., Thompson, P. M., and L. Hong, E., Diffusion-weighted imaging uncovers likely sources of processing-speed deficits in schizophrenia, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 113, pp. 13504-13509, 2016.
E. Fieremans, Lemberskiy, G., Veraart, J., Sigmund, E. E., Gyftopoulos, S., and Novikov, D. S., In vivo measurement of membrane permeability and myofiber size in human muscle using time-dependent diffusion tensor imaging and the random permeable barrier model., NMR Biomed, 2016.
E. Fieremans, Burcaw, L. M., Lee, H. - H., Lemberskiy, G., Veraart, J., and Novikov, D. S., In vivo observation and biophysical interpretation of time-dependent diffusion in human white matter., Neuroimage, vol. 129, pp. 414-427, 2016.
I. O. Jelescu, Zurek, M., Winters, K. V., Veraart, J., Rajaratnam, A., Kim, N. S., Babb, J. S., Shepherd, T. M., Novikov, D. S., Kim, S. G., and Fieremans, E., In vivo quantification of demyelination and recovery using compartment-specific diffusion MRI metrics validated by electron microscopy., Neuroimage, vol. 132, 2016.
I. de Kouchkovsky, Fieremans, E., Fleysher, L., Herbert, J., Grossman, R. I., and Inglese, M., Quantification of normal-appearing white matter tract integrity in multiple sclerosis: a diffusion kurtosis imaging study., J Neurol, 2016.
2015
J. M. Tarasoff-Conway, Carare, R. O., Osorio, R. S., Glodzik, L., Butler, T., Fieremans, E., Axel, L., Rusinek, H., Nicholson, C., Zlokovic, B. V., Frangione, B., Blennow, K., Menard, J., Zetterberg, H., Wisniewski, T., and de Leon, M. J., Clearance systems in the brain-implications for Alzheimer disease, Nature reviews. Neurology, pp. 457-470, 2015.
I. Jelescu, Shepherd, T., Novikov, D., Ding, Y. - S., Koesters, T., Friedman, K., Galvin, J., and Fieremans, E., Correlation of white matter damage with amyloid and hippocampal atrophy in normal aging and amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment (aMCI): an MR-PET study., Journal of nuclear medicine, vol. 56, p. ?-?, 2015.
I. O. Jelescu, Veraart, J., Fieremans, E., and Novikov, D., Degeneracy in model parameter estimation for multi-compartmental diffusion in neuronal tissue, NMR in biomedicine, pp. 33-47, 2015.
C. Guglielmetti, Veraart, J., Roelant, E., Mai, Z., Daans, J., Van Audekerke, J., Naeyaert, M., Vanhoutte, G., Delgado Y Palacios, R., Praet, J., Fieremans, E., Ponsaerts, P., Sijbers, J., Van der Linden, A., and Verhoye, M., Diffusion kurtosis imaging probes cortical alterations and white matter pathology following cuprizone induced demyelination and spontaneous remyelination, Neuroimage, vol. 125, pp. 363-377, 2015.
J. Veraart, Fieremans, E., and Novikov, D., Diffusion MRI noise mapping using random matrix theory, Magnetic resonance in medicine, p. ?-?, 2015.
Y. Serulle, Pawar, R. V., Eubig, J., Fieremans, E., Kong, S. E., George, I. C., Morley, C., Babb, J. S., and George, A. E., Diffusional Kurtosis Imaging in Hydrocephalus, Magnetic resonance imaging, vol. 33, pp. 531-536, 2015.
J. Veraart, Fieremans, E., Jelescu, I. O., Knoll, F., and Novikov, D., Gibbs ringing in diffusion MRI, Magnetic resonance in medicine, p. ?-?, 2015.
L. M. Burcaw, Fieremans, E., and Novikov, D., Mesoscopic structure of neuronal tracts from time-dependent diffusion, Neuroimage, vol. 114, pp. 18-37, 2015.
E. J. Grossman, Kirov, I. I., Gonen, O., Novikov, D., Davitz, M. S., Lui, Y. W., Grossman, R. I., Inglese, M., and Fieremans, E., N-acetyl-aspartate levels correlate with intra-axonal compartment parameters from diffusion MRI, Neuroimage, vol. 118, pp. 334-343, 2015.

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