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Concept Brain Mapping
Academic Article Representative brain selection using a group-specific tissue probability map.
Academic Article A framework to analyze partial volume effect on gray matter mean diffusivity measurements.
Academic Article Sex differences in the temporal lobe white matter and the corpus callosum: a diffusion tensor tractography study.
Academic Article Group-specific regional white matter abnormality revealed in diffusion tensor imaging of medial temporal lobe epilepsy without hippocampal sclerosis.
Academic Article Thalamic changes in temporal lobe epilepsy with and without hippocampal sclerosis: a diffusion tensor imaging study.
Academic Article Comparison of diffusion tensor imaging and voxel-based morphometry to detect white matter damage in Alzheimer's disease.
Academic Article Quantitative mapping of diffusion characteristics under the cortical surface.
Academic Article Changes in language pathways in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy: diffusion tensor imaging analysis of the uncinate and arcuate fasciculi.
Academic Article Clinical prediction of fall risk and white matter abnormalities: a diffusion tensor imaging study.
Academic Article Hippocampal network connections account for differences in memory performance in the middle-aged rhesus monkey.
Academic Article Quantitative analysis of group-specific brain tissue probability map for schizophrenic patients.
Academic Article Comparison of ApoE-related brain connectivity differences in early MCI and normal aging populations: an fMRI study.
Award or Honor Receipt Trainee Award, Human Brain Mapping (funded by NIH)
Academic Article Multimodal MR-imaging reveals large-scale structural and functional connectivity changes in profound early blindness.
Academic Article Age-related changes in structural connectivity are improved using subject-specific thresholding.

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