2015 Publications



  1. Gholipour A, Estroff JA, Barnewolt CE, Robertson RL, Grant PE, Gagoski B, Warfield SK, Afacan O, Connolly SA, Neil JJ, Wolfberg A, Mulkern RV. Fetal MRI: a technical update with educational aspirations. Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part A, 7 April 2015, DOI: 10.1002/cmr.a.21321 [PDF]

  2. Shaikh H, Lechpammer M, Jensen FE, Warfield SK, Hansen AH, Kosaras B, Shevell M, Wintermark P. Increased Brain Perfusion Persists over the First Month of Life in Term Asphyxiated Newborns Treated with Hypothermia: Does it Reflect Activated Angiogenesis? Transl Stroke Res. 2015 Jan 27. [PDF]

  3. Tomas-Fernandez X, Warfield SK. A Model of Population and Subject (MOPS) Intensities with Application to Multiple Sclerosis Lesion Segmentation. IEEE Trans Med Imaging. 2015 Jan 19. [PDF]

  4. Velasco-Annis C, Gholipour A, Afacan O, Prabhu SP, Estroff JA, Warfield SK. Normative biometrics for fetal ocular growth using volumetric MRI reconstruction. Prenat Diagn. 2015 Jan 19. [PDF]

  5. Taimouri V, Kurugol S, Clancy S, Freiman M, Warfield SK. Structural and Diffusion Weighted MRI Registration for Biomarker Fusion in Crohn's Disease Diagnosis. ISBI 2015 [PDF]

  6. Taimouri V, Gholipour A, Velasco-Annis C, Estroff JA, Warfield SK. A Template-To-Slice Block Matching Approach for Automatic Localization of Brain in Fetal MRI. ISBI 2015 [PDF]  

  7. Erem B, Hyde D, Peters J, Duffy F, Brooks D, Warfield SK. Combined Delay and Graph Embedding of Epileptic Discharges in EEG Reveals Complex and Recurrent Nonlinear Dynamics. ISBI 2015 [PDF]

  8. Erem B, Afacan O, Gholipour A, Warfield SK. Real-Time Dynamic Prediction of Motion during Prospective Motion Correction Helps Reduce Errors Caused by Fast Motions and Delayed Motion Measurements. ISMRM 2015 Abstract [PDF]

  9. Tomas-Fernandez X, Scherrer B, Wan C, Warfield SK. Arcuate fasciculus delineation by means of diffusion compartment imaging based tractography. ISMRM 2015 Abstract [PDF]

  10. Kurugol S, Freiman M, Afacan O, Clancy S, Warfield SK. Spatially Constrained Probability Distribution Model of Incoherent Motion (SPIM) Improves Longitdinal Reproducibility of Quantitative Diffusion Weighted MRI. ISMRM Abstract [PDF]

  11. Kurugol S, Freiman M, Afacan O, Warfield SK. A Spatially Constrained Probability Distribution Model of Incoherent Motion (SPIM) In Quantitative Diffusion Weighted MRI. ISMRM Abstract [PDF]

  12. Taimouri V, Freiman M, Warfield SK. Spatially-Constrained Incoherent Motion (SCIM) Model Improves the Robustness of Fast and Slow Diffusion Parameter Estimation from DW-MRI Data in Various Multiple b-Value Acquisition Protocols. ISMRM 2015 Abstract [PDF]

  13. Scherrer B, Gholipour A, Afacan O, Prabhu S, Warfield SK. Accelerated motion-robust non-Cartesian multi-shot diffusion-weighted imaging with reconstruction in the image space. ISMRM 2015 Abstract [PDF]

  14. Stamm A, Afacan O, Scherrer B, Singh J, Warfield SK. In-vivo High Resolution Imaging of Fine-Scale Anatomical Structures at 3T with Simultaneous Bias/Variance Reduction. ISMRM 2015 Abstract [PDF]

  15. Kurugol S, Freiman M, Domachevsky L, Afacan O, Warfield SK. Quantitative Diffusion-Weighted MR Imaging of Crohn's Disease using a Spatially-Constrained Probability Distribution Model of Incoherent Motion (SPIM). ISMRM Diffusion Weighted Imaging Outside Brain Workshop, Boston, MA. April 2015. [PDF]

  16. Tomas-Fernandez X and Warfield SK. Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference Chapter. 2015, vol. 1, pp. 323-332. [PDF]

  17. Taimouri V, Afacan O, Perez-Rossello JM, Callahan MJ, Mulkern RV, Warfield SK, Freiman M. Spatially Constrained Incoherent Motion Method Improves Diffusion-Weighted MRI Signal Decay Analysis in the Liver and Spleen. Medical Physics, 2015 42(4), 1895-1903. [PDF]