Keith R. Thulborn, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor & Director of MR Research, Physiology & Biophysics, Radiology, Bioengineering
Development of a biochemical model of human brain function using in vivo metabolic MR imaging using sodium, oxygen, carbon, phosphorus and nitrogen signals at 3.0 and 9.4 Tesla.
- Atkinson IC, Renteria L, Burd H, Pliskin NH, Thulborn KR. Safety of Human MRI at Static Fields Above the FDA 8T Guideline: Sodium Imaging at 9.4T Does Not Affect Vital Signs or Cognitive Ability. J Magn Reson Imag. 2007; 26:1227-1252.
- Little DM, Thulborn KR. Prototype-distortion category learning: A two-phase learning process across a distributed network. Brain and Cognition 2006; 60:233-243.
- Thulborn KR, Davis D, Snyder J, Yonas H, Kassam A. Sodium MR imaging of acute and subacute stroke for assessment of tissue viability. Neuroimag Clin N Am 2005; 15:639-653.