Neil Gelman

Journal Articles

  1. Goldhawk, D., Gelman, N., Sengupta, A., & F.S. Prato. The interface between iron metabolism and gene-based iron contrast for MRI. Magnetic Resonance Insights 8: 9-14 (2015) - [Published | PMID: 26483608]
  2. Lee, C., Thompson, R.T., Prato, F.S., Goldhawk, D., & N. Gelman. . Investigating the Relationship between Transverse Relaxation Rate (R2) and Interecho Time in MagA-Expressing Iron-labeled Cells. Mol Imaging 14: 11-27 (2015) - [Published]
  3. Sengupta, A., Quiaoit, K., Thompson, R.T., Prato, F.S., Gelman, N., & D. Goldhawk. Biophysical features of MagA expression in mammalian cells: implications for MRI contrast. Frontiers in Microbiotechnology, Ecotoxicology and Bioremediation 5: 29 (2014) - [Published | PMID: 24550900]
  4. Gelman, N., Silavi, A., & U. Anazodo. A hybrid strategy for correcting geometric distortion in echo-planar images. Magn Reson Imaging 32(5): 590-593 (2014) - [Published]
  5. Goldhawk, D., Rohani, R., Sengupta, A., Gelman, N., & F.S. Prato. Using the magnetosome to model effective gene-based contrast for magnetic resonance imaging. Rev. Nanomed. Nanobiotechnol. 4: 378-388 (2012) - [Published | PMID: 22407727]
  6. Liu, F., Kornecki, A., Shmuilovich, O., & N. Gelman. Optimization of Time-to-peak Analysis for Differentiating Malignant and Benign Breast Lesions with Dynamic Contrast Enhanced-MRI. Acad Radiol 18(6): 694-704 (2011) - [Published | PMID: 21420329]
  7. Vasileiadis, G., Thompson, R.T., Han, V., & N. Gelman. Females follow a more "compact" early human brain development model than males. A case-control study of preterm neonates. Pediatr Res 66(5): 551-555 (2009) - [Published | PMID: 19668102]
  8. Winter, J., Tichauer, K., Gelman, N., Thompson, R.T., Lee, T.-Y., & K. St. Lawrence. Changes in cerebral oxygen consumption and high-energy phosphates during early recovery in hypoxic-ischemic piglets: A combined near-infrared and magnetic resonance spectroscopy study. Pediatr Res 65(2): 181-187 (2009) - [Published | PMID: 18852691]
  9. Conklin, J., Winter, J., Thompson, R.T., & N. Gelman. High-contrast 3D neonatal brain imaging with combined T1- and T2-weighted MP-RAGE. Magn Reson Med 59(5): 1190-1196 (2008) - [Published | PMID: 18429019]
  10. Winter, J., Thompson, R.T., & N. Gelman. Efficacy of motion artifact reduction in neonatal DW segmented EPI at 3 T using phase correction by numerical optimization and segment data swapping. Magn Reson Imaging 25(9): 1283-1291 (2007) - [Published | PMID: 17490841]
  11. Winter, J., Lee, D.S., Hung, R.M., Levin, S.D., Rogers, J.M., Thompson, R.T., & N. Gelman. Apparent diffusion coefficient pseudonormalization time in neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy. Pediatr Neurol 37(4): 255-262 (2007) - [Published | PMID: 17903669]
  12. Williams, L.A., DeVito, T., Winter, J., Orr, T., Thompson, R.T., & N. Gelman. Optimization of 3D MP-RAGE for neonatal brain imaging at 3.0 T. Magn Reson Imaging 25(8): 1162-1170 (2007) - [Published | PMID: 17391887]
  13. Orr, T., Paliy, I., Winter, J., Campbell, G., Thompson, R.T., & N. Gelman. Development of a composite material phantom mimicking the magnetic resonance parameters of the neonatal brain at 3.0 Tesla. Invest Radiol 42(11): 739-746 (2007) - [Published | PMID: 18030196]
  14. Hendry, J., DeVito, T., Gelman, N., Densmore, M., Rajakumar, N., Pavlosky, W.F., Williamson, P.C., Thompson, P., Drost, D., & R. Nicolson. White matter abnormalities in autism detected through transverse relaxation time imaging. NeuroImage 29(4): 1049-1057 (2006) - [Published | PMID: 16214373]
  15. Williams, L.A., Gelman, N., Picot, P.A., Lee, D.S., Ewing, J.R., Han, V., & R.T. Thompson. Neonatal brain: regional variability of in vivo MR imaging relaxation rates at 3.0 T--initial experience. Radiology 235(2): 595-603 (2005) - [Published | PMID: 15858099]
  16. Vasileiadis, G., Gelman, N., Han, V., Williams, L.A., Mann, R., Bureau, Y., & R.T. Thompson. Uncomplicated intraventricular hemorrhage is followed by reduced cortical volume at near-term age. Pediatrics 114(3): (2004) - [Published | PMID: 15342899 | Free Access]
  17. Gelman, N., Ewing, J.R., Gorell, J.M., Spickler, E.M., & E.G. Solomon. Interregional variation of longitudinal relaxation rates in human brain at 3.0T: relation to estimated iron and water contents. Magn Reson Med 45(1): 71-79 (2001) - [Published | PMID: 11146488]
  18. Welch, K.M., Nagesh, V., Aurora, S.K., & N. Gelman. Periaqueductal gray matter dysfunction in migraine: cause or the burden of illness?. Headache 41(7): 629-37 (2001) - [Published | PMID: 11554950]
  19. Gelman, N., Gorell, J.M., Barker, P.B., Savage, R.M., Spickler, E.M., Windham, J.P., & R.A. Knight. MR imaging of human brain at 3.0T: preliminary report on transverse relaxation rates and relation to estimated iron content. Radiology 210(3): 759-767 (1999) - [Published | PMID: 10207479]
  20. Gelman, N., & R.F. Code. Concentration dependence of 19F nuclear magnetic resonance decay shapes and second moments in bone mineral. Solid State Nucl Magn Reson 14(3-4): 191-201 (1999) - [Published | PMID: 10499665]
  21. Gelman, N., & M.L. Wood. Wavelet encoding for improved SNR and retrospective slice thickness adjustment. Magn Reson Med 39(3): 383-391 (1998) - [Published | PMID: 9498594]
  22. Gelman, N., & M.L. Wood. Wavelet encoding for 3D gradient-echo MR imaging. Magn Reson Med 36(4): 613-619 (1996) - [Published | PMID: 8892215]
  23. Gelman, N., & J. Machin. Diffusion through the water barrier of arthropod cuticles: A statistical mechanical approach to the analysis of temperature effects. Journal of Theoretical Biology 167(4): 361-372 (1994) - [Published]
  24. Gelman, N., & R.F. Code. A simple model of 19F spin-echo formation in polycrystalline fluorapatite. JMR 107(2): 185-193 (1994) - [Published]
  25. Gelman, N., & R.F. Code. NMR spin-echo study of 19F environments in rat bone mineral. JMR 96(2): 290-301 (1992) - [Published]
  26. Code, R.F., Gelman, N., Armstrong, R., Lemaire, C., Hallsworth, R.S., & P.T. Cheng. Field dependence of 19F NMR in rat bone powders. Phys Med Biol 35(9): 1271-1286 (1990) - [Published]
  27. Gelman, N., Machin, J., & P. Kestler. The nature of driving forces for passive water transport through arthropod cuticle. Journal of Thermal Biology 13(4): 157-162 (1988) - [Published]

Proceedings Articles

  1. Gagnon, Y., Rajakumar, N., Gelman, N., Williamson, P.C., Drost, D., Théberge, J., & R. Nicolson. Investigating white matter abnormalities in autism using voxel-based relaxometry and voxel-based morphometry. (2010) - [Published]
  2. Orr, T., Winter, J., Campbell, G., Thompson, R.T., & N. Gelman. A Phantom Material for MRI of the Neonatal Brain. (2007)

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