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overview I was trained in physics and have worked in the field of MRI for over 25 years. My research is currently focused on developing advanced MRI methods for applications to neuroscience and neurology. Much of my work exploits the capability of MRI to assess brain tissue microstructure, which is relevant to a number of neuropathologies including Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, and stroke. I also serve as the Director of the Center for Biomedical Imaging at MUSC.
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Concept Epilepsy, Generalized
Concept Epilepsies, Partial
Concept Epilepsy, Temporal Lobe
Academic Article Microstructural integrity of early- versus late-myelinating white matter tracts in medial temporal lobe epilepsy.
Academic Article Diffusional kurtosis imaging reveals a distinctive pattern of microstructural alternations in idiopathic generalized epilepsy.
Academic Article The brain connectome as a personalized biomarker of seizure outcomes after temporal lobectomy.
Academic Article Altered microstructure in temporal lobe epilepsy: a diffusional kurtosis imaging study.
Academic Article Epilepsy-related cytoarchitectonic abnormalities along white matter pathways.
Academic Article Preoperative automated fibre quantification predicts postoperative seizure outcome in temporal lobe epilepsy.
Academic Article Using machine learning to classify temporal lobe epilepsy based on diffusion MRI.
Academic Article Fiber ball white matter modeling in focal epilepsy.
Concept Drug Resistant Epilepsy
Academic Article Radiological identification of temporal lobe epilepsy using artificial intelligence: a feasibility study.
Academic Article High b-value diffusion tractography: Abnormal axonal network organization associated with medication-refractory epilepsy.
Academic Article Cortical disconnection in temporal lobe epilepsy.
Academic Article Association Between Anatomical Location of Surgically Induced Lesions and Postoperative Seizure Outcome in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy.
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