Jiachen Zhuo
Jiachen Zhuo
Associate Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine
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Diffusion kurtosis imaging: an emerging technique for evaluating the microstructural environment of the brain
AJ Steven, J Zhuo, ER Melhem
American journal of roentgenology 202 (1), W26-W33, 2014
Diffusion kurtosis as an in vivo imaging marker for reactive astrogliosis in traumatic brain injury
J Zhuo, S Xu, JL Proctor, RJ Mullins, JZ Simon, G Fiskum, RP Gullapalli
Neuroimage 59 (1), 467-477, 2012
MR artifacts, safety, and quality control
J Zhuo, RP Gullapalli
Radiographics 26 (1), 275-297, 2006
Diffusion tensor MR imaging in cervical spine trauma
K Shanmuganathan, RP Gullapalli, J Zhuo, SE Mirvis
American journal of neuroradiology 29 (4), 655-659, 2008
Correlation of MR diffusion tensor imaging parameters with ASIA motor scores in hemorrhagic and nonhemorrhagic acute spinal cord injury
S Cheran, K Shanmuganathan, J Zhuo, SE Mirvis, B Aarabi, ...
Journal of neurotrauma 28 (9), 1881-1892, 2011
Default mode network interference in mild traumatic brain injury–a pilot resting state study
C Sours, J Zhuo, J Janowich, B Aarabi, K Shanmuganathan, RP Gullapalli
Brain research 1537, 201-215, 2013
Early microstructural and metabolic changes following controlled cortical impact injury in rat: a magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy study
S Xu, J Zhuo, J Racz, D Shi, S Roys, G Fiskum, R Gullapalli
Journal of neurotrauma 28 (10), 2091-2102, 2011
Carotid bulb webs as a cause of “cryptogenic” ischemic stroke
PI Sajedi, JN Gonzalez, CA Cronin, T Kouo, A Steven, J Zhuo, ...
American Journal of Neuroradiology 38 (7), 1399-1404, 2017
Disruptions in resting state functional connectivity and cerebral blood flow in mild traumatic brain injury patients
C Sours, J Zhuo, S Roys, K Shanmuganathan, RP Gullapalli
PLoS One 10 (8), e0134019, 2015
Heart preservation using continuous ex vivo perfusion improves viability and functional recovery
T Ozeki, MH Kwon, J Gu, MJ Collins, JM Brassil, MB Miller Jr, ...
Circulation journal 71 (1), 153-159, 2007
A longitudinal evaluation of diffusion kurtosis imaging in patients with mild traumatic brain injury
JA Stokum, C Sours, J Zhuo, R Kane, K Shanmuganathan, RP Gullapalli
Brain injury 29 (1), 47-57, 2015
Prognostic value of diffusion tensor imaging parameters in severe traumatic brain injury
J Betz, J Zhuo, A Roy, K Shanmuganathan, RP Gullapalli
Journal of neurotrauma 29 (7), 1292-1305, 2012
The role of circulating sex hormones in menstrual cycle–dependent modulation of pain-related brain activation
DS Veldhuijzen, ML Keaser, DS Traub, J Zhuo, RP Gullapalli, ...
Pain 154 (4), 548-559, 2013
Imaging of traumatic brain injury
UK Bodanapally, C Sours, J Zhuo, K Shanmuganathan
Radiologic Clinics 53 (4), 695-715, 2015
Longitudinal and prognostic evaluation of mild traumatic brain injury: a 1H-magnetic resonance spectroscopy study
EO George, S Roys, C Sours, J Rosenberg, J Zhuo, K Shanmuganathan, ...
Journal of neurotrauma 31 (11), 1018-1028, 2014
Hyper-connectivity of the thalamus during early stages following mild traumatic brain injury
C Sours, EO George, J Zhuo, S Roys, RP Gullapalli
Brain imaging and behavior 9, 550-563, 2015
Differential brain activation associated with laser-evoked burning and pricking pain: An event-related fMRI study
DS Veldhuijzen, MI Nemenov, M Keaser, J Zhuo, RP Gullapalli, ...
PAINŽ 141 (1-2), 104-113, 2009
Functional neuroimaging: fundamental principles and clinical applications
N Khanna, W Altmeyer, J Zhuo, A Steven
The neuroradiology journal 28 (2), 87-96, 2015
Associations between interhemispheric functional connectivity and the Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics (ANAM) in civilian mild TBI
C Sours, J Rosenberg, R Kane, S Roys, J Zhuo, K Shanmuganathan, ...
Brain imaging and behavior 9, 190-203, 2015
Age‐related changes in nociceptive processing in the human brain
RL Quiton, SR Roys, J Zhuo, ML Keaser, RP Gullapalli, JD Greenspan
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1097 (1), 175-178, 2007
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