fMRI Mechanisms

Hall C
Monday: 14:00 – 16:00
Tuesday – Thursday: 13:30 – 15:30

T 1757. Multi-Modal Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Implications for Quantitative Functional MRI, F. Hyder, R. Renken and D.L. Rothman, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA.
W 1758. Localized Cerebral Energetics under Anesthesia: Implications for Quantitative Functional MRI, R.G. Shulman, D.L. Rothman and F. Hyder, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA.
Th 1759. A Model for the Regulation of Cerebral Oxygen Delivery and Blood Oxygenation: Implications for Functional MRI, F. Hyder, D.L. Rothman and K.L. Behar, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA.
M 1760. Measuring the Change in CBV in the Visual Cortex Upon Activation using LL-EPI and Gd-DTPA, J. Pears, S. Francis, S. Butterworth and P. Gowland, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK.
T 1761. Gradient Sensitization for the Selective Imaging of Blood Volume and Quantification of Oxygen Extraction, D.C. Alsop and J.A. Detre, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
W 1762. Microscopic Susceptibility Contrast in the Stimulated Echo Imaging Experiment, C. Ramanathan and R.M. Weisskoff, Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, MA, USA and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.
Th 1763. Dual-Echo PRESTO: Fast 3D fMRI with Simultaneous Measurement of Changes in Baseline Signal I0 and in T2*, J.M. Hoogduin, J.S. van den Brink, P.J.M. Folkers, A.M.C. van Muiswinkel, R.S. Kahn and N.F. Ramsey, Utrecht University Hospital, Utrecht, The Netherlands and Philips Medical Systems, Best, The Netherlands.
M 1764. Relationship Between Cerebral Blood Flow and Functional Activation in the Motor Cortex Examined by T2* Weighted and CINE Phase Contrast MRI in Controls, S. Bluml and B.D. Ross, Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Pasadena, CA, USA and Rudi Schulte Research Institutes, Santa Barbara, CA, USA.
T 1765. Assessment of Cerebral Oxidative Metabolism with Breath Holding and fMRI, A. Kastrup, G. Krueger, G.H. Glover and M.E. Moseley, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
W 1766. A fMRI Study Using Dynamic ADC Mapping and Alternating Flow Compensated DWI, T-Q. Li, M.E. Moseley and G.H. Glover, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
Th 1767. Enhanced Sensitivity of MR Phase Imaging to the Functional Activation in Brain Regions with High-Iron Deposition, Y. Liu, J-H. Gao and P.T. Fox, The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX, USA.
M 1768. Voxel-Wise Comparison of T1 Relaxation Times and Simultaneously Measured Perfusion and BOLD Signal Increases During Motor Activation, W-M. Luh, E.C. Wong, P.A. Bandettini, B.D. Ward and J.S. Hyde, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA and University of California, San Diego, CA, USA.
T 1769. Mismatch Between T2* and Echo Time Dependence of BOLD Contrast fMRI in Men and Women, S. Wiese, M.L. Grosse-Ruyken, V.G. Kiselev and S. Posse, Research Center Jülich GmbH, Jülich, Germany.
W 1770. Oxygenation Dependent Spin-Lattice Relaxation of Hyperpolarized 129Xe in Human Blood, J. Wolber, A. Cherubini, M.O. Leach and A. Bifone, The Royal Marsden NHS Trust, Sutton, Surrey, UK and University of Rome "La Sapienza", Roma, Italy.
Th 1771. Effects of Hyperoxemia on BOLD fMRI by Pulsed Oxygen Inhalation, T. Kim, E-N. Kim, M-J. Chu, B-Y. Choe, T-S. Suh, J-M. Lee and K-S. Shinn, Catholic University School of Medicine and Ewha Women's University, Seoul, Korea.
M 1772. Different Elasticity of Balloons? – Strong Overshoot Response in the Supplementary Motor Area by a Single Task Experiment, T. Nakai, K. Matsuo, C. Kato, H. Isoda, Y. Takehara, T. Moriya and T. Okada, MITI, Tsukuba, Japan; Toyohashi Sozo College, Toyohashi, Japan; Hamamatsu University, Hamamatsu, Japan and Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.
T 1773. Investigation of Linear vs. Non-Linear BOLD Effects in the Transition from Single Event to Continuous Stimulation, C. Janz, J. Kornmayer and J. Hennig, University of Freiburg, Germany.
M 1774. The Structure of BOLD Signal in Functional MRI: Linear and Nonlinear Contribution, D.A. Yablonskiy, G.L. Bretthorst, M.E. Raichle and J.J.H. Ackerman, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, USA.

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