Selected Journal Publications

1. D. E. J. Waddington, M. Sarracanie, H. Zhang, N. Salameh, D. R. Glenn, E. Rej, T. Gaebel, T. Boele, R. L. Walsworth, D. J. Reilly, and M. S. Rosen, “Nanodiamond-enhanced MRI via in situ hyperpolarization,” Nature Communications, vol. 8, pp. 1–8, Apr. 2017.

2. D. A. Barskiy, A. M. Coffey, P. Nikolaou, D. M. Mikhaylov, B. M. Goodson, R. T. Branca, G. J. Lu, M. G. Shapiro, V.-V. Telkki, V. V. Zhivonitko, I. V. Koptyug, O. G. Salnikov, K. V. Kovtunov, V. I. Bukhtiyarov, M. S. Rosen, M. J. Barlow, S. Safavi, I. P. Hall, L. Schröder, and E. Y. Chekmenev, “NMR Hyperpolarization Techniques of Gases,” Chem. Eur. J., vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 725–751, 2017.

3.  O. Cohen and M. S. Rosen, “Algorithm comparison for schedule optimization in MR fingerprinting,” Magnetic resonance imaging, pp. 1–7, Mar. 2017.

4.  N. Salameh, M. Sarracanie, B. D. Armstrong, M. S. Rosen, and A. Comment, “Overhauser‐enhanced magnetic resonance elastography,” NMR in Biomedicine, pp. 1099–1492, Jan. 2016.

5. S. J. Devience, R. L. Walsworth, and M. S. Rosen, “Probing scalar coupling differences via long-lived singlet states,” Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol. 262, no. C, pp. 42–49, Jan. 2016.

6.  Sarracanie M, LaPierre C D, Salameh N, Waddington D E J, Witzel T, and  and Rosen MS, Low-Cost High-Performance MRI. Nature Scientific Reports (2015).

7. Sarracanie M, Armstrong BD, Stockman J, and Rosen MS, High Speed 3D Overhauser-Enhanced MRI Using Combined b-SSFP and Compressed Sensing. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2014).

8. DeVience S, Walsworth RL, and Rosen MS, Preparation of Nuclear Spin Singlet States Using Spin-Lock Induced Crossing. Phys. Rev. Lett. 111:173002 (2013).

9. Nikolaou P, Coffey AM, Walkup LL, Gust BM, Whiting N, Newton H, Barcus S, Muradyan I, Dabaghyan M, Moroz GD, Rosen MS, Patz S, Barlow MJ, Chekmenev EY, Goodson BM. Near-unity nuclear polarization with an open-source 129Xe hyperpolarizer for NMR and MRI. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 14 Aug 2013.

10. DeVience S, Walsworth RL, and Rosen MS, Nuclear spin singlet states as a contrast mechanism for NMR spectroscopy. NMR in Biomedicine (2013).

11. DeVience S, Walsworth RL, and Rosen MS, Dependence of nuclear spin singlet lifetimes on RF spin-locking power. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 218, 5-10 (2012).

12. Aptekar JW, Cassidy MC, Johnson AC, Barton RA, Memyoung L, Ogier AC, Vo C, Anahtar MN, Ren Y, Bhatia SN, Ramathan C, Corey DG, Hill AL, Mair RW, Rosen MS, Walsworth RL, and Marcus, CM. Silicon Nanoparticles as Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance Imaging Agents. ACS Nano 3, 4003-4008 (2009).

 

Conference Posters from 2013

(some of these are big files!)

Spin-Lock Induced Crossing: J-Coupling Spectroscopy at High and Low Fields

Overhauser Enhanced MR Elastography at Very Low Field

High Speed 3D b-SSFP at 6.5 mT

High Speed 3D Overhauser-Enhanced MRI Using Combined b-SSFP and Compressed Sensing

Parallel Imaging and Acceleration in the Johnson Noise Dominated Regime

Flexible Spatial Encoding Strategies Using Rotating Multipolar Fields for Unconventional MRI Applications

 

Reference & Dissertations

Zimmerman Cooley, C., Portable Low-Cost Magnetic Resonance Imaging. MIT (2014).

DeVience, S J., Nuclear Magnetic Resonance with Spin Singlet States and Nitrogen Vacancy Centers in Diamond. Harvard Univeristy (2014).

Stockman, J., New Strategies for Accelerated Spatial Encoding with Quadratic Fields in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Yale University (2012).

LaPierre, C D, Identification of Optimal Dosing Regimes for Procedures Requiring Esophageal Instrumentation Through Multiobjective Optimization. The University of Utah (2012).

Sarracanie, M., Imagerie quantitative du depot d'aerosols dans les voies aeriennes par resonance magnetique de l'helium-3 hyperpolarise. Universite Paris Sud (2011).

Armstrong, B D., Overhauser Dynamic Nuclear Polarization to Study Hydration Dynamics. University of California Santa Barbara (2010).

Rosen, M S., Laser-polarized 129Xe Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Imaging; the Development of a Method for In Vivo Perfusion Measurement. The University of Michigan (2001).

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