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Noam Ben Eliezer

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology

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660 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Noam.BenEliezer@nyumc.org



New Clinically Feasible 3T MRI Protocol to Discriminate Internal Brain Stem Anatomy
Hoch, M J; Chung, S; Ben-Eliezer, N; Bruno, M T; Fatterpekar, G M; Shepherd, T M. New Clinically Feasible 3T MRI Protocol to Discriminate Internal Brain Stem Anatomy. AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology. 2016 Feb 11;37(6):1058-1065 (2009812)

Accelerated and motion-robust in vivo T mapping from radially undersampled data using bloch-simulation-based iterative reconstruction
Ben-Eliezer, Noam; Sodickson, Daniel K; Shepherd, Timothy; Wiggins, Graham C; Block, Kai Tobias. Accelerated and motion-robust in vivo T mapping from radially undersampled data using bloch-simulation-based iterative reconstruction. Magnetic resonance in medicine. 2015 Apr 17;75(3):1346-1354 (1543012)

The rapid imaging renaissance: sparser samples, denser dimensions, and glimmerings of a grand unified tomography
Sodickson, Daniel K; Feng, Li; Knoll, Florian; Cloos, Martijn; Ben-Eliezer, Noam; Axel, Leon; Chandarana, Hersh; Block, Tobias; Otazo, Ricardo. The rapid imaging renaissance: sparser samples, denser dimensions, and glimmerings of a grand unified tomography [Meeting Abstract]. Proceedings of SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering). 2015 ;9417:?-? (2061802)

Super-resolved parallel MRI by spatiotemporal encoding
Schmidt, Rita; Baishya, Bikash; Ben-Eliezer, Noam; Seginer, Amir; Frydman, Lucio. Super-resolved parallel MRI by spatiotemporal encoding. Magnetic resonance imaging. 2013 Oct 11;32(1):60-70 (1082442)

Functional MRI using super-resolved spatiotemporal encoding
Ben-Eliezer, Noam; Goerke, Ute; Ugurbil, Kamil; Frydman, Lucio. Functional MRI using super-resolved spatiotemporal encoding. Magnetic resonance imaging. 2012 Jul 11;30(10):1401-1408 (1082462)