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Fernando Boada

Professor, Department of Radiology
Professor, Department of Neurosurgery
Professor, Department of Psychiatry


Contact Info

Address
660 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Fernando.Boada@nyumc.org


Dixon sequence with superimposed model-based bone compartment provides highly accurate PET/MR attenuation correction of the brain
Koesters, Thomas; Friedman, Kent Parks; Fenchel, Matthias; Zhan, Yiqiang; Hermosillo, Gerardo; Babb, James; Jelescu, Ileana O; Faul, David; Boada, Fernando E; Shepherd, Timothy M. Dixon sequence with superimposed model-based bone compartment provides highly accurate PET/MR attenuation correction of the brain. Journal of nuclear medicine. 2016 Feb 2;57(6):918-924 (1933112)

Radial q-space sampling for DSI
Baete, Steven H; Yutzy, Stephen; Boada, Fernando E. Radial q-space sampling for DSI. Magnetic resonance in medicine. 2015 Sep 12;76(3):769-780 (1772782)

Quantitative impact of Dixon mumap variability in dual-time-point brain PET/MR
Jackson, K; Bartlett, R; Friedman, K; Shepherd, T; Koesters, T; Teruel, J; Fenchel, M; Hermosillova-Valadez, G; Faul, D; Boada, F. Quantitative impact of Dixon mumap variability in dual-time-point brain PET/MR [Meeting Abstract]. EJNMMI Physics. 2015 December 2015;Conference:(4th):- (2258322)

Quantitative impact of Dixon mumap variability in dual-time-point brain PET/MR
Jackson, Kimberly; Bartlett, Rachel; Friedman, Kent; Shepherd, Timothy; Koesters, Thomas; Teruel, Jose; Fenchel, Mathias; Hermosillova-Valadez, Gerardo; Faul, David; Boada, Fernando. Quantitative impact of Dixon mumap variability in dual-time-point brain PET/MR. EJNMMI physics. 2015 Dec ;2(Suppl 1):A74-A74 A74 (2023522)

Whole-Body PET/MR Imaging: Quantitative Evaluation of a Novel Model-Based MR Attenuation Correction Method Including Bone
Paulus, Daniel H; Quick, Harald H; Geppert, Christian; Fenchel, Matthias; Zhan, Yiqiang; Hermosillo, Gerardo; Faul, David; Boada, Fernando; Friedman, Kent P; Koesters, Thomas. Whole-Body PET/MR Imaging: Quantitative Evaluation of a Novel Model-Based MR Attenuation Correction Method Including Bone. Journal of nuclear medicine. 2015 May 29;56(7):1061-1066 (1663642)