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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

Research Keywords

imaging

Voxelwise analysis of simultaneously acquired and spatially correlated 18 F-fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG)-PET and intravoxel incoherent motion metrics in breast cancer
Ostenson, Jason; Pujara, Akshat C; Mikheev, Artem; Moy, Linda; Kim, Sungheon G; Melsaether, Amy N; Jhaveri, Komal; Adams, Sylvia; Faul, David; Glielmi, Christopher; Geppert, Christian; Feiweier, Thorsten; Jackson, Kimberly; Cho, Gene Y; Boada, Fernando E; Sigmund, Eric E. Voxelwise analysis of simultaneously acquired and spatially correlated 18 F-fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG)-PET and intravoxel incoherent motion metrics in breast cancer. Magnetic resonance in medicine. 2016 Oct 25;:?-? (2288692)

Radial q-space sampling for DSI
Baete, Steven H; Yutzy, Stephen; Boada, Fernando E. Radial q-space sampling for DSI. Magnetic resonance in medicine. 2016 Sep;76(3):769-780 (1772782)

In vivo brain rosette spectroscopic imaging (RSI) with LASER excitation, constant gradient strength readout, and automated LCModel quantification for all voxels
Schirda, Claudiu V; Zhao, Tiejun; Andronesi, Ovidiu C; Lee, Yoojin; Pan, Jullie W; Mountz, James M; Hetherington, Hoby P; Boada, Fernando E. In vivo brain rosette spectroscopic imaging (RSI) with LASER excitation, constant gradient strength readout, and automated LCModel quantification for all voxels. Magnetic resonance in medicine. 2016 Aug;76(2):380-390 (1745582)

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 Jun;57(6):918-924 (1933112)

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)