Christopher M Collins

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Christopher Collins

Professor, Department of Radiology
Radiology

Contact Info

Address
660 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-3322
C.Collins@nyumc.org

Research Interests

Engineering and Safety of Electromagnetic Fields in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Effects of anatomical differences on electromagnetic fields, SAR, and temperature change
Alon, Leeor; Deniz, Cem M; Carluccio, Giuseppe; Brown, Ryan; Sodickson, Daniel K; Collins, Christopher M. Effects of anatomical differences on electromagnetic fields, SAR, and temperature change. Concepts in magnetic resonance. Part B, Magnetic resonance engineering. 2016 FEB;46(1):8-18 (2090612)

Dependence of B-1(+) and B-1(-) Field Patterns of Surface Coils on the Electrical Properties of the Sample and the MR Operating Frequency
Vaidya, Manushka V; Collins, Christopher M; Sodickson, Daniel K; Brown, Ryan; Wiggins, Graham C; Lattanzi, Riccardo. Dependence of B-1(+) and B-1(-) Field Patterns of Surface Coils on the Electrical Properties of the Sample and the MR Operating Frequency. Concepts in magnetic resonance. Part B, Magnetic resonance engineering. 2016 FEB;46(1):25-40 (2090812)

Predicting long-term temperature increase for time-dependent SAR levels with a single short-term temperature response
Carluccio, Giuseppe; Bruno, Mary; Collins, Christopher M. Predicting long-term temperature increase for time-dependent SAR levels with a single short-term temperature response. Magnetic resonance in medicine. 2015 Jun 22;75(5):2195-2203 (1640792)

Safe for Generations to Come
Wu, Ting; Rappaport, Theodore S; Collins, Christopher M. Safe for Generations to Come. IEEE microwave magazine. 2015 Feb 5;16(2):65-84 (1919272)

Complex difference constrained compressed sensing reconstruction for accelerated PRF thermometry with application to MRI-induced RF heating
Cao, Zhipeng; Oh, Sukhoon; Otazo, Ricardo; Sica, Christopher T; Griswold, Mark A; Collins, Christopher M. Complex difference constrained compressed sensing reconstruction for accelerated PRF thermometry with application to MRI-induced RF heating. Magnetic resonance in medicine. 2014 Apr 21;73(4):1420-1431 (1522922)