Christopher M Collins

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Christopher Collins

Professor, Department of 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

Research Keywords

imaging

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. 2016 May;75(5):2195-2203 (1640792)

Effects of Anatomical Differences on Electromagnetic Fields, SAR, and Temperature Change
Alon, Leeor; Deniz, Cem Murat; 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 01;46(1):8-18 (2101092)

Dependence of B1+ and B1- 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 B1+ and B1- 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 (2296462)

Electromagnetic modelling
Collins, C M; Webb, A G; Paska, J. Electromagnetic modelling. New developments in NMR. 2016 ;2016-January(7):331-377 (2167432)

Numerical evaluation of image homogeneity, signal-to-noise ratio, and specific absorption rate for human brain imaging at 1.5, 3, 7, 10.5, and 14T in an 8-channel transmit/receive array
Cao, Zhipeng; Park, Joshua; Cho, Zang-Hee; Collins, Christopher M. Numerical evaluation of image homogeneity, signal-to-noise ratio, and specific absorption rate for human brain imaging at 1.5, 3, 7, 10.5, and 14T in an 8-channel transmit/receive array. Journal of magnetic resonance imaging. 2015 May;41(5):1432-1439 (1579772)