Matthew Charles Diamond

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Matthew Diamond

Clinical Instructor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

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646/450-3223


Early knee changes in dancers identified by ultra-high-field 7 T MRI
Chang, G; Diamond, M; Nevsky, G; Regatte, R R; Weiss, D S. Early knee changes in dancers identified by ultra-high-field 7 T MRI. Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports. 2014 Aug;24(4):678-682 (212562)

Micro-finite element analysis applied to high-resolution MRI reveals improved bone mechanical competence in the distal femur of female pre-professional dancers
Chang, G; Rajapakse, C S; Diamond, M; Honig, S; Recht, M P; Weiss, D S; Regatte, R R. Micro-finite element analysis applied to high-resolution MRI reveals improved bone mechanical competence in the distal femur of female pre-professional dancers. Osteoporosis international. 2013 Apr;24(4):1407-1417 (176417)

Mobile Health: Exploring Attitudes Among Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians Toward this Emerging Element of Health Delivery
Elwood, Douglas; Diamond, Matthew C; Heckman, Jeffrey; Bonder, Jaclyn H; Beltran, Jacqueline E; Moroz, Alex; Yip, Jeffrey. Mobile Health: Exploring Attitudes Among Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians Toward this Emerging Element of Health Delivery [Editorial]. PM&R. 2011 Jul;3(7):678-680 (135578)

Identification of putative functional domains of human trefoil factor family-3 (TFF3)
Diamond, Matthew; Bao, Xiuliang; Weinstein, Harel; Werther, Lawrence; Itzkowitz, Steven H. Identification of putative functional domains of human trefoil factor family-3 (TFF3) [Meeting Abstract]. Gastroenterology. 2008 APR;134(4):A747-A747 (1685422)

Trefoil factor family-1 mutations enhance gastric cancer cell invasion through distinct signaling pathways
Yio, Xianyang; Diamond, Matthew; Zhang, Jie-Yu; Weinstein, Harel; Wang, Lu-Hai; Werther, Lawrence; Itzkowitz, Steven. Trefoil factor family-1 mutations enhance gastric cancer cell invasion through distinct signaling pathways. Gastroenterology. 2006 May;130(6):1696-1706 (714302)