Areas of Interest
The Noll Lab focuses on the data acquisition and processing for imaging brain function using magnetic resonance imaging (functional MRI or fMRI). Projects include the development of rapid image acquisition techniques, post-processing and analysis methods, methods for elimination of movement and other artifacts, characterization and quantification of the fMRI response through physiological modeling, development of systems, and methods for parallel excitation in MRI, and development of image reconstruction methods. As part of the Functional MRI Laboratory, this group collaborates with a broad range of neuroscientists to understand the organization and functioning of the normal and diseased brain and apply the technological advances to quantitative imaging of brain function in a variety of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Recent collaborations include work to use MRI to guide and monitor focused ultrasound therapy (e.g., histotripsy).
Published Articles or Reviews
- Guo, Shouchang; Noll, Douglas C (2020) Oscillating steady‐state imaging (OSSI): A novel method for functional MRI, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 10.1002/mrm.28414, 85, 2, (936-944)
- Hernandez‐Garcia, Luis; Nielsen, Jon‐Fredrik; Noll, Douglas C (2019) Improved sensitivity and temporal resolution in perfusion FMRI using velocity selective inversion ASL, Magnetic resonance in medicine Vol. 81, Issue 2 (1004-1015).
- Nielsen, Jon‐Fredrik; Noll, Douglas C. (2018) TOPPE: A framework for rapid prototyping of MR pulse sequences, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 79:3128–3134.