Assistant Professor, Physics
Co-op Director, Physics
Dr. Gauthier completed her PhD investigating cerebral physiology in healthy ageing using quantitative fMRI under the supervision of Richard Hoge at the University of Montreal. After a postdoctoral position at the Max-Planck Institute in Leipzig, Claudine joined Concordia University as an Assistant Professor.
- Cerebral metabolic and vascular imaging
- The impact of ageing and lifestyle on the brain
- Functional MRI BOLD signal modelling
- Quantitative imaging of plasticity
Krieger S.N, Ivanov D, Huber L., Roggenhofer E., Sehm B, Turner R., Egan G.F. , Gauthier C.J. (2014) Using carbogen for calibrated fMRI at 7 Tesla: comparison of direct and modelled estimation of the M parameter, NeuroImage, 84:605-14.
Gauthier C.J., Madjar C., Desjardins-Crépeau L., Bellec P., Bherer L., Hoge R.D. (2013) Age dependence of hemodynamic response characteristics in human functional magnetic resonance imaging, Neurobiology of Aging, 34(5): 1469-85.
Gauthier C.J., Desjardins-Crépeau L., Madjar C., Bherer L., Hoge R.D. (2012) Absolute quantification of resting oxygen metabolism and metabolic reactivity during functional activation using QUO2 MRI, NeuroImage, 63(3): 13531363
Gauthier C.J., Hoge R.D. (2012) Magnetic resonance imaging of resting OEF and CMRO2 using a generalized calibration model for hypercapnia and hyperoxia, NeuroImage, 60(2): 12121225
Gauthier C.J., Hoge R.D. (2012) A generalized procedure for calibrated MRI incorporating hyperoxia and hypercapnia. Human Brain Mapping, 34(5):1053-69.
Gauthier C.J., Madjar C., Tancredi F.B., Stefanovic B., Hoge R.D. (2011) Elimination of visually evoked BOLD responses during carbogen inhalation: Implications for calibrated MRI. NeuroImage 54(2):1011-11.
- Quantitative MRI of cerebrovascular and microstructural health in cardiovascular diseases
- Investigating the effects of aerobic exercise and cognitive interventions on brain function and cognition in older adults
- Developing quantitative susceptibility mapping methods to estimate oxygen extraction fraction in the venous vasculature
- Investigating motor plasticity in the healthy brain using quantitative fMRI