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Claudine Gauthier, PhD

Associate Professor, Physics
Co-op Director, Physics

Claudine Gauthier, PhD

Research interests

Cerebral metabolic and vascular imaging
The impact of aging and lifestyle on the brain
Functional MRI BOLD signal modeling
Quantitative imaging of plasticity

Selected publications

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.

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