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Prof Alan Connelly PhD

Division Head — Imaging

Professor Alan Connelly is Head of Imaging at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health in Melbourne, and leads the Advanced MRI Development Group at the Florey. He is an MRI development physicist whose work has encompassed a range of MR methods, with current focus primarily on diffusion and perfusion MRI and their application to the investigation of both clinical and neuroscience problems.

His research group is internationally recognised as leaders in the field of diffusion MRI, and has developed novel methods to identify and characterise the complex white matter fibre connections in the brain. This group developed and freely distribute the MRtrix software package, which is widely used internationally for advanced processing of diffusion MRI data. 

The MRI method innovations that Connelly has led have given rise to a series of seminal, highly cited research papers that have been influential in both technical and clinical centres internationally.

Research Papers

Listed below are Prof Alan Connelly's most recent publications.

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Magnetic resonance imaging of the upper airway in patients with quadriplegia and obstructive sleep apnea.

Journal

J Sleep Res

Volume

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Begin Page

Date

30/10/N/A

Author(s)

Fergal J O'donoghue, Hailey Meaklim, Lynne Bilston, Alice Hatt, Alan Connelly, Graeme Jackson, Shawna Farquharson, Kate Sutherland, Peter A Cistulli, Douglas J Brown, David J Berlowitz
A MULTIMODAL NEUROIMAGING STUDY OF PSYCHOSIS OF EPILEPSY (POE)

Journal

Epilepsia

Volume

58

Begin Page

S66

Date

1/12/N/A

Author(s)

J Allebone, R Kanaan, D Parker, D Vaughan, T O'Brien, S Mullen, M Cook, S Adams, S Voigrin, P Kwan, S Berkovic, W D'Souza, D Velakoulis, G Jackson, A Connelly, SJ Wilson
Extending the Time for Thombolysis in Emergency Neurological Deficits (EXTEND) - High Prevalence of Intracranial Vessel Occlusion in Wake-up-stroke Patients

Journal

Stroke

Volume

47

Begin Page

Date

1/2/N/A

Author(s)

Henry Ma, Bruce C Campbell, Mark W Parsons, Christopher Levi, Atte Meretoja, Leonid Churilov, Soren Christensen, Nawaf Yassi, Bernard Yan, Peter Mitchell, Gagan Sharma, Alan Connelly, Leeane Carey, David Howells, Ronil Chandra, Chung Y Hsu, Stephen M Davis, Geoffrey A Donnan
Fibre-specific white matter reductions in Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment

Journal

Brain

Volume

141

Begin Page

888

Date

1/3/N/A

Author(s)

Remika Mito, David Raffelt, Thijs Dhollander, David N Vaughan, J-Donald Tournier, Olivier Salvado, Amy Brodtmann, Christopher C Rowe, Victor L Villemagne, Alan Connelly
Magnetic Resonance Perfusion and Motor Outcome of Chronic Stroke in Childhood

Journal

Annals Of Neurology

Volume

66

Begin Page

S147

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

AL Gordon, A Connelly, F Calamante, A Waldeman, TC Cox, FJ Kirkham
Cerebral perfusion, cerebrovascular disease, and hematology in sickle cell disease: A longitudinal study

Journal

Annals Of Neurology

Volume

54

Begin Page

S138

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

M Prengler, F Calamante, D Saunders, J Perthen, WK Chong, J Evans, A Yardumian, P Telfer, S Davies, A Robins, A Connelly, FJ Kirkham
EEG findings in patients with hippocampal atrophy

Journal

Neurology

Volume

50

Begin Page

1515

Date

1/5/N/A

Author(s)

W Van Paesschen, A Connelly, JS Duncan
A direct test for lateralisation of language activation using fMRI: comparison with the Wada Test

Journal

Neuroimage

Volume

13

Begin Page

S500

Date

1/6/N/A

Author(s)

T Baldeweg, F Liegeois, C Salmond, F Vargha-Khadem, V Holloway, D Gadian, A Connelly
Cortical representation of language studied with event related potentials (ERPS) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)

Journal

Journal Of Cognitive Neuroscience

Volume

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Begin Page

89

Date

1/4/N/A

Author(s)

A Rowan, F Liegeois, F Vargha-Khadem, D Gadian, A Connelly, T Baldeweg
Language organisation in children after unilateral brain damage and hemispherectomy: An fMRI study

Journal

Journal Of Cognitive Neuroscience

Volume

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Begin Page

99

Date

1/4/N/A

Author(s)

F Liegeois, F Vargha-Khadem, D Gadian, T Baldeweg, A Connelly
EEG-fMRI in children with pharmacoresistant focal epilepsy

Journal

Epilepsia

Volume

48

Begin Page

133

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

J Cross, H Laufs, S Boyd, W Harkness, P Allen, C Clark, A Connelly, X De Tiege
Modified constraint-induced movement therapy after childhood stroke

Journal

Developmental Medicine And Child Neurology

Volume

48

Begin Page

40

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

A Gordon, A Connelly, B Neville, F Vargha-Khadem, N Jessop, T Murphy, V Ganesan
Nocturnal hypoxemia and intracranial vessel turbulence on magnetic resonance angiography in children with sickle cell disease

Journal

British Journal Of Haematology

Volume

137

Begin Page

70

Date

1/4/N/A

Author(s)

N Dlamini, DK Hewes, M Bynevelt, JPM Evans, TC Cox, A Connelly, R Liesner, FJ Kirkham
Nocturnal hypoxemia and intracranial vessel turbulence on magnetic resonance angiography in children with sickle cell disease

Journal

Stroke

Volume

33

Begin Page

345

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

FJ Kirkham, M Bynevelt, DK Hewes, JP Evans, TC Cox, A Connelly
CORRELATION OF 1H MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY (MRS) WITH NEUROPSYCHOLOGY IN CHILDREN WITH INTRACTABLE EPILEPSY

Journal

Journal Of Clinical And Experimental Neuropsychology

Volume

14

Begin Page

371

Date

1/6/N/A

Author(s)

A CONNELLY, DG GADIAN, F VARGHAKHADEM, F KIRKHAM, JH CROSS
The amygdala and temporal lobe simple partial seizures: A prospective and quantitative MRI study.

Journal

Epilepsia

Volume

40

Begin Page

3

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

W Van Paesschen, MD King, JS Duncan, A Connelly
Delay and dispersion effects in dynamic susceptibility contrast MRI: Simulations using singular value decomposition

Journal

Magnetic Resonance In Medicine

Volume

44

Begin Page

466

Date

1/9/N/A

Author(s)

F Calamante, DG Gadian, A Connelly
CHLORINE-35 NUCLEAR-QUADRUPOLE RESONANCE STUDIES OF SOME 6-MEMBERED RING-SYSTEMS CONTAINING NITROGEN, SULFUR, AND-OR PHOSPHORUS - ALPHA-(NSCIO)3, CIS-(NSCIO)2(NPCL2), AND (NSCIO)(NPCL2)2

Journal

Journal Of The Chemical Society-dalton Transactions

Volume

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Begin Page

1012

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

A CONNELLY, P HARKINS, AL PORTE, RA SHAW, JC VANDEGRAMPEL
SELECTIVE RIGHT MESIOTEMPORAL LESION AND SUPRASPAN SPATIAL-LEARNING IN CHILDHOOD

Journal

Journal Of Clinical And Experimental Neuropsychology

Volume

14

Begin Page

371

Date

1/6/N/A

Author(s)

AI DELLAROCCHETTA, F VARGHAKHADEM, A CONNELLY, C POLKEY
CHLORINE-35 NUCLEAR-QUADRUPOLE RESONANCE STUDIES OF SOME CHLOROCYCLOTRIPHOSPHAZATRIENES

Journal

Journal Of Magnetic Resonance

Volume

30

Begin Page

439

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

A CONNELLY, WH DALGLEISH, P HARKINS, R KEAT, AL PORTE, I RAITT, RA SHAW
Magnetic resonance imaging findings within 5 days of status epilepticus in childhood (vol 125, pg 1951, 2002)

Journal

Brain

Volume

125

Begin Page

2792

Date

1/12/N/A

Author(s)

RC Scott, DG Gadian, MD King, WK Chong, TC Cox, BGR Neville, A Connelly
Improving detection of structural brain abnormality in children with intractable extra-temporal epilepsy

Journal

Developmental Medicine And Child Neurology

Volume

48

Begin Page

34

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

CI Riney, A Connelly, JH Cross
PREINVERSION T2-WEIGHTED IMAGING OF THE BRAIN

Journal

Radiology

Volume

185

Begin Page

158

Date

1/11/N/A

Author(s)

JP FINN, HP MOTTLE, A CONNELLY, Z QIAN, JN SOUJANEN
CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL CORRELATIONS OF AMYGDALA T2 MAPPING

Journal

Epilepsia

Volume

36

Begin Page

S247

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

WIM VANPAESSCHEN, A CONNELLY, CL JOHNSON, JS DUNCAN
Hippocampal T2 relaxation time within 48 hours of status epilepticus.

Journal

Epilepsia

Volume

40

Begin Page

171

Date

1/1/N/A

Author(s)

R Scott, D Gadian, B Neville, A Connelly

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Qualifications

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  • PhD