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Dr Thijs Dhollander (PhD)

Post Doctoral Fellow — Imaging

More information and publications can be found on my ResearchGate profile:
http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Thijs_Dhollander .

 

I tweet as @ThijsDhollander .  Here's my public Twitter profile:
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Research Papers

Listed below are Dr Thijs Dhollander's most recent publications.


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Apparent fiber density: A novel method to detect axonal degeneration in patients with MS

Journal

Multiple Sclerosis Journal

Volume

22

Begin Page

212

Date

1/9/N/A

Author(s)

S Gajamange, D Raffelt, T Dhollander, A Shelton, O White, T Kilpatrick, A Connelly, J Fielding, S Kolbe
White matter alterations at pubertal onset

Journal

Neuroimage

Volume

156

Begin Page

286

Date

1/8/N/A

Author(s)

Sila Genc, Marc L Seal, Thijs Dhollander, Charles B Malpas, Philip Hazell, Timothy J Silk
Multi-tissue constrained spherical deconvolution for improved analysis of multi-shell diffusion MRI data

Journal

Neuroimage

Volume

103

Begin Page

411

Date

1/12/N/A

Author(s)

Ben Jeurissen, Jacques-Donald Tournier, Thijs Dhollander, Alan Connelly, Jan Sijbers

Awards

Listed below are Dr Thijs Dhollander's awards.
  • May 2016: Junior Fellow of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
  • May 2016: Magna Cum Laude Merit Award (top 15% of abstracts) for "A novel iterative approach to reap the benefits of multi-tissue CSD from just single-shell (+b=0) diffusion MRI data." (24th annual meeting of the ISMRM; Singapore)
  • Jul 2015: 1st place (peer reviewed by audience) for elevator pitch "Directionally Encoded Colour maps + anatomy, by panchromatic sharpening." (Florey Postdoctoral Association conference; Melbourne, Australia)
  • Jun 2015: Summa Cum Laude Merit Award (top 3% of abstracts) for "Time to move on: an FOD-based DEC map to replace DTI's trademark DEC FA." (23rd annual meeting of the ISMRM; Toronto, Canada)
  • Jun 2015: Magna Cum Laude Merit Award (top 15% of abstracts) for "Panchromatic sharpening of FOD-based DEC maps by structural T1 information." (23rd annual meeting of the ISMRM; Toronto, Canada)
  • Jun 2015: 1 of 6 abstracts (of more than 6000 submissions) hand-picked for oral presentation in "Focused Discussion" session; "Panchromatic sharpening of FOD-based DEC maps by structural T1 information." (23rd annual meeting of the ISMRM; Toronto, Canada)
  • Apr 2013: Summa Cum Laude Merit Award (top 3% of abstracts) for “Robustifying Probabilistic Tractography by using Track Orientation Distributions.” (21st annual meeting of the ISMRM; Salt Lake City, United States)
  • Oct 2012: Certificate of Merit Award (top 10 of abstracts) for “How reliable are findings from Track Density Imaging?” (29th annual meeting of the ESMRMB; Lisbon, Portugal)
  • May 2012: Summa Cum Laude Merit Award (top 3% of abstracts) for “Track- density Imaging & Noise: when Super-resolution Quality does not yield Accuracy.” (20th annual meeting of the ISMRM; Melbourne, Australia)
  • May 2012: Nominated for the Diffusion Study Group Traditional Poster Award (top 4) for “Track-density Imaging & Noise: when Super- resolution Quality does not yield Accuracy.” (20th annual meeting of the ISMRM; Melbourne, Australia)
  • Jan 2012: Nominated for the Best Poster Award (top 8) for “Track-density Imaging + Noise: when Super-resolution Quality does not yield Accuracy.” (4th annual meeting of the ISMRM Benelux Chapter; Leuven, Belgium)
  • Jan 2011: Best Presentation Award (1st place) for “Constructing a Hybrid Diffusion Imaging Atlas in Q-space.” (3rd annual meeting of the ISMRM Benelux Chapter; Hoeven, Netherlands)