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Prof Graeme Jackson

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Professor Graeme Jackson is a clinician researcher with primary interests in MR imaging technologies applied to the human brain and the neurobiology of epilepsy. He is a Neurologist at the Austin Hospital, Melbourne, Deputy Director of The Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health, and the founder and Director of the Brain Research Institute, which amalgamated with the Mental Health Research Institute, the Howard Florey Institute and the National Stroke Research Institute to form the current Florey. The Austin campus of the Florey has two fully research dedicated 3T MR systems and physics support largely dedicated to neurobiological problems in epilepsy and Stroke. Ten of his 250 plus papers have been cited more than 200 times, and deal with diagnosing and understanding hippocampal sclerosis, the functional neurobiology of epileptiform events and malformations of cortical development. Career citations exceed 15000.

 

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Research Papers

Listed below are Prof Graeme Jackson's most recent publications.

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Familial epilepsy with anterior polymicrogyria as a presentation of COL18A1 mutations

Journal

European Journal Of Medical Genetics

Volume

60

Begin Page

437

Date

1/8/2017

Author(s)

Mark A Corbett, Samantha J Turner, Alison Gardner, Jeremy Silver, Jim Stankovich, Richard J Leventer, Christopher P Derry, Renee Carroll, Thuong Ha, Ingrid E Scheffer, Melanie Bahlo, Graeme D Jackson, David A Mackey, Samuel F Berkovic, Jozef Gecz
Structural MRI markers of brain aging early after ischemic stroke

Journal

Neurology

Volume

89

Begin Page

116

Date

11/7/2017

Author(s)

Emilio Werden, Toby Cumming, Qi Li, Laura Bird, Michele Veldsman, Heath R Pardoe, Graeme Jackson, Geoffrey A Donnan, Amy Brodtmann
The dynamics of functional connectivity in neocortical focal epilepsy

Journal

Neuroimage: Clinical

Volume

15

Begin Page

209

Date

1/1/2017

Author(s)

M Pedersen, A Omidvarnia, EK Curwood, JM Walz, G Rayner, GD Jackson
Hierarchical disruption in the Bayesian brain: Focal epilepsy and brain networks

Journal

Neuroimage: Clinical

Volume

15

Begin Page

682

Date

1/1/2017

Author(s)

A Omidvarnia, M Pedersen, RE Rosch, KJ Friston, GD Jackson
Dynamic coupling between fMRI local connectivity and interictal EEG in focal epilepsy: A wavelet analysis approach.

Journal

Hum Brain Mapp

Volume

Not Found

Begin Page

682

Date

24/7/2017

Author(s)

Amir Omidvarnia, Mangor Pedersen, David N Vaughan, Jennifer M Walz, David F Abbott, Andrew Zalesky, Graeme D Jackson
The diminishing dominance of the dominant hemisphere: Language fMRI in focal epilepsy

Journal

Neuroimage-clinical

Volume

14

Begin Page

141

Date

1/1/2017

Author(s)

Chris Tailby, David F Abbott, Graeme D Jackson
Spatiotemporal mapping of epileptic spikes using simultaneous EEG-functional MRI

Journal

Brain

Volume

140

Begin Page

998

Date

1/4/2017

Author(s)

Jennifer M Walz, Mangor Pedersen, Amir Omidvarnia, Mira Semmelroch, Graeme D Jackson
Reply: Transcranial magnetic stimulation as a biomarker for epilepsy

Journal

Brain

Volume

140

Begin Page

Date

1/3/2017

Author(s)

Radwa AB Badawy, Richard AL Macdonell, Samuel F Berkovic, Simon J Vogrin, Graeme D Jackson, Mark J Cook
The spatiotemporal substrates of autobiographical recollection: Using event-related ICA to study cognitive networks in action

Journal

Neuroimage

Volume

152

Begin Page

237

Date

15/5/2017

Author(s)

Chris Tailby, Genevieve Rayner, Sarah Wilson, Graeme Jackson
Cognitive network reorganization following surgical control of seizures in Lennox-Gastaut syndrome

Journal

Epilepsia

Volume

58

Begin Page

e75

Date

1/5/2017

Author(s)

Aaron EL Warren, A Simon Harvey, David F Abbott, Simon J Vogrin, Catherine Bailey, Andrew Davidson, Graeme D Jackson, John S Archer
Author response: Mechanisms of memory impairment in epilepsy depend on age at disease onset

Journal

Neurology

Volume

88

Begin Page

1483

Date

11/4/2017

Author(s)

G Rayner, GD Jackson, SJ Wilson
How small can the epileptogenic region be? A case in point

Journal

Neurology

Volume

88

Begin Page

2017

Date

23/5/2017

Author(s)

Graeme D Jackson, Mangor Pedersen, A Simon Harvey
Amygdala enlargement: Temporal lobe epilepsy subtype or nonspecific finding?

Journal

Epilepsy Research

Volume

132

Begin Page

34

Date

1/5/2017

Author(s)

Anny Reyes, Thomas Thesen, Ruben Kuzniecky, Orrin Devinsky, Carrie R McDonald, Graeme D Jackson, David N Vaughan, Karen Blackmon
Tract-specific atrophy in focal epilepsy: Disease, genetics, or seizures?

Journal

Annals Of Neurology

Volume

81

Begin Page

240

Date

1/2/2017

Author(s)

David N Vaughan, David Raffelt, Evan Curwood, Meng-Han Tsai, Jacques-Donald Tournier, Alan Connelly, Graeme D Jackson
Investigating white matter fibre density and morphology using fixel-based analysis

Journal

Neuroimage

Volume

144

Begin Page

58

Date

1/1/2017

Author(s)

David A Raffelt, J-Donald Tournier, Robert E Smith, David N Vaughan, Graeme Jackson, Gerard R Ridgway, Alan Connelly
ABNORMAL NEUROVASCULAR COUPLING DURING STATUS EPILEPTICUS MIGRAINOSUS IN STURGE-WEBER SYNDROME

Journal

Neurology

Volume

88

Begin Page

209

Date

10/1/2017

Author(s)

Moksh Sethi, Magdalena A Kowalczyk, Linda J Dalic, John S Archer, Graeme D Jackson

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Qualifications

Listed below are Prof Graeme Jackson's qualifications.
  • FRACP (Royal Australasian College of Physicians)
  • MD (Monash University)
  • MB.BS (Monash University)
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology (Monash University)

Awards

Listed below are Prof Graeme Jackson's awards.
  • American Epilepsy Society (AES) Research Recognition Award, Clinical Science (2016)
  • Gayle G. Arnold Award for the Best Scientific Paper (2010)
  • Achievement Award for Highest Ranked Program Grant of the NHMRC (2010)
  • American Epilepsy Society (AES) Research Recognition Award Finalist (2009)