Yogesh Rathi
Yogesh Rathi
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Verified email at bwh.harvard.edu - Homepage
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A review of magnetic resonance imaging and diffusion tensor imaging findings in mild traumatic brain injury
ME Shenton, HM Hamoda, JS Schneiderman, S Bouix, O Pasternak, ...
Brain imaging and behavior 6 (2), 137-192, 2012
Image segmentation using active contours driven by the Bhattacharyya gradient flow
O Michailovich, Y Rathi, A Tannenbaum
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 16 (11), 2787-2801, 2007
Tracking deforming objects using particle filtering for geometric active contours
Y Rathi, N Vaswani, A Tannenbaum, A Yezzi
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 29 (8), 1470-1475, 2007
Filtered multitensor tractography
JG Malcolm, ME Shenton, Y Rathi
IEEE transactions on medical imaging 29 (9), 1664-1675, 2010
Spatially regularized compressed sensing for high angular resolution diffusion imaging
O Michailovich, Y Rathi, S Dolui
IEEE transactions on medical imaging 30 (5), 1100-1115, 2011
A framework for image segmentation using shape models and kernel space shape priors
S Dambreville, Y Rathi, A Tannenbaum
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 30 (8), 1385-1399, 2008
The white matter query language: a novel approach for describing human white matter anatomy
D Wassermann, N Makris, Y Rathi, M Shenton, R Kikinis, M Kubicki, ...
Brain Structure and Function 221 (9), 4705-4721, 2016
Particle filtering for geometric active contours with application to tracking moving and deforming objects
Y Rathi, N Vaswani, A Tannenbaum, A Yezzi
2005 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern …, 2005
Statistical shape analysis using kernel PCA
Y Rathi, S Dambreville, A Tannenbaum
Image processing: algorithms and systems, neural networks, and machine …, 2006
Graph cut segmentation with nonlinear shape priors
J Malcolm, Y Rathi, A Tannenbaum
2007 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 4, IV-365-IV-368, 2007
High‐resolution in vivo diffusion imaging of the human brain with generalized slice dithered enhanced resolution: Simultaneous multislice (g S lider‐SMS)
K Setsompop, Q Fan, J Stockmann, B Bilgic, S Huang, SF Cauley, ...
Magnetic resonance in medicine 79 (1), 141-151, 2018
A review of neuroimaging findings in repetitive brain trauma
IK Koerte, AP Lin, A Willems, M Muehlmann, J Hufschmidt, MJ Coleman, ...
Brain pathology 25 (3), 318-349, 2015
Limits to anatomical accuracy of diffusion tractography using modern approaches
KG Schilling, V Nath, C Hansen, P Parvathaneni, J Blaber, Y Gao, ...
NeuroImage 185, 1-11, 2019
Increased gray matter diffusion anisotropy in patients with persistent post-concussive symptoms following mild traumatic brain injury
S Bouix, O Pasternak, Y Rathi, PE Pelavin, R Zafonte, ME Shenton
PloS one 8 (6), e66205, 2013
White matter tract abnormalities between rostral middle frontal gyrus, inferior frontal gyrus and striatum in first-episode schizophrenia
M Quan, SH Lee, M Kubicki, Z Kikinis, Y Rathi, LJ Seidman, ...
Schizophrenia research 145 (1-3), 1-10, 2013
Functional consequences of neurite orientation dispersion and density in humans across the adult lifespan
A Nazeri, MM Chakravarty, DJ Rotenberg, TK Rajji, Y Rathi, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (4), 1753-1762, 2015
On approximation of orientation distributions by means of spherical ridgelets
O Michailovich, Y Rathi
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 19 (2), 461-477, 2009
A generic framework for tracking using particle filter with dynamic shape prior
Y Rathi, N Vaswani, A Tannenbaum
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 16 (5), 1370-1382, 2007
Inter-site and inter-scanner diffusion MRI data harmonization
H Mirzaalian, L Ning, P Savadjiev, O Pasternak, S Bouix, O Michailovich, ...
NeuroImage 135, 311-323, 2016
Automated white matter fiber tract identification in patients with brain tumors
LJ O’Donnell, Y Suter, L Rigolo, P Kahali, F Zhang, I Norton, A Albi, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 13, 138-153, 2017
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