Publikationen von Evgeniya Kirilina

Poster (12)

Attar, F. M.; Kirilina, E.; Haenelt, D.; Trampel, R.; Edwards, L.; Pine, K.; Weiskopf, N.: Mapping visual field specific short V1–V2 connections using high resolution dMRI and fMRI. 25th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Rome, Italy (2019)
Müller, R.; Lenich, T.; Kirilina, E.; Möller, H. E.: Application of an RF current mirror for MRI transmit coils. ISMRM 27th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Montreal, QC, Canada (2019)
Eichner, C.; Mildner, T.; Paquette, M.; Schlumm, T.; Crockford, C.; Wittig, R. M.; Kirilina, E.; Jäger, C.; Möller, H. E.; Weiskopf, N. et al.; Friederici, A. D.; Anwander, A.: Multi-echo segmented diffusion-weighted MRI for ex-vivo whole-brain measurements with 300mT/m gradients. 27th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), Montreal, Canada (2019)
Khalil, A.; Kirilina, E.; Nierhaus, T.; Villringer, K.; Villringer, A.; Fiebach, J.: Independent component analysis of resting-state hemodynamics in acute stroke: A new approach for identifying hypoperfusion. ESMRMB 2016 Congress, Vienna, Austria (2016)
Kirilina, E.; Morawski, M.; Reimann, K.; Dinse, J.; Bazin, P.-L.; Geyer, S.; Trampel, R.; Müller, L.; Jankuhn, S.; Deistung, A. et al.; Weiskopf, N.: Imaging subcortical white matter by high resolution 7 T MRI in vivo: Towards potential u-fiber density mapping in humans. Toward a Super-Big Brain: Promisses and Pitfalls of Microstructural Imaging, Montréal, QC, Canada (2016)
Kirilina, E.; Morawski, M.; Reimann, K.; Müller, L.; Jakubowski, N.; Jankuhn, S.; Weiskopf, N.: More then simply iron: Macro- to microscopic cellular iron distribution in the brain determines MR contrast. Toward a Super-Big Brain: Promisses and Pitfalls of Microstructural Imaging, Montréal, QC, Canada (2016)

Lehrmaterial (1)

Brammerloh, M.; Mueller, K.; Schmidt, J.; Lorenz, R.; Lipp, I.; Chaimow, D.; Eichner, C.; Kirilina, E.; Scherf, N.: Neuroimaging physics and signal processing: Basic MR acquisition & data analysis. Vorlesung: IMPRS NeuroCom Lecture Series, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany, 04. Oktober 2021 - 07. Oktober 2021

Preprint (1)

Thierbach, K.; Bazin, P.-L.; De Back , W.; Gavriilidis, F.; Kirilina, E.; Jäger, C.; Morawski, M.; Geyer, S.; Weiskopf, N.; Scherf, N.: Combining deep learning and active contours opens the way to robust, automated analysis of brain cytoarchitectonics. (2018)
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