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Journal Publications Using DSI Studio

Top 20 DSI Studio Citing Journals by Numbers of Publications

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How to cite DSI Studio in journal publication?


I would suggest citing the method you used in your publication (e.g. reconstruction method or tracking algorithm) and mentioning that the data were analyzed using DSI Studio (http://dsi-studio.labsolver.org). For example:

Generalized q-sampling imaging (GQI)
GQI is a model-free method that calculates the orientational distribution of the density of diffusing water.
Yeh, Fang-Cheng, Van Jay Wedeen, and Wen-Yih Isaac Tseng, "Generalized-sampling imaging."Medical Imaging, IEEE Transactions on 29.9 (2010): 1626-1635.
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Q-space diffeormophic reconstruction (QSDR)
QSDR is a model-free method that calculates the orientational distribution of the density of diffusing water in a standard space.
Yeh, Fang-Cheng, and Wen-Yih Isaac Tseng, "NTU-90: a high angular resolution brain atlas constructed by q-space diffeomorphic reconstruction." Neuroimage 58.1 (2011): 91-99. [pdf]

Restricted diffusion imaging (RDI)
RDI is a model-free method that calculates the density of diffusing spins restricted within a given displacement distance.
Yeh, Fang-Cheng, Li Liu, T. Kevin Hitchens, and Yijen L. Wu, "Mapping Immune Cell Infiltration Using Restricted Diffusion MRI", Magn Reson Med. accepted, (2016) [pdf]

Deterministic tracking algorithm
The fiber tracking algorithm implemented in DSI Studio is a generalized version of the deterministic tracking algorithm that uses quantitative anisotropy as the termination index.
Yeh, Fang-Cheng, et al. "Deterministic diffusion fiber tracking improved by quantitative anisotropy." (2013): e80713. PLoS ONE 8(11): e80713. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0080713 [link]

Group connectometry
Group connectometry is atlas-based analysis method that tracks association/correlation/group difference along major fiber pathways and statistically tests the findings using false discovery rate.
Yeh, Fang-Cheng, David Badre, and Timothy Verstynen. "Connectometry: A statistical approach harnessing the analytical potential of the local connectome." NeuroImage 125 (2016): 162-171. [pdf]

Individual connectometry
Individual connectometry is atlas-based analysis method that tracks the deviant pathways of one individual (e.g. a patient) by comparing subject's data with a normal population.
Yeh, Fang-Cheng, Pei-Fang Tang, and Wen-Yih Isaac Tseng. "Diffusion MRI connectometry automatically reveals affected fiber pathways in individuals with chronic stroke." NeuroImage: Clinical 2 (2013): 912-921. [link]

Complete list of journal publications using DSI Studio



Media coverage

November 9, 2012
CBS Pittsburgh

March 2, 2012
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

November 1, 2014
The Scientist Magazine®

August 03, 2015e
Discover Magazine

Researchers Can Now 'Fingerprint' the Human Brain
November 18, 2016
PC Magazine

Human Brain Found to Have Fingerprint! Unique Neural Connections Proven
November 17, 2016
Nature World News

Your brain ‘fingerprint’ is unique enough to ID you
November 16, 2016
futurity.org

Researchers develop way to 'fingerprint' the brain
November 15, 2016
medicalexpress.com

Laboratories using DSI Studio

If you would like to have your lab added/removed, please let me know (frank.yeh@gmail.com)
1. Advanced Biomedical MRI Lab at National Taiwan University Hospital (http://abmri.mc.ntu.edu.tw/)
2. CoAx Lab at Carnegie Mellon University (http://www.psy.cmu.edu/~coaxlab/)
3. Lab of Neurocognitive Development of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (https://lncd.pitt.edu/wp/)
4. Brain Body Stress Lab at University of Pittsburgh (http://brainbodystress.pitt.edu/)
5. Walt Schneider Lab at University of Pittsburgh (http://www.lrdc.pitt.edu/schneiderlab/)
6. Action Lab at University of California Santa Barbara (https://labs.psych.ucsb.edu/grafton/scott/index.html)
7. NeuroImaging Network (NIN), Universal Scientific Education and Research Network (USERN), Tehran, Iran (http://usern.tums.ac.ir/Group/Info/NIN)
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