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Peter vanZijl, Ph.D.

Associated Investigator
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  • Chen L, Soldan A, Oishi K, Faria A, Zhu Y, Albert M, van Zijl PCM, Xu L. Quantitative susceptibility mapping of brain iron and beta-amyloid in MRI and PET relating to cognitive performance in cognitively normal older adults. Radiology. 2021; 298:353-362.
  • Chen L, Wei Z, Chan KW, Cai S, Liu G, Lu H, Wong PC, van Zijl P, Li T, Xu J. Protein aggregation linked to Alzheimer’s disease revealed by saturation transfer MRI. Neuroimage 2019; 188: 380-390.
  • van Bergen J, Li X, Quevenco F, Gietl A, Treyer V, Leh S, Meyer R, Buck A, Kaufman P, Nitsch R, van Zijl PC, Hock C, Unschuld P. Low cortical iron and high entorhinal cortex volume promote cognitive functioning in the oldest old. Neurobiol Aging 2018: 64: 68-75.
  • van Bergen JM, Li X, Hua J, Schreiner SJ, Steininger SC, Quevenco FC, Wyss M, Gietl AF, Treyer V, Leh SE, Buck F, Nitsch RM, Pruessmann KP, van Zijl PC, Hock C, Unschuld PG. Colocalization of cerebral iron with amyloid beta in mild cognitive impairment. Sci Rep 2016; 6: 35514-35522.
  • Lu H, Hua J, van Zijl P. Noninvasive functional imaging of cerebral blood volume with vascular-space occupancy (VASO) MRI. NMR Biomed 2013; 26: 932-948.