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Jason Hsu, PhD

Title(s)Professional Researcher, Neurology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address675 Nelson Rising Lane
San Francisco CA 94158
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences


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    1. Mitigation of susceptibility-induced signal loss in neuroimaging using localized shim coils. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 53, 243–248 (2005). J.-J. Hsu; G. H. Glover..
    2. Detection of free chloride in concrete by NMR. Cement and Concrete Research 34, 379–390 (2004). H. Yun; M. E. Patton; J. H. Garrett; G. K. Fedder; K. M. Frederick; J.-J. Hsu; I. J. Lowe; I. J. Oppenheim; P. J. Sides..
    3. 4Po series of lithium. Physical Review A 49, 4466–4472 (1994). J.-J. Hsu; K. T. Chung; K.-N. Huang..
    4. Rapid MRI method for mapping the longitudinal relaxation time. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 181, 98–106 (2006). J.-J. Hsu; G. H. Glover..
    5. Binding energy and Auger electron energies of 1s2s2p3 6So of the beryllium anion. Journal of Physics B 28, L649–L653 (1995). J.-J. Hsu; K. T. Chung..
    6. Rapid methods for concurrent measurement of the RF-pulse flip angle and the longitudinal relaxation time. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 61, 1319–1325 (2009). J.-J. Hsu; G. Zaharchuk; G. H. Glover..
    7. Encoding to the longitudinal magnetization for MR imaging and flow velocity mapping. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 183, 41–49 (2006). J.-J. Hsu; I. J. Lowe..
    8. Spin–lattice relaxation and a fast T1-map acquisition method in MRI with transient-state magnetization. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 169, 270–278 (2004). J.-J. Hsu; I. J. Lowe..
    9. Modulation of subgenual anterior cingulate cortex activity with real-time neurofeedback. Human Brain Mapping 32, 22–31 (2011). J. P. Hamilton; G. H. Glover; J.-J. Hsu; R. F. Johnson; I. H. Gotlib..
    10. Signal recovery in free induction decay imaging using a stimulated spin echo. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 47, 409–414 (2002). J.-J. Hsu; I. J. Lowe..
    11. Electron affinities of 1s22s2p 3Po and 1s22p2 3P of beryllium. Physical Review A 52, R898–R901 (1995). J.-J. Hsu; K. T. Chung..
    12. Term values of 1s2s2p 4Po for lithiumlike ions. Physical Review A 44, 5485–5491 (1991). J.-J. Hsu; K. T. Chung; K.-N. Huang..
    13. Optimizing saturation–recovery measurements of the longitudinal relaxation rate under time constraints. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 62, 1202–1210 (2009). J.-J. Hsu; G. H. Glover; G. Zaharchuk..