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Peter Bandettini CV

CURRICULUM VITAE

Peter Anthony Bandettini

Current Employment:

Chief: Section on Functional Imaging Methods,
Laboratory of Brain and Cognition, NIMH
Director: Functional MRI Facility, NIMH/NINDS
Director: Center for Multimodal Neuroimaging, NIMH

Addresses:

Home Address:
8935 Burning Tree Rd.
Bethesda, MD 20817

Office Address:
Functional MRI Facility
Building 10, Room 1D80b
10 Center Dr. MSC 1148
Bethesda, MD 20892-1148
Phone Numbers: Phone: 301-402-1333
Mobile : 240-938-1610
e-mail: bandettini@nih.gov

Education:

1989 B.S., Physics, Marquette University
1994 Ph.D., Medical College of Wisconsin
Ph.D. Dissertation Title: Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Human Brain Activation using Endogenous Susceptibility Contrast.
Co-advisors: R. Scott Hinks, James, S. Hyde
Postgraduate Training: 1994-96 MGH-NMR Center / Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Supervisors: Bruce Rosen & Jack Belliveau
Other Employment: 1996-98 Assistant Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin, Biophysics Research Institute

Awards, Honors:

1984-88 Marquette University Academic Scholarship.
1984-88 Marquette University Athletic Scholarship.
1987 National Science Foundation Fellowship.
1989 MCW Research Fellowship.
1990 McCahill award for Academic and Athletic Leadership at Marquette University
2001 Wiley/OHBM Young Investigator Award
2001,7,15 NIMH Directors Award
2013 NIMH Outstanding Mentor Award
2015 ISMRM Fellow of the Society

Memberships in Professional Societies:

International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)
Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM)
Society for Neuroscience (SFN)

Professional Activities:

Journal Activity

Editor-in-Chief: NeuroImage (2011-2017)
Associate Editor:
Human Brain Mapping (2003 – 2011)
NeuroImage (2005-2011)
SciTopics (2008-2011)
Editorial Board:
NeuroImage (2000 – 2005)
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2004 – 2014)
Journal of Integrative Neuroscience (2008 – 2016)
International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology (2010 – present)

Meeting, Organization, and Society Activity

  • Organization For Human Brain Mapping
    • Council:
      • Secretary 1999-2001.
      • President 2005-2007.
      • Meetings Liaison/Program Chair 2011.
    • Program Committee:
      • Copenhagen ‘97
      • Düsseldorf ‘99
      • San Antonio ‘00
      • Brighton ’01
      • Chair: Sendai ’02, Seattle ‘13
      • New York ’03
      • Budapest ’04
      • Toronto ’05
      • Florence ’06
      • Chicago, ‘07
      • Beijing, ‘12
      • Seattle, ‘13
      • Hamburg, ‘14
    • Education Committee:
      • Chair San Antonio 2000 and Brighton 2001.
    • Nominating Committee:
      • Chair San Antonio 2000
    • Scientific Advisory Board
      • Chair-Elect Vancouver 2016-17
      • Chair Singapore 2017-18
  • International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
    • Young Investigator Award Committee (2001, 2)
    • Program Committee (2007-2010)
    • Education Committee (2007-2010)
  • Faculty of Parmenides Foundation (2007-present)
  • Primary organizer: ISMRM-sponsored High Field Workshop, Lake Louise, CA (2011)
  • Co-organizer: Joint ISMRM/OHBM virtual workshop (2012).

Advisory Activity

Member of external advisory committee for:
The National fMRI Database Center, Dartmouth College (1999-2003)
The Center for Functional MRI, University of California, San Diego (2002-present)
Georgetown University fMRI Center (2006-2009)
Johns Hopkins Research Resource for Quantitative fMRI (2008 – present)
GE Medical Systems Head-Only Scanner Development (2009-present)
Developmental Connectome Genomics Center, MIND Institute, Alburquerque, NM
(2016-present)
Duke University Brain Project (2016)
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. (2016)

Ph.D. Thesis Committee for:
Rongyan Zhang, Medical College of Wisconsin (1996)
Rasmus Birn, Medical College of Wisconsin (1998)
Ziad Saad, Marquette University (1998)
Anthony Liu, University of Texas, San Antonio (2000)
John Agnew, Georgetown University (2003)
Hanbing Lu, Medical College of Wisconsin (2003)
Martyn Klassen, University of London, Ontario (2005)
Kathy Nangini, University of Toronto, Ontario (2006)
Mark Chevillet, Georgetown University (2011)
Marieke Mur, Maastricht University (2011)
Evan Gordan, Georgetown University (2012)
Nathan Churchill, University of Toronto, Ontario (2013)
Andrew Breeden, Georgetown University (2017)
Kyle Shattuck, Georgetown University (2017)
Zhan Xu, Medical College of Wisconsin (2018)

Students:
Natalia Petridou, George Washington University (1999-2005)
Prantik Kundu, Cambridge University (2010-2013)
Raphael Kaplan, University College, London (2010-2013)
Adam Thomas, Oxford University (2009-2014)
Jacob Levenstein, Oxford University, Oxford (2016-present)

Post Docs:
James Patterson (1999-2001)
Rasmus Birn (2000-2004)
Ziad Saad (2001-2003)
Patrick Bellgowan (2001-2004)
Hauke Heekeren (shared with Leslie Ungerleider) (2002-2005)
David Knight (2002-2006)
Marta Marion (2003-2006)
Anthony Boemio (2003-2007)
Kevin Murphy (2004-2008)
Nikolaus Kriegeskorte (2004-2008)
Dan Handwerker (2007-2012)
Masaya Misaki (2008 – 2012)
Javier Gonzalez-Castillo (2009-2013)
Jennifer Evans (2009-2014)
Carlton Chu (2009-2012)
Hang-Joon Jo (2012-2015)
Prantik Kundu (2014)
David Jangraw (2014-2018)
Laurentius Huber (2015-present)
Yuhui Chai (2016-present)
Emily Finn (2017-present)

Below are the three 20-25 page research summaries from my lab since 1999.
BSC Review Document for UFIM 2003
BSC Review Document for SFIM 2007
BSC Review Document for SFIM 2012
BSC Review Document for SFIM 2016

Below are the three 20-25 page summaries from the fMRI Core Facility since 2012.
BSC Review Document for FMRIF 2006
BSC Review Document for FMRIF 2011
BSC Review Document for FMRIF 2015

Papers
According to Google Scholar (total citations = 30507, h-index = 81, i10-index 159)
1. D. M. Nielson, F. Pereira, C. Y. Zheng, N. Migineishvili, J. A. Lee, A. D. Thomas, P. A.
Bandettini, Detecting and harmonizing scanner differences in the ABCD studyannual
release 1.0, bioRxiv: 309260 (2018).
2. P. McClure, C. Zheng, F. Pereira, J. Kaczmarzyk, J. Rogers-Lee, D. Nielson, P.
Bandettini, Parallel weight consolidation: A brain segmentation case study, arXiv
preprint: 1805.10863 (2018).
3. P. Kundu, B, Benson, D. Rosen, S. Frangou, E. Leibenluft, W.-M. Luh, P. A.
Bandettini, D. S. Pine, M. Ernst, The integration of functional brain activity from
adolescence to adulthood, Journal of Neuroscience, 30 (14), pp. 3559-3570 (2018)
4. H. Xie, J. Gonzalez-Castillo, D. A. Handwerker, P. A. Bandettini, V. D. Calhoun, G.
Chen, E. Damaraju, X. Liu, S. Mitra, Time-varying whole-brain functional network
connectivity coupled to task engagement, Network Neuroscience, pp. 1-37 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1162/NETN_a_00051
5. L. Huber, H. Y. Desmond, C. J. Wiggins, K. Uludag, S. Kashyap, D. C. Jangraw, P. A.
Bandettini, B. A. Poser, D. Ivanov, Ultra-high resolution blood volume fMRI and
BOLD in humans at 9.4T: Capabilities and challenges, NeuroImage, 178, pp. 769-
779 (2018).
6. S. Torrisi, G. Chen, P. A. Bandettini, C. I. Baker, R. Reynolds, J. Y.-T. Liu, J. Leshin, N.
Balderston, C. Grillon, M. Ernst, Statistical power comparisons at 3T and 7T with a
GO/NOGO task, NeuroImage, 175, pp. 100-110 (2018).
7. E. S. Finn, P. R. Corlett, G. Chen, P. A. Bandettini, R. T. Constable, Trait paranoia
shapes inter-subject synchrony in brain activity during an ambiguous social
narrative, Nature Communications, 9, article 2043 (2018).
8. M. Saggar, O. Sporns, J. Gonzalez-Castillo, P. A. Bandettini, G. Carlsson, G. Glover,
A. L. Reiss, Towards a new approach to visualize and quantify brain’s dynamical
organization using topological data analysis, Nature Communications, 9, article
1399 (2018).
9. J. D. Power, M. Pitt, S. J. Gotts, P. Kundu, V. Voon, P. A. Bandettini, A. Martin,
Ridding fMRI data of motion-related influences: removal of signals with distinct
spatial and physical bases in multi-echo data, Proceedings of the National
Academy of Sciences, (2018) https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1720985115
10. Y. Chai, J. Sheng, P. A. Bandettini, J.-H. Gao, Frequency-dependent tACS
modulation of BOLD signal during rhythmic visual stimulation, Human Brain
Mapping, DOI: 10.1002/hbm.23990 (2018).
11. D. C. Jangraw, J Gonzalez-Castillo, D. A. Handwerker, M. Ghane, M. D. Rosenberg,
P. Panwar, P. A. Bandettini, A functional connectivity-based neuromarker of
sustained attention generalizes to predict recall in a reading task, NeuroImage,
166, pp. 99-109 (2018).
12. L. Huber, D. A. Handwerker, D. C. Jangraw, G. Chen, A. Hall, C. Stuber, J. Gonzalez-
Castillo, D. Ivanov, S. Marrett, M. Guidi, J. Goense, B. A. Poser, P. A. Bandettini,
High-resolution CBV-fMRI allows mapping of laminar activity and connectivity of
cortical input and output in human M1, Neuron, 96(6), pp. 1253-1267 (2017)
13. S. Keilholz, C. Caballero-Gaudes, P. Bandettini, G. Deco, V. Calhoun, Time resolved
resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging analysis: current status,
challenges, and new directions, Brain Connectivity 7 (8), 465-481 (2017).
14. J. D. Power, M. Plitt, P. Kundu, P. A. Bandettini, A. Martin, Temporal interpolation
alters motion in fMRI scans: Magnitudes and consequences for artifact detection,
PloS one 12 (9), e0182939 (2017).
15. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, P. A. Bandettini, Task-based dynamic functional connectivity:
recent findings and open questions, NeuroImage (in press)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2017.08.006 (2017).
16. H. Xie, V. Calhoun, J. Gonzalez-Castillo, E. Damaraju, R. Miller, P. Bandettini, S.
Mitra, Whole brain connectivity dynamics reflect both task-specific and individualspecific
modulation: a multitask study, NeuroImage, (in press)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2017.05.050 (2017).
17. J. Degryse, R. Seurinck, J. Durnez, J. Gonzalez-Castillo, P. A. Bandettini, B.
Moerkerke, Introducing alternative-based thresholding for defining functional
regions of interest in fMRI, Frontiers in Neuroscience, 11, doi:
10.3389/fnins.2017.00222, (2017).
18. P. Kundu, V. Voon, P. Balchandani, M. V. Lombardo, B. A. Poser, P. Bandettini,
Multi-Echo fMRI: A Review of Applications in fMRI Denoising and Analysis of BOLD
Signals, NeuroImage 154, pp. 59-80 (2017).
19. S. M. Kazan, L. Huber, G. Flandin, D. Ivanov, P. Bandettini, N. Weiskopf,
Physiological basis of vascular autocalibration (VasA): Comparison to hypercapnia
calibration methods. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 78(3), pp. 1168-1173
(2017)
20. L. Huber, D. Ivanov, D. A. Handwerker, S. Marrett, M. Guidi, K. Uludag, P. A.
Bandettini, B. A. Poser, Techniques for blood volume fMRI with VASO: From lowresolution
mapping towards sub-millimeter layer-dependent applications.
NeuroImage, 164, pp. 131-143 (2018).
21. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, P. Panwar, L. C. Buchanan, C. Caballero Gaudes, D. A.
Handwerker, D. C. Jangraw, V. Zachariou, S. Inati, V. Roopchansingh, P. A.
Bandettini, Evaluation of multi-echo ICA denoising for task based fMRI studies:
block designs, rapid event-related designs, and cardiac-gated fMRI. NeuroImage,
141, 452-468 (2016).
22. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, G. Chen, T. Nichols, R. W. Cox, P. A. Bandettini, Variance
decomposition for single-subject task-based fMRI activity estimates across many
sessions. NeuroImage, 154, pp. 206-218, (2017).
23. M. Mur, M. Meys, J. Bodurka, R. Goebel, P. A. Bandettini, N. Kriegeskorte, Human
object-similarity judgments reflect and transcend the primate-IT object
representation. Frontiers in Psychology, 4, MAR (2013)
24. H. J. Jo, S. J. Gotts, R. C. Reynolds, P. A. Bandettini, A. Martin, R. W. Cox, Z. S. Saad,
Effective preprocessing procedures virtually eliminate distance-dependent
motion artifacts in resting state fMRI. Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2013,
Article # 935154 (2013).
25. Z. Yang, X.-N. Zuo, K. L. McMahon, R. C. Craddock, C. Kelly, G. I. De Zubicaray, I.
Hickie, P. A. Bandettini, F. X. Castellanos, M. P. Milham, M. J. Wright, Genetic and
Environmental Contributions to Functional Connectivity Architecture of the
Human Brain, Cerebral Cortex, 26, pp. 2341-2352 (2016).
26. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, P. A. Bandettini, What cascade spreading models can teach us
about the brain, Neuron, 86, pp. 1327-1329 (2015).
27. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, C. W. Hoy, D. A. Handwerker, M. E. Robinson, L. C. Buchanan,
Z. S. Saad, P. A. Bandettini, Tracking ongoing cognition in individuals using brief
whole-brain functional connectivity patterns. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 12, pp. 8762-
8767 (2015).
28. J. W. Evans, P. Kundu, S. G. Horovitz, P. A. Bandettini, Separating slow BOLD from
non-BOLD baseline drifts using multi-echo fMRI. NeuroImage, 105, pp. 189-197,
(2015).
29. P. Kundu, B. E. Benson, K.L. Baldwin, D. Rosen, W. M. Luh, P. A. Bandettini, M.
Ernst, Robust resting state fMRI processing for studies on typical brain
development based on multi-echo EPI acquisition, Brain Imaging Behav, 9, pp. 56-
73 (2015), doi: 10.1007s11682-014-9346-4.
30. V. Olafsson, P. Kundu, E. C. Wong, P. A. Bandettini, T. T. Liu, Enhanced
identification of BOLD-like components with multi-echo simultaneous multi-slice
(MESMS) fMRI and multi-echo ICA, NeuroImage, 112, pp. 43-51 (2015).
31. P. Wu, P. A. Bandettini, R. M. Harper, D. A. Handwerker, Effects of thoracic
pressure changes on MRI signals in the brain, Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and
Metabolism, 35, pp. 1024-1032 (2015).
32. L. Kenworthy, G. L. Wallace, R. Birn, S. C. Milleville, L. K. Case, P. A. Bandettini, A.
Martin, Aberrant neural mediation of verbal fluency in autism spectrum disorders.
Brain Cogn. 83, pp. 218-226 (2013).
33. Z. Yang, Z. Huang, J. Gonzalez-Castillo, R. Dai, G. Northoff, P. Bandettini, Using fMRI
to decode true thoughts independent of intention to conceal. NeuroImage, 99, pp.
80-92 (2014).
34. P. A. Bandettini, Neuronal or Hemodynamic? Grappling with the functional MRI
signal, Brain Connectivity, 4, (7), p.p. 487-498 (2014). .
35. R. Kaplan, D. Bush, M Bonnefond, P. A. Bandettini, G. R. Barnes, C. F. Doeller, N.
Burgess, Medial Prefrontal Theta Phase Coupling During Spatial Memory Retrieval,
Hippocampus, 24, pp. 656-665 (2014).
36. P. Kundu, M. D. Santin, P. A. Bandettini, E. T. Bullmore, A. Petiet, Differentiating
BOLD and non-BOLD signals in fMRI time series from anesthetized rats using multiecho
EPI at 11.7T, NeuroImage, 102, pp. 861-874 (2014).
37. A. G. Thomas, A. Dennis, N. B. Rawlings, C. J. Stagg, L. Matthews, M. Morris, S. H.
Kolind, S. Foxley, M. Jenkinson, T. Nichols, H. Dawes, P. A. Bandettini, H. Johansen-
Berg, Multi-modal characeterization of rapid anterior hippocampal volume
increase associated with aerobic exercise, NeuroImage, 131, pp. 162-170 (2016)
38. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, C. W. Hoy, D. A. Handwerker, V. Roopchansingh, S. J. Inati, Z.
S. Saad, R. W. Cox, P. A. Bandettini, Task dependence, tissue specificity and spatial
distribution of widespread activations in large single-subject functional MRI
datasets at 7T, Cerebral Cortex, 2014 doi:10.1093/cercor/bhu148
39. Z. Yang, Y. Xu, C. W. Hoy, D. A. Handwerker, G. Chen, G. Northoff, X.-N. Zuo, P. A.
Bandettini, Brain Network Informed Subject Community Detection In Early-Onset
Schizophrenia, Scientific Reports, 4 : 5549 | DOI: 10.1038/srep05549 (2014)
40. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, D. Handwerker, M.E. Robinson, C.W. Hoy, L.C. Buchanen, Z.S.
Saad, and P.A. Bandettini, The spatial structure of resting state connectivity
stability on the scale of minutes, Frontiers in Neuroscience, 8:138.
doi:10.3389/fnins.2014.00138 (2014)
41. R. Kaplan, A. J. Horner, P. A. Bandettini, C. F. Doeller, N. Burgess, Human
hippocampal processing of environmental novelty during spatial navigation,
Hippocampus, pp. 740-750 (2014).
42. Z. Yang, P. Wu, P. A. Bandettini, X. Weng, The cerebellum engages in automation
of verb-generation skill, Journal of Integrated Neuroscience Volume 13, pp. 1-17
(2014).
43. A. Devor, P. A. Bandettini, D. A. Boas, J. M. Bower, R. B. Buxton, L. B. Cohen, A. M.
Dale, G. T. Einevoll, P. T. Fox, M. A. Franceschini, K. J. Friston, J. G. Fujimoto, M. A.
Geyer, J. H. Greenberg, E. Halgren, M. S. Hamalainen, F. Helmchen, B. T. Hyman,
A. Jasanoff, T. L. Jernigan, L. L. Judd, S.-G. Kim, D. Kleinfeld, N. J. Kopell, M. Kutas,
K. K. Kwong, M. E. Larkum, E. H. Lo, P. J. Magistretti, J. B. Mandeville, E. Masliah,
P. P. Mitra, W. C. Mobley, M. A. Moskowitz, A. Nimmerjahn, J. H. Reynolds, B. R.
Rosen, B. M. Salzberg, C. B. Schaffer, G. A. Silva, P. T. C. So, N. C. Spitzer, R. B.
Tootell, D. C. Van Essen, W. Vanduffel, S. A. Vinogradov, L. L. Wald, L. V. Wang, B.
Weber, A. G. Yodh, The challenge of connecting the dots in the B.R.A.I.N., Neuron,
80, pp. 270-274, (2013).
44. Z. Yang, C. Chang, T. Xu, L. Jiang, D. Handwerker, F. X. Castellanos, M. Milham, P.
Bandettini, X.-N. Zuo, Connectivity Trajectory across Lifespan Differentiates the
Precuneus from the Default Network, NeuroImage, 89, pp. 45-56 (2014) .
45. R. M. Hutchison, T. Womelsdorf, E. A. Allen, P. A. Bandettini, V. D. Calhoun, M.
Corbetta, S. D. Penna, J. H. Duyn, G. H. Glover, J. Gonzalez-Castillo, D. A.
Handwerker, S. Keiholz, V. Kiviniemi, D. A. Leopold, F. de Pasquale, O. Sporns, M.
Walter, C. Chang, Dynamic functional connectivity: promise issues, and
interpretations. NeuroImage, 80, pp. 360-378 (2013).
46. P. Kundu, N. D. Brenowitz, V. Voon, Y. Worbe, P. E. Vertes, S. J. Inati, Z. S. Saad, P.
A. Bandettini, E. T. Bullmore, An Integrated Strategy for Improving Functional
Connectivity Mapping Using Multi-Echo EPI, PNAS, 110, pp. 16187-16192 (2013).
47. K. Murphy, R. M. Birn, P. A. Bandettini, Resting state fMRI confounds and cleanup,
NeuroImage, 80, pp. 349-359 (2013).
48. P. A. Bandettini, P. Kundu, J. Gonzalez-Castillo, M. Misaki, P. Guillod,
Characterizing and Utilizing fMRI Fluctuations, Patterns, and Dynamics, Progress
in Biomedical Optics and Imaging – Proceedings of SPIE Vol 8672, doi:
10.1117/12.2012737 (2013).
49. M. Misaki, W.-M. Luh, P. A. Bandettini, The effect of spatial smoothing on fMRI
decoding of columnar-level organization with linear support vector machine.
Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 212, pp. 355-361 (2013)
50. P. A. Bandettini, The BOLD plot thickens: sign- and layer-dependent hemodynamic
changes with activation. Neuron 76, pp. 468-469 (2012).
51. M. Misaki, W.-M. Luh, P. A. Bandettini, Accurate decoding of sub-TR timing
differences in stimulations of sub-voxel regions from multi-voxel response
patterns. NeuroImage, 66, pp. 623-633 (2013).
52. A. G. Thomas, A. Dennis, P. A. Bandettini, H. Johansen-Berg, The effects of aerobic
activity on brain structure. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, pp. 1-9 (2012)
53. R. Kaplan, C. F. Doeller, G. R. Barnes, V. Litvak, E. Duzel, P. A. Bandettini, N.
Burgess, Movement-related theta rhythm in humans: coordinating self-directed
hippocampal learning. PloS Biology, 10, e1001267 (2012)
54. Z. Yang, X.-N Zuo, P. Wang, Z. Li, S. M. LaConte, P. A. Bandettini, X. P. Hu,
Generalized RAICAR: Discover homogeneous subject (sub)groups by
reproducibility of their intrinsic connectivity networks, NeuroImage 63, pp. 403-
414 (2012).
55. M. Mur, D. A. Ruff, J. Bodurka, P. De Weerd, P. A. Bandettini, N. Kriegeskorte,
Categorical, yet graded single-image activation profiles in human categoryselective
cortical regions, The Journal of Neuroscience, 32, pp. 8649-8662 (2012)
56. W.-M. Luh, S. L. Talagala, T.-Q. Li, P. A. Bandettini, Pseudo-continuous arterial spin
labeling at 7T for human brain: estimation and correction for off-resonance effects
using a prescan, Magn. Reson. Med. 69, pp. 402-410 (2013)
57. P. A. Bandettini, Twenty years of Functional MRI: The Science and the Stories.
NeuroImage 62, pp. 575-588 (2012)
58. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, K. N. Duthie, Z. S. Saad, C. Chu, P. A. Bandettini, W.-M. Luh,
Effects of image contrast on functional MRI image registration. NeuroImage, 67,
pp. 163-174 (2013).
59. D. A. Handwerker, J. Gonzalez-Castillo, M. D’Esposito, P. A. Bandettini, The
continuing challenge of understanding and modeling hemodynamic variation in
fMRI. NeuroImage 62, pp. 620-631 (2012).
60. M. Misaki, G. L. Wallace, N. Dankner, A. Martin, P. A. Bandettini, Characteristic
cortical thickness patterns in adolescents with autism spectrum disorders:
Interactions with age and intellectual ability revealed by canonical correlation
analysis. NeuroImage 60, pp. 1890-1901 (2012)
61. P. A. Bandettini, Functional MRI: a confluence of fortunate circumstances.
NeuroImage 61, pp. A3-A11 (2012)
62. P. Kundu, S. J. Inati, J. W. Evans, W.-M. Luh, P. A. Bandettini, Differentiating BOLD
and non-BOLD signals in fMRI time series using multi-echo EPI. NeuroImage 60,
pp. 1759-1770 (2012)
63. P. A. Bandettini, E. C. Wong, Sewer pipe, wire, epoxy, and finger tapping: the start
of fMRI at the Medical College of Wisconsin. NeuroImage 62, pp. 620-631 (2012).
64. D. A. Handwerker, V. Roopchansingh, P. A. Bandettini, Periodic changes in brain
connectivity, NeuroImage 63, pp. 1712-1719 (2012)
65. C. Chu, A.-L. Hsu, K.-H. Chou, P. Bandettini, C.-P. Lin, Does feature selection
improve classification accuracy? Impact of sample size and feature selection on
classification using anatomical magnetic resonance images. NeuroImage 60, pp.
59-70 (2012)
66. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, Z. Saad, D. A. Handwerker, S. J. Inati, N. Brenowitz, P. A.
Bandettini, Whole-brain, time-locked activation with simple tasks revealed using
massive averaging and model-free analysis. Proceedings of the National Academy
of Sciences 109, 14: pp. 5487-5492 (2012)
67. S. M. Smith, P. A. Bandettini, K. L. Miller, T. E. J. Behrens, K. J. Friston, O. David, T.
Liu, M. W. Woolrich, T. E. Nichols, The danger of systematic bias in group-level
fMRI-lag-based causality estimation. NeuroImage 59, pp. 1228-1229 (2012)
68. P. A. Bandettini, R. Bowtell, P. Jezzard, R. Turner, Ultra-high field systems and
applications at 7T and beyond: progress, pitfalls, and potential. Magnetic
Resonance in Medicine 67, pp. 317-321 (2012)
69. J. Gonzalez-Castillo, V. Roopchansingh, P. A. Bandettini, J. Bodurka, Physiological
noise effects on the flip angle selection in BOLD fMRI. NeuroImage 54 (4) pp. 2764
– 2778. (2011)
70. D. A. Handwerker and P. A. Bandettini, Simple explanations before complex
theories: Alternative interpretations of Sirotin and Das’ observations. NeuroImage
55, 4:1419-1422 (2011).
71. D. A. Ruff, S. Marrett, H. R. Heekeren, P. A. Bandettini, L. G. Ungerleider,
Complementary roles of systems representing sensory evidence and systems
detecting task difficulty during perceptual decision making. Front. Neurosci. 4:190.
Doi:10.3389/fnins.2010.00190. (2010)
72. M. Misaki, Y. Kim, P. A. Bandettini, N. Kriegeskorte, Comparison of multivariate
classifiers and response normalizations for pattern-information fMRI.
NeuroImage, 53, 103-118, (2010)
73. N. Kriegeskorte, R. Cusack, P. Bandettini, How does an fMRI voxel sample the
neuronal activity pattern: compact-kernal or complex spatiotemporal filter?
NeuroImage, 49, 1965-1976 (2010).
74. M. Mur, D. A. Ruff, J. Bodurka, P. A. Bandettini, N. Kriegeskorte, Face-identity
change activation outside the face system: “release from adaptation” may not
always indicate neuronal selectivity. Cerebral Cortex (2010).
75. D. A. Handwerker and P. A. Bandettini, Hemodynamic signals not predicted? Not
so: A comment on Sirotin and Das (2009). NeuroImage 55, 4:1409-1412 (2011).
76. R. M. Birn, L. Kenworthy, L. Case, R. Caravella, T. B. Jones, P. A. Bandettini, A.
Martin, Neural systems supporting lexical search guided by letter and semantic
category cues: a self-paced overt response fMRI study of verbal fluency.
NeuroImage 49 (1) 1099-1047 (2010).
77. T. B. Jones, P. A. Bandettini, L. Kenworthy, L. K. Case, S. C. Milleville, A. Martin, R.
Birn, Sources of group differences in functional connectivity: an investigation
applied to autism spectrum disorder. NeuroImage 49 (1) 401-414 (2010)
78. P. A. Bandettini, Seven Topics in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Journal
of Integrative Neuroscience, J. Integr. Neurosci, 8 (3) 371 – 403 (2009).
79. P. T. Fox, E. Bullmore, P. A. Bandettini, J. L. Lancaster, Editorial reply to Jackle,
Human Brain Mapping, 30: 1936-1937 (2009).
80. R. M. Birn, K. Murphy, D. A. Handwerker, P. A. Bandettini, fMRI in the presence of
task-correlated breathing variations, NeuroImage 47, 1092-1104 (2009)
81. D. C. Knight, N. S. Waters, M. K. King, P. A. Bandettini, Learning related diminution
of unconditioned SCR and fMRI signal responses. NeuroImage 49, 843-848 (2010).
82. A. G. Thomas, S. Marrett, Z. S. Saad, D. A. Ruff, A. Martin, P. A. Bandettini,
Functional but not structural changes associate with learning: an exploration of
longitudinal voxel based morphometry (VBM). NeuroImage 48, 117-125 (2009).
83. D. C. Knight, J. S. Waters, P. A. Bandettini, Neural substrates of explicit and implicit
fear memory, NeuroImage, 45, 208-214 (2009).
84. N. Kriegeskorte, M. Mur, P.A. Bandettini, Representational similarity analysis -
connecting the branches of systems neuroscience. Frontiers in Systems
Neuroscience. doi:10.3389/neuro.06.004.2008 (2008)
85. M. Mur, P. A. Bandettini, N. Kriegeskorte, Revealing representational content with
pattern-information fMRI – an introductory guide. Social, Cognitive, and Affective
Neuroscience 4, 101-109 (2009).
86. J. D. Van Horn, P. A. Bandettini, K. Cheng, G. F. Egan, A. Stenger, S. Strother, A. W.
Toga, New horizons for the next era of human brain imaging, cognitive, and
behavioral research: pacific rim interactivity. Brain Imaging and Behavior 2, 227-
231 (2008).
87. P. T. Fox, E. Bullmore, P. A. Bandettini, J. L. Lancaster, Protecting peer-review:
correspondence chronology and ethical analysis regarding Logothetis vs. Shmuel
and Leopold, Human Brain Mapping.30, 347-354 (2009)
88. J. Illes, M. P. Kirschen, E. Edwards, P. Bandettini, M.K. Cho, P. J. Ford, G. H. Glover,
J. Kulynych, R. Macklin, D. B. Michael, S. M. Wolf, T. Grabowski, B. Seto, Practical
approaches to incidental findings in brain imaging research, Neurology, 70, 384-
390 (2008).
89. K. Murphy, R. M. Birn, D. A. Handwerker, T. B. Jones, P. A. Bandettini, The impact
of global signal regression on resting state correlations: are anti-correlated
networks introduced? NeuroImage 44, 893-905 (2008)
90. P. A. Bandettini, What’s New in Neuroimaging Methods?, Annals of the NY
Academy of Sciences: The Year in Cognitive Neuroscience 2009, 260-293 (2009)
91. T. B. Jones, P. A. Bandettini, R. M. Birn, Integration of motion correction and
physiological noise regression in fMRI, NeuroImage 42, 582-590 (2008)
92. N. Kriegeskorte, M. Mur, D. Ruff, R. Kiani, J. Bodurka, H. Esteky, K. Tanaka, P.
Bandettini, Matching categorical object representations in inferotemporal cortex
of man and monkey. Neuron 60, 1-16 (2008)
93. N. Kriegeskorte, NJ. Bodurka, and P. Bandettini, Artifactual time course
correlations in echo-planar fMRI with implications for studies of brain function.
International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology, 18 (5-6), 345-349 (2008)
94. P. A. Bandettini, E. Bullmore, Endogenous oscillations and networks in functional
MRI, Human Brain Mapping 29, 737-739 (2008)
95. R. M. Birn, K. Murphy, P. A. Bandettini, The effect of respiration variations on
independent component analysis of resting state functional connectivity. Human
Brain Mapping 29, 740-750 (2008)
96. A. Tuan, R. M. Birn, P. A. Bandettini, G. M. Boynton, Differential transient MEG and
fMRI responses to visual stimulation onset rate. International Journal of Imaging
Systems and Technology 18, 17-28 (2008)
97. J. E. Dunsmoor, P. A. Bandettini, D. A. Knight, Neural correlates of unconditioned
response diminution during Pavlovian conditioning. NeuroImage 40, 811-817
(2008)
98. R. M. Birn, M. A. Smith, T. B. Jones, P. A. Bandettini, The respiration response
function: the temporal dynamics of fMRI signal fluctuations related to changes in
respiration. NeuroImage, 40, 644-654 (2008)
99. N. Kriegeskorte, P. Bandettini, Combining the tools: activation- and informationbased
fMRI analysis. NeuroImage, 38, 666-668 (2007)
100. M. Maieron, G. D. Iannetti, J. Bodurka, I. Tracy, P. Bandettini, C. Porro,
Functional responses in the human spinal cord during willed motor actions:
evidence for side- and rate- dependent activity. Journal of Neuroscience 27:4182-
4190, (2007)
101. J. E. Dunsmoor, P. A. Bandettini, D. C. Knight, Impact of continuous versus
intermittent CS-UCS pairing on human brain activation during Pavlovian fear
conditioning. Behavioral Neuroscience, 121, 635-642 (2007)
102. N. Kriegeskorte, P. Bandettini, Analyzing for information, not activation, to
exploit high-resolution fMRI, NeuroImage, 38, 649-662 (2007)
103. K. Murphy, J. Bodurka, P. A. Bandettini, How long to scan? The relationship
between fMRI temporal signal to noise and the necessary scan duration.
NeuroImage, 34, 565-574 (2007)
104. J. Bodurka, F. Ye, N Petridou, K. Murphy, P. A. Bandettini, Mapping the MRI
voxel volume in which thermal noise matches physiological noise – implications
for fMRI. NeuroImage, 34, 542-549 (2007)
105. H. R. Heekeren, S. Marrett, D. A. Ruff, P. A. Bandettini, L. G. Ungerleider,
Involvement of human left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in perceptual decisionmaking
is independent of response modality. Proc. Nat'l. Acad. Sci. USA, 103,
10023-10028 (2006)
106. P. S. F. Bellgowan, P. A. Bandettini, P. van Gelderen, A. Martin, J. Bodurka,
Improved BOLD detection in the medial temporal region using parallel imaging
and voxel volume reduction. NeuroImage, 29, 1244-1251 (2006)
107. P. A. Bandettini, Functional MRI Today, International Journal of
Psychophysiology 63, 138-145 (2007)
108. R. M. Birn, J. B. Diamond, M. A. Smith, P. A. Bandettini, Separating
respiratory variation-related fluctuations from neuronal activity-related
fluctuations in fMRI, NeuroImage 31, 1536-1548 (2006)
109. J. Illes, M. P. Kirschen, E. Edwards, L. R. Stanford, P. Bandettini, D. B.
Michael, P. J. Ford, G. H. Glover, J. Kulynych, R. Macklin, S. M. Wolf, and The
working group on incidental findings in brain imaging research, Handling
incidental findings in brain imaging research: early conclusions in and ongoing
debate. Science 311, 783-784 (2006).
110. N. Petridou, D. Plenz, A. C. Silva, J. Bodurka, M. Loew, P. A. Bandettini,
Direct Magnetic Resonance detection of neuronal electrical activity, Proc. Nat'l.
Acad. Sci. USA. 103, 16015-16020 (2006).
111. K. S. St. Lawrence, J. A. Frank, P. A. Bandettini, F. Q. Ye, Noise reduction in
multi-slice arterial spin tagging imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. Magn.
Reson. Med. 53, 735-738 (2005).
112. N. Kriegeskorte, R. Goebel, P. Bandettini, Information-based functional
brain mapping. Proc. Nat'l. Acad. Sci. USA, 103, 3863-3868 (2006).
113. D. C. Knight, H. T. Nguyen, P. A. Bandettini, The role of awareness in delay
and trace fear conditioning in humans. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral
Neuroscience, 5 (2), 158-163 (2006).
114. D. C. Knight, H. T. Nguyen, P. A. Bandettini, The role of the human
amygdala in the production of conditioned fear responses. NeuroImage, 26, 1193-
1200 (2005).
115. R.M. Birn, P. A. Bandettini, The effect of stimulus duty cycle and "off"
duration on BOLD response linearity. NeuroImage, 27, 70-82 (2005).
116. P.A. Bandettini, N. Petridou, J. Bodurka, Direct detection of neuronal
activity with MRI: fantasy, possibility, or reality? Applied MRI 29 (1) pp. 65-88
(2005).
117. R.M. Birn, R. W. Cox, P. A. Bandettini, Experimental designs and processing
strategies for fMRI studies involving overt responses. NeuroImage, 23, 1046-1058
(2004)
118. H. R. Heekeren, S. Marrett, P. A. Bandettini, L. G. Ungerleider, A general
mechanism for perceptual decision making in the human brain. Nature 43, 859-
862 (2004).
119. D. C. Knight, H. T. Nguyen, P. A. Bandettini, Expression of conditional fear
with and without awareness, Proc. Nat'l. Acad. Sci. USA 100, 15280-15283 (2003).
120. P.S.F. Bellgowan, Z. S. Saad, P. A. Bandettini, Understanding neural system
dynamics through task modulation and measurement of functional MRI
amplitude, latency, and width. Proc. Nat'l. Acad. Sci. USA 100, 1415-1419 (2003).
121. L. Pessoa, E. Gutierrez, P. A. Bandettini, L. G. Ungerleider, Neural Correlates
of Visual Working Memory: fMRI Amplitude Predicts Task Performance, Neuron,
35: 975-987, (2002).
122. J. C. Patterson II, L. G. Ungerleider, and P. A Bandettini, Task - independent
functional brain activity correlation with skin conductance changes: an fMRI study.
NeuroImage, 17: 1787-1806, (2002).
123. Z. S. Saad, K. M. Ropella, E. A. DeYoe, P. A. Bandettini, The spatial extent of
the BOLD response. NeuroImage, 19: 132-144, (2003).
124. E. L. Barbier, S. Marrett, A. Danek, A. Vortmeyer, P. van Gelderen, J. Duyn,
P. Bandettini, J. Grafman, A. P. Koretsky, Imaging cortical anatomy by high
resolution MR at 3.0 T: dectection of the Stripe Gennari in Visual Area 17 Magn.
Reson. Med. 48: 735-738, (2002)
125. P. A. Bandettini, R. M. Birn, D. Kelley, Z. S. Saad. Dynamic nonlinearities in
BOLD contrast: neuronal or hemodynamic? Elsevier Excerpta Medica International
Congress Series. 1235: 73-85 (2002).
126. J. Bodurka, P. A. Bandettini. Toward direct mapping of neuronal activity:
MRI detection of ultra weak transient magnetic field changes, Magn. Reson. Med
47: 1052-1058, (2002)
127. R. M. Birn, R. W. Cox, P. A. Bandettini, Detection versus estimation in
Event-Related fMRI: choosing the optimal stimulus timing. NeuroImage 15: 262-
264, (2002).
128. P. A. Bandettini and L. G. Ungerleider, From neuron to BOLD: new
connections. Nature Neuroscience, 4: 864-866, (2001).
129. R. M. Birn, Z. Saad, P. A. Bandettini, Spatial heterogeneity of the nonlinear
dynamics in the fMRI BOLD response. NeuroImage, 14: 817-826, (2001).
130. W.-M. Luh, E. C. Wong, P. A. Bandettini, B. D. Ward, J. S. Hyde, Comparison
of simultaneously measured perfusion and BOLD signal increases during brain
activation using QUIPSS II with thin - slice TI1 periodic saturation. Magn. Reson.
Med. 44: 137-143 (2000).
131. P. A. Bandettini, R. W. Cox. Event-related fMRI contrast when using
constant interstimulus interval: theory and experiment. Magn. Reson. Med. 43:
540-548 (2000).
132. G. M. Hathout, R. K. Gopi,. P. Bandettini, SS Gambhir. The lag of cerebral
hemodynamics with rapidly alternating periodic stimulation: modeling for
functional MRI. Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 17: 9-20, (1999).
133. W.-M. Luh, E. C. Wong, P. A. Bandettini, J. S. Hyde, QUIPSS II with thin -
slice TI1 periodic saturation: a method for improved accuracy of quantitative
perfusion imaging using pulsed arterial spin labeling. Magn. Reson. Med. 41: 1246-
1254, (1999).
134. R. M. Birn, P. A. Bandettini, R. W. Cox, R. Shaker, Event - related fMRI of
tasks involving brief motion. Human Brain Mapping 7: 106-114 (1999).
135. E. A. Stein, J. Pankiewicz, H. H. Harsch, J.-K. Cho, S. A. Fuller, R. G.
Hoffmann, M. Hawkins, S. M. Rao, P. A. Bandettini, A. S. Bloom, Nicotine-induced
limbic cortical activation in the human brain: a functional MRI study. Am. J.
Psychiatry 155, 1009-1015 (1998).
136. A. Jesmanowicz, P. A. Bandettini, J. S. Hyde, Single shot half k-space high
resolution EPI for fMRI at 3T. Magn. Reson. Med. 40, 754-762 (1998).
137. K. M. Donahue, J. VanKylen, S. Guven, A. El-Bershawi, W.-M. Luh, P. A.
Bandettini, R. W. Cox, J. S. Hyde, A. H. Kissebah, Simultaneous gradient-echo / spin
- echo EPI of graded ischemia in human skeletal muscle. J. Mag. Res. Imag. 8, 1106-
1113 (1998).
138. R. M. Birn, P. A. Bandettini, A. Jesmanowicz, R. Shaker, R. W. Cox, Magnetic
field changes in the human brain due to swallowing or speaking. Magn. Reson.
Med. 40, 55-60 (1998).
139. P. A. Bandettini, J. Jesmanowicz, J. VanKylen, R. M. Birn, J. S. Hyde,
Functional MRI of brain activation induced by scanner acoustic noise. Magn.
Reson. Med. 39, 410-416 (1998).
140. J. Caplan, P. A. Bandettini, J. P. Sutton, Weight - space mapping of fMRI
motor tasks: evidence for nested neural networks in "Computational
Neuroscience '96" (J. Bower, Ed.), p.585-589, Plenum, New York, (1997).
141. P. A. Bandettini, E. C. Wong, A hypercapnia - based normalization method
for improved spatial localization of human brain activation with fMRI. NMR in
Biomedicine 10, 197-203 (1997).
142. P. A. Bandettini, K. K. Kwong, T. L. Davis, R. B. H. Tootell, E. C. Wong, P. T.
Fox, J. W. Belliveau, R. M. Weisskoff, B. R. Rosen, Characterization of cerebral
blood oxygenation and flow changes during prolonged brain activation. Human
Brain Mapping 5, 93-109 (1997).
143. R. L. Buckner, P. A. Bandettini, K. M. O'Craven, R. L. Savoy, S. E. Peterson,
M. E. Raichle, T. L. Brady, B. R. Rosen, fMRI detection and time course of
distributed cortical activations during single trials of a cognitive task. Proc. Nat'l.
Acad. Sci. USA 93, 14878-14883 (1996).
144. P. W. R. Woodruff, R. R. Benson, P. A. Bandettini, K. K. Kwong, R. Howard,
T. Talavage, J. Belliveau, B. R. Rosen, Modulation of auditory and visual cortex by
selective attention is modality - dependent. NeuroReport 7, 1909-1903 (1996).
145. S. M. Rao, P. A. Bandettini, J. R. Binder, J. A. Bobholz, T. A. Hammeke, E. A.
Stein, J. S. Hyde, Relationship between finger movement rate and functional
magnetic resonance signal change in human primary motor cortex. J. Cereb. Blood
Flow and Met. 16, 1250-1254 (1996).
146. E. A. DeYoe, G. Carman, P. Bandettini, G. S., W. J., R. Cox, D. Miller, J. Neitz,
Mapping striate and extrastriate visual areas in human cerebral cortex. Proc. Nat'l.
Acad. Sci. 93, 2282-2386 (1996).
147. S. Bates, Z. Yetkin, A. Jesmanowicz, H. J. S., P. A. Bandettini, L. Estkowski,
V. M. Haughton, Artifacts in functional magnetic resonance imaging from gaseous
oxygen. Journ. of Mag. Res. Imag. 4, 443-445 (1995).
148. S. M. Rao, J. R. Binder, T. A. Hammeke, P. A. Bandettini, J. A. Bobholz, J. A.
Frost, B. M. Myklebust, R. D. Jacobson, J. S. Hyde, Somatotopic mapping of the
human primary motor cortex with functional magnetic resonance imaging.
Neurology 45, 919-924 (1995).
149. P. A. Bandettini, E. C. Wong, The effects of biophysical and physiologic
parameters on brain activation - induced R2* and R2 changes: simulations using a
deterministic diffusion model. International Journal of Imaging Systems and
Technology 6, 133-152 (1995).
150. J. L. Boxerman, P. A. Bandettini, K. K. Kwong, J. R. Baker, T. L. Davis, B. R.
Rosen, R. M. Weisskoff, The intravascular contribution to fMRI signal change:
monte carlo modeling and diffusion - weighted studies in vivo. Magn. Reson. Med.
34, 4-10 (1995).
151. J. R. Binder, T. A. Rao, J. A. Hammeke, J. A. Frost, P. A. Bandettini, A.
Jesmanowicz, J. S. Hyde, Lateralized human brain language systems demonstrated
by task subtraction functional magnetic resonance imaging. Arch. Neurol. 52, 593-
601 (1995).
152. E. A. DeYoe, P. A. Bandettini, J. Nietz, D. Miller, P. Winas, Functional
magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI) of the human brain. J. Neuroscience Methods
54, 171-187 (1994).
153. G. L. Morris III, W. M. Meuller, F. Z. Yetkin, H. V. M., T. A. Hammeke, S.
Swanson, S. M. Rao, A. Jesmanowicz, L. D. Estkowski, P. A. Bandettini, E. C. Wong,
J. S. Hyde, Functional magnetic resonance imaging in partial epilepsy. Epilepsia 35,
(1994).
154. J. R. Binder, S. M. Rao, T. A. Hammeke, J. A. Frost, P. A. Bandettini, J. S.
Hyde, Effects of stimulus rate on signal response during functional magnetic
resonance imaging of auditory cortex. Cogn. Brain Res. 2, 31-38 (1994).
155. J. R. Binder, S. M. Rao, T. A. Hammeke, F. Z. Yetkin, A. Jesmanowicz, P. A.
Bandettini, E. C. Wong, L. D. Estkowski, M. D. Goldstein, V. M. Haughton, J. S. Hyde,
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of human auditory cortex. Ann. Neurol.
35, 662-672 (1994).
156. J. J. Sychra, P. A. Bandettini, N. Bhattacharya, Q. Lin, Synthetic images by
subspace transforms I: principal components images and related filters. Med.
Phys. 21, 193-201 (1994).
157. P. A. Bandettini, E. C. Wong, A. Jesmanowicz, R. S. Hinks, J. S. Hyde, Spinecho
and gradient-echo EPI of human brain activation using BOLD contrast: a
comparative study at 1.5 Tesla. NMR in Biomedicine 7, 12-20 (1994).
158. S. M. Rao, J. R. Binder, P. A. Bandettini, T. A. Hammeke, Z. A. Yetkin, J.
Jesmanowicz, L. M. Lisk, G. L. Morris, W. M. Mueller, L. D. Estkowski, E. C. Wong,
V. M. Haughton, J. S. Hyde, Functional magnetic resonance imaging of complex
human movements. Neurology 43, 2311-2318 (1993).
159. J. T. Eells, J. L. Rasmussen, P. A. Bandettini, J. M. Propp, Differences in
neuroexcitatory actions of pyrethroid insecticides and sodium channel specific
neurotoxins in rat and trout brain synaptosomes. Toxicology and Applied
Pharmacology 123, 107-119 (1993).
160. P. A. Bandettini, A. Jesmanowicz, E. C. Wong, J. S. Hyde, Processing
strategies for time-course data sets in functional MRI of the human brain. Magn.
Reson. Med. 30, 161-173 (1993).
161. J. T. Eells, P. A. Bandettini, P. A. Holman, J. M. Propp, Pyrethroid insecticide
induced alterations in mammalian synaptic membrane potential. Journal of
Pharmacology and Experimental Theraputics 262, 1173-1181 (1992).
162. P. A. Bandettini, E. C. Wong, R. S. Tikofsky, R. S. Hinks, J. S. Hyde, Time
course EPI of human brain function during task activation. Magn. Reson. Med. 25,
390-397 (1992).
163. F. L. Pedrotti, P. A. Bandettini, Faraday rotation in the undergraduate
advanced laboratory. American Journal of Physics 58, 542-545 (1990).

Book Chapters
1. P. A. Bandettini and Hanzhang Lu, Magnetic Resonance Methodologies,
Neurobiology of Mental Illness (Eric Nestler, Dennis Charney, Eds.) 2017.
2. P. A. Bandettini, Functional Brain Imaging Methods: MRI, Neuroscience in the 21’st
century, 2016
3. P. A. Bandettini and Tor Wager, Interpretation and analysis of the fMRI signal: brief
overview and leading research in the united states and Europe, WTEC/NSF
Neuroimaging in Europe, Asia, and Australia report 2014.
4. P. A. Bandettini, Functional MRI discovery and development, Macmillan Reference’s
Discoveries in Modern Science, 2014.
5. P. A. Bandettini and E. Wong, The future of Functional MRI, in “Functional MRI”
(Kamil Uludag and Kamil Ugurbil, Eds), 2011
6. P. A. Bandettini, The Birth of FMRI at the Medical College of Wisconsin, in “Functional
MRI” (Kamil Uludag and Kamil Ugurbil, Eds), (in press), 2011.
7. P. A. Bandettini, Functional MRI limitations and aspirations, in “Neural Correlates of
Thinking” (Ernst Pöppel, Balázs Gulyas and Eduard Kraft, Eds), (in press), 2008
8. Peter A. Bandettini, Principles of Functional MRI, in “Functional Neuroimaging of
Neurologic Disorders" (F. Hillary, Ed), Guilford Press, (in press), 2006. .
9. P. A. Bandettini, Functional MRI, in “Methods in Mind” (C. Senior, T. Russell, M.
Gazzaniga, Eds.), (in press), 2006.
10. S.-G. Kim and P. A. Bandettini, Principles of Functional MRI, in "Functional MRI" (S.H.
Faro and F.B Mohamed, Eds.), Spinger-Verlag, (in press), 2005.
11. T. A. Russell, F. Zelaya, R. A. Bressan, P. A. Bandettini, Functional Neuroimaging: an
introduction to the technology, methodology, interpretation, and applications, in
“Psychiatric Neuroimaging” (C. H. Y. Fu, C. Senior, T. A. Russell, D Weinberger, & R
Murray, Eds.). p. 1-50, Dunitz Press, 2002
12. P. A. Bandettini, Functional MRI in “Handbook of Neuropsychology” (F. Boller and J.
Grafman, Eds.), Elsevier, 2002,.
13. P. A. Bandettini, Choosing the optimal pulse sequence for fMRI in “Functional
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain: Methods for Neuroscience” (P. M.
Matthews, P. Jezzard, A. Evans), p. 123-143, Oxford University Press, 2001.
14. P. A. Bandettini, fMRI: The spatial, temporal, and interpretative limits of functional
MRI, in “Neuropsychopharmacology: The Fifth Generation of Progress.” (D. Charney,
J. Coyle, K. Davis, C. Nemeroff, Eds.), p. 344-357, Lippencott Williams & Wilkins, in
press.
15. E. Reiman, R. D. Lane, C. Van Petten, P. A. Bandettini, Positron emission tomography
and functional magnetic resonance imaging, in "Handbook of Psychophysiology" (J.
T. Cacioppo, L. G. Tassinary, G. G. Berntson, Eds.), p. 85-118, Cambridge University
Press, New York, 2000.
16. P. A. Bandettini, R. M. Birn, K. M. Donahue, Functional MRI: background,
methodology, limits, and implementation, in "Handbook of Psychophysiology" (J. T.
Cacioppo, L. G. Tassinary, G. G. Berntson, Eds.), p. 978-1014, Cambridge University
Press, New York, 2000.
17. E. C. Wong, P. A. Bandettini, Simultaneous acquisition of multiple forms of fMRI
contrast in "Functional MRI" (C. Moonen, and P. Bandettini, Eds.), p. 183-192,
Springer - Verlag, 1999.
18. P. A. Bandettini, The temporal resolution of Functional MRI in "Functional MRI" (C.
Moonen, and P. Bandettini., Eds.), p. 205-220, Springer - Verlag,. 1999.
19. R. M. Birn, K. M. Donahue, P. A. Bandettini, Magnetic resonance imaging: principles,
pulse sequences, and functional imaging, in "Biomedical Uses of Radiation" (W.
Hendee, Ed.), Vol.1, Chapter 9. VCH-John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1999.
20. P. A. Bandettini, E. C. Wong, Magnetic resonance imaging of human brain function:
principles, practicalities, and possibilities, in "Neurosurgery Clinics of North America:
Functional Imaging" (M. Haglund, Ed.), p.345-371, W. B. Saunders Co., 1997.
21. P. A. Bandettini, E. C. Wong, Echo - planar magnetic resonance imaging of human
brain activation, in "Echo Planar Imaging: Theory, Technique, and Application" (F.
Schmitt, M. Stehling, R. Turner, Eds.), p.493-530, Springer - Verlag, Berlin, 1997.
22. P. A. Bandettini, J. R. Binder, E. A. DeYoe, J. S. Hyde, Sensory activation - induced
hemodynamic changes observed in the human brain with echo planar MRI, in
"Encyclopedia of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance" (D. Grant, R. Harris, Eds.), p.1051-
1056, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., New York, 1996.
23. P. A. Bandettini, J. R. Binder, E. A. DeYoe, S. M. Rao, A. Jesmanowicz, T. A. Hammeke,
V. A. Haughton, E. C. Wong, J. S. Hyde, Functional MRI using the BOLD approach:
dynamic characteristics and data analysis methods, in "Diffusion and Perfusion:
Magnetic Resonance Imaging" (D. L. Bihan, Ed.), p.351-362, Raven Press, New York,
1995.
24. P. A. Bandettini, E. C. Wong, J. R. Binder, S. M. Rao, A. Jesmanowicz, E. A. Aaron, T. F.
Lowry, H. M. Forster, R. S. Hinks, J. S. Hyde, Functional MRI using the BOLD approach:
applications, in "Diffusion and Perfusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging" (D. LeBihan,
Ed.), p.335-349, Raven Press, New York, 1995.

Books
1. Functional MRI, MIT Press (in preparation).
2. Functional MRI, (C. T. W. Moonen, P. A. Bandettini, Eds.), Springer - Verlag, Berlin
(1999).
3. P. A. Bandettini, Ph.D. Thesis: Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Human Brain
Activation using Endogenous Susceptibility Contrast, Biophysics Research
Institute, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (1994).

Patents
1. US Patent # 5603,332, Feb 18, 1997, Time Course MRI Imaging of Brain Functions.
Andrej Jesmanowicz, Peter A. Bandettini, James S. Hyde, Eric C. Wong

Presentations
1. August, 20
1. August, 2018 Nat’l Student Leadership Conference on Psych. & Neuro, American
University
2. June, 2018 Non-standard Brain Imaging Analysis Workshop, Singapore
3. June, 2018 NIH fMRI summer course - History, Basics, Present, and Future of fMRI
Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, Copenhagen, Denmark
4. April, 2018 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
5. Nov, 2017 Peking University, Beijing, China
6. Nov, 2017 Korean Human Brain Mapping Meeting, Seoul, South Korea
7. Nov, 2017 Korea University, Seoul, South Korea
8. Nov, 2017 Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, South Korea
9. Nov, 2017 Korean Academy of Science and Technology, Seoul, South Korea
10. Oct, 2017 Bioinformatics and Bioengineering Conference, Herndon, VA
11. Sept, 2017 NIH fMRI summer course – the future of fMRI
12. June, 2017 NIH fMRI summer course – fMRI Limits, Paradigms and Processing
13. June, 2017 NIH fMRI summer course – History of fMRI and neuroimaging
14. June, 2017 OHBM Symposium on the History of fMRI, Vancourver, BC
15. May, 2017 University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC
16. March, 2017 NIMH Investigator Series talk on Sharing, Bethesda, MD
17. March, 2017 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
18. Feb, 2017 Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN
19. Feb, 2017 Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
20. Dec, 2016 Emory & Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA
21. Sept, 2016 FMRIF BSC, Bethesda, MD
22. Aug, 2016 fMRI Course – future of fMRI and wrapup.
23. Aug, 2016 NIMH translational Neuropsychopharmacology Task Force Lecture
24. July, 2016 fMRI Course - fMRI methods that have not caught on
25. June, 2016 NIH fMRI summer course – Paradigms and Processing
26. May, 2016 NIH fMRI summer course – Spatial and Temporal Limits of fMRI
27. May, 2016 NIH fMRI summer course – History of fMRI
28. April, 2016 Neuroscience Symposium, George Mason University, MD
29. April, 2016 Fourth Annual Maryland Neuroimaging retreat, Baltimore, MD
30. Feb, 2016 International Neuropsychological Society Plenary, Boston, MA
31. Feb, 2016 International Neuropsychological Society Workshop, Boston, MA
32. Nov, 2015 MGH connectivity course, Martinos Center, Boston Navy Yard, MA
33. Oct, 2015 Stanford University, Stanford, CA
34. Oct, 2015 Talk to Neuroinformatics Core, NIH, Bethesda, MD
35. Sept, 2015 Core Facility BSC, Bethesda, MD
36. Sept, 2015 Presentation at Stein Lab at NIDA, Baltimore, MD
37. Sept, 2015 NIH fMRI summer course – contentious issues and future of fMRI
38. Aug, 2015 SAMSI workshop, Charlotte, NC
39. July, 2015 NIH fMRI summer course – fMRI methods that never caught on
40. July, 2015 NIH fMRI summer course – fMRI paradigms and processing methods.
41. June, 2015 Hawaii BrainSTIM workshop, Honolulu, HI
42. June, 2015 NIH fMRI summer course – temporal and spatial resolution
43. June, 2015 NIH fMRI summer course – course introduction and history of fMRI
44. May, 2015 MGH Martinos Center Brainmap Lectrue, Boston, MA
45. May, 2015 MGH multi-modal fMRI course, MGH
46. April, 2015 Take your child to work day, NIH
47. April, 2015 NeuroHIV Interest Group, NIH
48. Feb, 2015 University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
49. Jan, 2015 University of Arizona, Tucson
50. Dec, 2014 University of California, Irvine
51. Nov, 2014 NSF Workshop, Arlington, VA
52. Oct, 2014 Maryland Judicial Institute Course, Annapolis
53. Oct, 2014 Workshop of the Cuban Neuroscience Center, Havana, Cuba
54. Oct, 2014 Grand Rounds, Gastroenterology Department, MCW, Milwaukee, WI
55. Oct, 2014 Biophysics Department, MCW, Milwaukee, WI
56. Sept, 2014 Resting State Workshop, MIT, Boston, MA
57. Sept, 2014 NIH fMRI summer course – the future of fMRI
58. Sept, 2014 Talk to NIH residents
59. Aug, 2014 NIH fMRI summer course – contentious issues in fMRI
60. Aug, 2014 NIH fMRI summer course – fMRI methods that have not caught on
61. July, 2014 NIH fMRI summer course – fMRI on individual subjects
62. July, 2014 NIH fMRI summer course – fMRI paradigm designs and processing
63. June, 2014 ISMRM workshop on fMRI, Charleston, SC
64. June, 2014 NIH fMRI summer course - Contrast and Limits in Resolution in fMRI
65. June, 2014 NIH fMRI summer course - History of fMRI
66. May, 2014 Opening symposium, Maastricht Brain Imaging Center
67. March, 2014 Tour talk for Francis Collins
68. Feb, 2014 Burning Tree Elementary, Lunch with a Scientist
69. Feb, 2014 Max Planck Institute, Leipzig
70. Jan, 2014 UC Irvine, Irvine, CA
71. Dec, 2013 Fort Dietrich, Frederick, MD
72. Nov, 2013 Siemens online presentation
73. Oct, 2013 MGH Resting State Course
74. Oct, 2013 Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
75. Oct, 2013 Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
76. Sept, 2013 Outstanding Residents Tour Talk, NIH
77. Aug, 2013 NIH fMRI summer course – contentious issues in fMRI
78. Aug, 2013 NIH fMRI summer course – individual subjects
79. June, 2013 NIH fMRI summer course – fMRI contrast/development
80. June, 2013 NIH fMRI summer course – history of fMRI
81. April, 2013 University of Toronto, Baycrest Medical Center, Canada
82. April, 2013 Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues
83. March, 2013 Genetics in fMRI Conference, Turtle Bay, Oahu, HI
84. Feb, 2013 IEEE Medical Imaging Conference, Orlando, FL
85. Jan, 2013 Talk to NIMH leadership individual subject assessment
86. Jan, 2013 Talk to Biochemistry and Biophysics Center, NHLBI
87. Dec, 2012 MGH Resting State Course
88. Dec, 2012 Yale University, New Haven, CT
89. Nov, 2012 BSC review talk
90. Oct, 2012 Congress of Neurosurgery, Chicago
91. Sept, 2012 Resting State Workshop, Magdeburg, Germany
92. Aug, 2012 NIH fMRI summer course – future of fMRI
93. Aug, 2012 NIH fMRI summer course – contentious issues in fMRI
94. July, 2012 UCLA workshop – 20 years of fMRI
95. July, 2012 UCLA workshop – improvements, optimizations, and limits of fMRI
96. June, 2012 NIH fMRI summer course – fMRI development
97. June, 2012 NIH fMRI summer course – history of fMRI
98. June, 2012 Institute of Psychology, China
99. April, 2012 University of West Virginia – lecture 2
100. April, 2012 University of West Virginia – lecture 1
101. Feb, 2012 ISMRM Functional Brain Imaging Workshop, Whistler, BC
102. Dec, 2011 Maastricht, The Netherlands
103. Nov, 2011 Washington DC VA hospital grand rounds
104. Sept, 2011 National Science Foundation – future of fMRI
105. Sept, 2011 NIH fMRI summer course – future of fMRI
106. Sept, 2011 NIH fMRI summer course – contentious issues in fMRI
107. July, 2011 University of California, San Diego
108. July, 2011 Carnegie Mellon University
109. June, 2011 OHBM advanced fMRI course
110. June, 2011 NIH fMRI Summer Course – Basics of fMRI
111. June, 2011 NIH fMRI Summer Course – History of fMRI
112. April, 2011 Sickle Cell Disease Advisory Committee, Bethesda, MD
113. Feb, 2011 Functional MRI Core Facility Review Talk
114. Jan, 2011 Sigma Xi Sigma of Washington DC area talk
115. Dec, 2010 Pacific Rim fMRI Meeting, Turtle Bay, Oahu, HI
116. Oct, 2010 Outstanding Resident Talk and Tour, NIH
117. Sept, 2010 University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK
118. Sept, 2010 MCW workshop on resting state fMRI
119. August, 2010 NIH fMRI summer course – Future of fMRI
120. June, 2010 NIH fMRI summer course – Basics of fMRI
121. June, 2010 NIH fMRI summer course – History of fMRI
122. May, 2010 Erice, Sicily, Italy Workshop
123. May, 2010 ISMRM education session, Stockholm, Sweden
124. April, 2010 Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Canada
125. April, 2010 FIM lab meeting
126. Feb, 2010 University of Maryland, College Park, MD
127. Nov, 2009 Georgia Tech University, Atlanta, GA
128. Oct, 2009 CNTRICS Tools for brain imaging, Baltimore, MD
129. Oct, 2009 University of Minnesota
130. Oct , 2009 Outstanding fellow program tour, NIH
131. Oct, 2009 Washington VA Medical Center
132. Sept, 2009 15’th BC-ISMRM, Cardiff, UK
133. Aug, 2009 6’th annual IBMISP, Boston MA
134. July, 2009 University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
135. May, 2009 NINDS council meeting
136. April, 2009 Sligo Creek Elementary School
137. March, 2009 MCW Graduate Course
138. Feb, 2009 Journal Club for fMRI discussion group
139. Feb, 2009 NIMH IRP Seminar
140. Feb, 2009 Talk for French Embassy Representatives
141. Nov, 2008 Tour talk Norwegian contingent
142. Oct, 2008 Obesity Workshop
143. Oct, 2008 University of Colorado, Boulder
144. Sept, 2008 NIH Blueprint Workshop on Non-invasive Imaging
145. July, 2008 MERGe summer series lecture, NIH, Bethesda, MD
146. May, 2008 ISMRM symposium on unsolved problems
147. May, 2008 ISMRM education program
148. April, 2008 Fairhaven retirement community, Sykesville, MD
149. April, 2008 Overview of fMRI at NIH to MD, Ph.D. students
150. May, 2008 Indiana Neuroimaging Symposium, Indianapolis, IN
151. Feb, 2008 Medical College of Wisconsin
152. Feb, 2008 University of Michigan, MI
153. Feb, 2008 International Neuropsychology Society, Waikoloa, HI
154. Jan, 2008 Sigma Xi physics society
155. Jan, 2008 Georgetown University
156. Dec, 2007 McGovern Institute, Boston, MA
157. Nov, 2007 Board of Scientific Counselors (BSC) Review lecture
158. Oct, 2007 Tour talk to NIMH Outstanding Residents, NIH
159. Oct, 2007 Parmenides Lecture, Lake Chiemsee, Germany
160. August, 2007 MERGe summer series lecture, NIH, Bethesda, MD
161. August, 2007 National Research Council, Washington DC
162. June, 2007 OHBM Meeting Wrap-up, Chicago, IL
163. June, 2007 OHBM advanced fMRI course motivation
164. June, 2007 MCW fMRI Course, Milwaukee
165. May, 2007 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
166. April, 2007 NIDDK Obesity Research Conference, Bethesda, MD
167. April, 2007 NINDS Retreat, Arlie Conference Center, Arlie, VA
168. March, 2007 MCW Graduate Course in fMRI, Talk 2, Milwaukee, WI
169. March, 2007 Shorewood High School, Shorewood, WI
170. March, 2007 Lake Bluff Grade School, Shorewood, WI
171. Feb, 2007 MCW Graduate Course in fMRI, Talk 1, Milwaukee, WI
172. Jan, 2007 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
173. Jan, 2007 Presentation to the UGSP Scholars
174. Dec, 2006 FMRIF Review Talk
175. Nov, 2006 Max Plank fMRI school, Sorrento, Italy
176. Sept, 2006 Nicola Tesla Lecture, Mind and Brain V, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
177. Sept, 2006 Workshop on Advanced fMRI in Ji-Nan, China
178. Aug, 2006 West Potomac HS Area teachers meeting, Alexandria, VA.
179. Aug, 2006 fMRI Overview for Mark Hallett’s group.
180. June, 2006 Neural Correlates of Thinking, Elba, Italy
181. June, 2006 OHBM 2005 education program, Florence, Italy
182. May, 2006 MCW fMRI course, Milwaukee, WI
183. April, 2006 GE CRADA talk, GE Medical Systems, Milwaukee
184. April, 2006 NIH Monkey Journal Club
185. March, 2006 SMRT President’s Symposium, University of Virginia Medical Center
186. Feb, 2006 University of California San Diego, San Diego, CA
187. Feb, 2006 NIH FMRI discussion group
188. Jan, 2006 NIH Monkey Journal Club
189. Dec, 2005 Neural Information Processing Systems Workshop, Whistler, BC
190. Nov, 2005 Krasnow Institute, George Mason University, Washington DC
191. Oct, 2005 Tour talk to NIMH Outstanding Residents, NIH
192. Sept, 2005 The fMRI experience VII, Aston University, UK
193. Aug, 2005 NSF Security Evaluation Workshop, Arlington, VA
194. June, 2005 MCW fMRI course, Milwaukee, WI
195. June, 2005 OHBM 2005 education program, Toronto, CA
196. June, 2005 Brain 2005, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
197. May, 2005 American Psychiatric Association Meeting, Atlanta, GA
198. May, 2005 DIRP investigator seminar, NIH, Bethesda, MD
199. May, 2005 ISMRM 2005 education program, Miami, FL
200. April, 2005 NIH Director's Council of Public Representatives (COPR) tour
201. April, 2005 Williamsport High School, Williamsport, MD
202. April, 2005 Seneca Valley High School, Germantown, MD .
203. April, 2005 University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
204. April, 2005 Brain Connectivity Meeting, Boca Raton, FL
205. March, 2005 NIMH PI Retreat, FMRIF overview, Bethesda, MD
206. Feb, 2005 Marquette University Physics Department, Milwaukee, WI .
207. Feb, 2005 Functional MRI graduate course, MCW, Milwaukee, WI .
208. Jan, 2005 NINDS Incidental Findings Meeting, Bethesda, MD .
209. Jan, 2005 NIMH Outreach Partnership Program Meeting .
210. Nov, 2004 Max Plank fMRI school, Sorrento, Italy .
211. Nov, 2004 MCW fMRI course, Milwaukee, WI .
212. Sept, 2004 NIH extramural Inter-Institute Imaging Group, Bethesda
213. July, 2004 Gordon Conf: In Vivo MRI, Bates College, Maine
214. June, 2004 The Workshop on Brain Imaging and Health Comm. Research,
Bethesda
215. June, 2004 NIMH Extramural Neuroscience Seminar, Bethesda
216. June, 2004 OHBM 2004 education program, Budapest
217. June, 2004 MCW fMRI course, Milwaukee, WI
218. May, 2004 26’th Int’l Symposium, Functional Neuroimaging, Montreal CA.
219. April, 2004 NIH Director's Council of Public Representatives (COPR) tour
220. April, 2004 Third Int’l Symposium on Cognitive Neuroscience, Hong Kong,
China
221. March, 2004 Presentation for Carmelite Priests
222. March, 2004 NIMH Outreach Partnership Program Meeting
223. March, 2004 National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC
224. Feb, 2004 32’nd Annual International Neuropsychological Meeting,
Baltimore, MD.
225. Jan, 2004 Rutgers University, NJ
226. Nov, 2003 C.O.R.E. talk, NIH
227. Oct, 2003 Georgetown University, Washington DC
228. Oct, 2003 MCW fMRI course, Milwaukee, WI
229. Oct, 2003 University of Wisconsin, Madison
230. Oct, 2003 High Field Workshop, University of Minnesota
231. Sept, 2003 University of Udina, Italy
232. Sept, 2003 Bio imaging Conference, Chieti, Italy
233. Aug, 2003 fMRI discussion group, NIH
234. June, 2003 OHBM 2003 morning symposium, New York
235. June, 2003 Ampere XI conference, Zakopane, Poland
236. May, 2003 MCW fMRI course, Milwaukee, WI
237. May, 2003 Mitre Corporation, McClain, VA
238. April, 2003 LBC BSC Review presentation
239. March, 2003 fMRI Experience V, Kings College London, England
240. March, 2003 Springdale High School, Silver Spring, MD
241. Feb, 2003 NIH Cloisters, High School Teacher workshop,
242. Jan, 2003 Functional Imaging Laboratory, London, UK
243. Nov, 2002 UCLA Functional Brain Imaging Facility, LA, CA
244. Oct, 2002 Functional MRI graduate course, MCW, Milwaukee, WI
245. Oct, 2002 MCW fMRI course, Milwaukee, WI
246. Sept, 2002 Brainstorm 2002, Athens, Greece
247. Sept, 2002 West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
248. July, 2002 Key Laboratory of Cognitive Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
249. July, 2002 Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China
250. July, 2002 Summer School, Brain Sciences Institute, RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan
251. July, 2002 FMRI database workshop, Dartmouth University, NH.
252. June, 2002 Workshop fMRI and rehabilitation. Sugarloaf Conf. Cntr.,
Philadelphia, PA
253. June, 2002 MGH fMRI Course, MGH NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
254. June, 2002 “The Future of fMRI” OHBM 2002 Education Program, Sendai, JP.
255. May, 2002 FMRI Experience Conference, NIH, Bethesda, MD
256. May, 2002 MCW fMRI course, MCW, Milwaukee, WI
257. April, 2002 Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.
258. March, 2002 MGH fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
259. March, 2002 Yale University, New Haven, CT
260. Jan, 2002 fMRI Training Course, University of Texas, Dallas
261. Oct, 2001 Georgetown University, Washington DC
262. Oct, 2001 MCW fMRI course, Medical College of Wisc, Milwaukee, WI
263. Sept, 2001 Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD
264. Sept, 2001 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
265. Aug, 2001 Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China
266. Aug, 2001 International Cognitive Neuroscience Meeting, Beijing, China
267. July, 2001 FMRI database workshop, Dartmouth University, NH
268. June, 2001 MGH-APA fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
269. June, 2001 3T scanner inauguration meeting, San Giovanni Rotundo, Italy
270. June, 2001 Brindizzi, Italy
271. June, 2001 OHBM education program, Brighton, UK
272. June, 2001 Workshop on neurovascular coupling, Tokyo, JP
273. May, 2001 MCW fMRI course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
274. May, 2001 William and Mary University, Williamsburg, VA
275. April, 2001 fMRI Experience, Kings College, London, UK
276. Oct, 2000 Workshop on Understanding the BOLD, Chapel Hill, NC.
277. Oct, 2000 APA - fMRI Workshop, San Diego, CA
278. Oct, 2000 3T Opening Lecture, Melbourne, Australia
279. July, 2000 Lecture for Grafman group, NINDS, NIH Bethesda, MD
280. June, 2000 MGH-APA fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
281. June, 2000 OHBM course on fMRI, San Antonio, TX
282. June, 2000 MCW fMRI course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
283. May, 2000 Workshop on neurovascular coupling at Ringberg Castle, Germany
284. Feb, 2000 Marquette University Physics Department, Milwaukee, WI
285. Feb, 2000 MCW graduate course on fMRI contrast, Milwaukee, WI
286. Feb, 2000 Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
287. Feb, 2000 University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
288. Jan, 2000 Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut
289. Nov, 1999 MCW fMRI course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
290. Oct, 1999 NIH FAES course lecture
291. Oct, 1999 Integrative Neuroscience Seminar, Building 49, NIH
292. Sept. 1999 NIMH Intramural Retreat Lecture
293. Aug, 1999 Cold Spring Harbor course on Brain Mapping, NY
294. June, 1999 OHBM educational course lecture, Duesseldorf, Germany
295. June, 1999 MCW fMRI course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
296. Feb, 1999 Future of fMRI lecture at MCW.
297. Dec, 1998 Neuropsychopharmacology meeting lecture, Puerto Rico
298. Oct, 1998 MCW fMRI course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WO
299. Oct, 1998 Functional MRI Workshop Lectures, Rome, Italy
300. Aug, 1998 Biomag '98, Sendai, Japan
301. July, 1998 MCW fMRI course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
302. June, 1998 National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
303. June, 1998 Humboldt University, Charite Hospital, Berlin, Germany
304. May, 1998 Functional Brain Imaging Workshop, Helsinki, Finland
305. April, 1998 MGH traveling fMRI course, Melbourne, Australia
306. Feb, 1998 MGH Training Workshop Lectures, Kauai, HI
307. Feb, 1998 International Neuropsychology Society, Honolulu, HI
308. Dec, 1997 MGH traveling fMRI course, Caen, France
309. Oct, 1997 MCW fMRI course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
310. Oct, 1997 MGH fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
311. Oct, 1997 The Roland Institute, Cambridge, MA
312. Sept, 1997 Georgetown University, Washington D. C.
313. Sept, 1997 Arterial Spin Labeling Conference, NIH, Bethesda, MD
314. July, 1997 MGH traveling fMRI course, Oxford, England
315. July, 1997 MCW fMRI course, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
316. June, 1997 Functional MRI Conference, Trani, Italy
317. May, 1997 MGH traveling fMRI course, Perth, Australia
318. May, 1997 First Norwegian Symposium on fMRI of the Brain, Bergen, Norway
319. March, 1997 Third Midwest Course on fMRI, Minneapolis, MN
320. Feb, 1997 Marquette University Biomed Eng. Dept., Milwaukee, WI
321. Feb, 1997 Hitachi Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
322. Feb, 1997 fMRI Symposium, Tsukuba, Japan
323. Jan, 1997 University of California, San Diego, San Diego, CA
324. Jan, 1997 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
325. Oct, 1996 MGH fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
326. Oct, 1996 Norwegian Medical Physics Society Meeting, Oslo, Norway
327. Sept, 1996 Biophysics Research Institute, Milwaukee, WI
328. Sept, 1996 GE Medical Systems
329. Aug, 1996 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
330. June, 1996 MGH fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
331. June, 1996 fMRI2Day Workshop, Human Brain Mapping Meeting, Boston, MA
332. June, 1996 Santa Fe Institute, Complex Systems Summer School, Santa Fe, NM
333. Feb, 1996 Cornell University Medical Center, New York, NY
334. Feb, 1996 MGH fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
335. Jan, 1996 Human Brain Project, Wakula Springs, FL
336. Jan, 1996 Research Institute of Brain and Blood Vessels, Akita, Japan
337. Oct, 1995 MGH fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
338. Sept. 1995 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
339. June, 1995 MGH fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
340. May, 1995 M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
341. May, 1995 Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
342. April, 1995 Marquette University Physics Dept., Milwaukee, WI
343. Feb, 1995 MGH fMRI course, MGH-NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
344. Jan, 1995 McDonnell Pew Foundation, Tucson, AZ
345. Nov, 1994 Second Midwest Course on fMRI, Madison, WI
346. Oct, 1994 Ph. D. Dissertation Defense, Biophysics Research Institute, MCW
347. Sept, 1994 Macarthur Foundation, Chicago, IL
348. Aug, 1994 SMR mini – cat. course, San Francisco, CA
349. June, 1994 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
350. Feb, 1994 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
351. Dec, 1993 MGH - NMR Center, Charlestown, MA
352. Dec, 1993 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI
353. Dec, 1993 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
354. Nov, 1993 National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
355. Oct, 1993 Teknisk Aften, Oslo Norway
356. Oct, 1993 University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX
357. Sept, 1993 University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
358. Nov, 1993 First Midwest Course on fMRI, Milwaukee, WI
359. June, 1993 Functional MRI of the Brain, Arlington, VA
360. May, 1993 Medical College of Wisconsin Council Meeting, Milwaukee, WI
361. April, 1993 17th Annual Great Lakes Biomedical Conference, Racine, WI
362. Dec, 1992 Milwaukee County Hospital, Milwaukee, WI
363. Nov, 1992 Wisconsin Neurosurgeons Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI
364. Oct, 1992 Froedert Memorial Hospital, Milwaukee, WI
365. Oct, 1992 Charter Hospital, Sioux Falls, SD
366. Oct, 1992 McKennon Hospital, Sioux Falls, SD
367. July, 1992 GE Medical Systems, Milwaukee, WI
368. June, 1992 University of Chicago Hospital, Chicago, IL
369. March, 1992 Dissertation Outline Defense, Milwaukee, WI
370. Dec, 1991 University of Chicago Hospital, Chicago, IL
371. March, 1991 “Non-standard uses of EPI” Biophysics Dept., MCW