Molly G. Bright
Molly G. Bright
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Quantitative measurement of cerebral physiology using respiratory-calibrated MRI
DP Bulte, M Kelly, M Germuska, J Xie, MA Chappell, TW Okell, MG Bright, ...
Neuroimage 60 (1), 582-591, 2012
1742012
Is fMRI “noise” really noise? Resting state nuisance regressors remove variance with network structure
MG Bright, K Murphy
NeuroImage 114, 158-169, 2015
1222015
Reliable quantification of BOLD fMRI cerebrovascular reactivity despite poor breath-hold performance
MG Bright, K Murphy
Neuroimage 83, 559-568, 2013
1062013
Characterization of regional heterogeneity in cerebrovascular reactivity dynamics using novel hypocapnia task and BOLD fMRI
MG Bright, DP Bulte, P Jezzard, JH Duyn
Neuroimage 48 (1), 166-175, 2009
872009
Removing motion and physiological artifacts from intrinsic BOLD fluctuations using short echo data
MG Bright, K Murphy
Neuroimage 64, 526-537, 2013
802013
Potential pitfalls when denoising resting state fMRI data using nuisance regression
MG Bright, CR Tench, K Murphy
Neuroimage 154, 159-168, 2017
462017
Predicting haemodynamic networks using electrophysiology: The role of non-linear and cross-frequency interactions
P Tewarie, MG Bright, A Hillebrand, SE Robson, LE Gascoyne, PG Morris, ...
Neuroimage 130, 273-292, 2016
352016
The absolute CBF response to activation is preserved during elevated perfusion: Implications for neurovascular coupling measures
JR Whittaker, ID Driver, MG Bright, K Murphy
Neuroimage 125, 198-207, 2016
352016
The effect of basal vasodilation on hypercapnic and hypocapnic reactivity measured using magnetic resonance imaging
MG Bright, MJ Donahue, JH Duyn, P Jezzard, DP Bulte
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 31 (2), 426-438, 2011
352011
Arterial CO2 fluctuations modulate neuronal rhythmicity: implications for MEG and fMRI studies of resting-state networks
ID Driver, JR Whittaker, MG Bright, SD Muthukumaraswamy, K Murphy
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (33), 8541-8550, 2016
262016
Early anti-correlated BOLD signal changes of physiologic origin
MG Bright, M Bianciardi, JA de Zwart, K Murphy, JH Duyn
NeuroImage 87, 287-296, 2014
242014
Cerebral autoregulation evidenced by synchronized low frequency oscillations in blood pressure and resting-state fMRI
JR Whittaker, ID Driver, M Venzi, MG Bright, K Murphy
Frontiers in neuroscience 13, 433, 2019
92019
Multiparametric measurement of cerebral physiology using calibrated fMRI
MG Bright, PL Croal, NP Blockley, DP Bulte
Neuroimage 187, 128-144, 2019
72019
Cleaning up the fMRI time series: Mitigating noise with advanced acquisition and correction strategies
M Bright, K Murphy
NeuroImage 154, 1-3, 2017
72017
Absolute cerebral blood volume (CBV) quantification without contrast agents using inflow vascular-space-occupancy (iVASO) with dynamic subtraction
MJ Donahue, BJ MacIntosh, E Sideso, M Bright, J Kennedy, A Handa, ...
International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2009
62009
Vascular physiology drives functional brain networks
MG Bright, JR Whittaker, ID Driver, K Murphy
NeuroImage, 116907, 2020
42020
Changes in arterial cerebral blood volume during lower body negative pressure measured with MRI
JR Whittaker, MG Bright, ID Driver, A Babic, S Khot, K Murphy
Neuroimage 187, 166-175, 2019
42019
Ultra-high-field arterial spin labelling MRI for non-contrast assessment of cortical lesion perfusion in multiple sclerosis
RJ Dury, Y Falah, PA Gowland, N Evangelou, MG Bright, ST Francis
European radiology 29 (4), 2027-2033, 2019
32019
Beat-to-beat blood pressure fluctuations are present in time-frequency dynamics of resting-state fMRI
JR Whittaker, MG Bright, ID Driver, K Murphy
Proc Int Soc Magn Reson Med 24, 0309, 2016
22016
Spatially coupled functional and vascular networks
MG Bright, K Murphy
Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med 22, 0441, 2014
22014
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