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  1. 1. Curriculum Vitae JUNE 2002 Ravi S. Menon Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine c/o Imaging Research Laboratories The John P. Robarts Research Institute PO Box 5015, 100 Perth Drive London Ontario N6A 5K8, CANADA phone (519) 663-5777 x34148 fax (519) 663-3403 e-mail rmenon@irus.rri.on.ca Education: • University of British Columbia, B.Sc. (Physics Honours), 1984. • McGill University, M.Sc.(A) (Medical Physics), 1986, Project title: Quantitative Spin-Spin Relaxation Images in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Supervisor: Dr. Terry M. Peters. • University of Alberta, Ph.D. (Medicine), 1990, Thesis title: Some mechanisms of water proton NMR relaxation in model tissue systems, Supervisor: Dr. Peter S. Allen. • University of Minnesota, Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, Post-Doctoral Fellow, 1990-1992, Supervisor: Dr. Kamil Ugurbil. Continuing Education: Conference and professional annual meeting attendance (selected) Continuing Education attended 1990 Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, NY. 1991 Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, San Francisco, CA. 1992 International Society of Magnetic Resonance, Vancouver, BC. 1992 Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Berlin, Germany. 1993 Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, NY. 1993 Experimental NMR Conference, St. Louis, MO. 1993 SMRM fMRI Workshop, Arlington VA. 1994 MR Angio Workshop, East Lansing, MI. 1994 Society of Magnetic Resonance, San Francisco, CA. 1994 Society for Neuroscience, Miami Beach, FL. 1995 Society of Magnetic Resonance, Nice, France. 1995 Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA. 1996 Human Brain Mapping Meeting, Boston, MA. 1996 Rotman Research Institute Functional Neuroimaging Workshop, Toronto, ONT. 1996 Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, London, ONT. 1996 International Workshop on Functional Brain Mapping, Fukui, Japan. 1996 MR Angio Workshop, Rome, Italy. 1996 Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. 1997 Principles and Applications of High Field MRI & MRS techniques, Minneapolis, MN. 1997 International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vancouver, BC. 1997 Human Brain Mapping Meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark. 1997 McDonnell Pew Meeting in Cognitive Neuroscience, Oxford, UK. 1997 ISMRM Fast Imaging Workshop, Asilomar, CA. 1997 Intrinsic Signals Workshop, Toronto, ONT. 1997 Lawson Research Institute International Symposium, London, ONT. 1998 International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, Australia. 1998 International Conference on Human Brain Mapping, Montreal, QUE. 1998 Canadian Association of Radiologists, Halifax, NS.
  2. 2. 1998 Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, QUE. 1998 Canadian Organization of Medical Physics, London, ONT. 1998 Japan Neuroscience Association, Lake Kawaguchi, Japan. 1998 1998 Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL. 1999 NIDDK Imaging Workshop, Washington, D.C. 1999 International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philidelphia, PA 1999 International Society of Behavioural Neuroscience, Santorini, Greece 1999 High Field Symposium, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. 1999 NMR Microscopy Meeting, Tsukuba, Japan. 1999 National Foundation for Functional Brain Imaging, Albuquerque, NM. 2000 Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies at UBC, Vancouver, Canada. 2000 Human Brain Mapping Workshop, San Antonio, TX. 2000 Cambridge Intersociety Conference of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Cambridge, UK. 2000 IEEE-APBME Conference, Hangzhou, PRC. 2000 MRI Institute for Biomedical Research, Workshop, Chapel Hill, NC. 2001 James S. McDonnell Foundation Workshop on fMRI, St. Louis, MO. 2001 International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Glasgow, Scotland. 2001 International Society for Neurochemistry, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2001 Minnesota Workshops on High Field MRI/MRS, Minneapolis, MN. Faculty Development attended 1995 Robarts Research Institute Professional Development Seminars. Academic/Employment History: 7/80-8/80 Technician, Department of Geophysics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia. 5/81-8/81 Technician, Department of Geophysics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia. 5/82-8/82 Technical Research Assistant, Department of Geophysics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia. 5/83-8/83 Research Assistant, Department of Physics, University of British Columbia. 5/84-8/84 Research Assistant, Department of Physics, University of British Columbia. 5/85-8/85 Research Assistant, Department of Physics and Department of Radiology, University of British Columbia. 8/85-4/86 Tutorial Assistant, McGill University. 5/86-8/86 Research Scientist, Forintek Canada Corporation. 9/86-8/90 Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Student Fellowship, In-vivo NMR Group, University of Alberta. 9/87-4/89 Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics, University of Alberta. 8/90-12/92 Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Minnesota. 9/90-12/92 Research Associate, Department of Biochemistry, University of Minnesota. 1/93-8/93 Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, University of Minnesota. 8/93-7/94 Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology, University of Minnesota. 6/94- Scientist, Robarts Research Institute. 8/94-8/99 Medical Research Council of Canada Scholar, RRI. 9/94-6/98 Assistant Professor, Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, The University of Western Ontario. 4/95-6/98 Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Biophysics, The University of Western Ontario. 7/96- Adjunct Professor, Department of Physics, The University of Western Ontario. 7/96- Member, Graduate Program in Neuroscience, The University of Western Ontario. 7/97-6/00 Honorary Professor, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, The University of Western Ontario. 7/98-6/02 Associate Professor, Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, The University of Western Ontario. 7/98-6/02 Associate Professor, Department of Medical Biophysics, The University of Western Ontario. 7/02- Professor, Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, The University of Western Ontario. 7/02- Professor, Department of Medical Biophysics, The University of Western Ontario 7/02- Professor, Department of Psychiatry, The University of Western Ontario. 2
  3. 3. Awards, Honours, Fellowships and Scholarships: 1983 Dean of Science Travel Fund Award (UBC). 1983 UBC Physics Society Travel Award. 1986 McGill University Tuition Waiver. 1986-1990 Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Full-Time Studentship and Research Allowance (University of Alberta). 1987 Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research Travel Award (University of Alberta). 1987 Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Student Travel Award. 1988 Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Student Travel Award. 1990-1993 Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Full-Time Fellowship and Research Allowance. 1994 Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, Scholarship, Operating Grant and Major Equipment Grant (declined) 1994-1999 Medical Research Council of Canada Scholarship. 1994-1996 Medical Research Council of Canada Research Allowance. 1997 ISI Science, Citation Classic for 1992 PNAS paper. 1999 ISI Science, Citation Classic for 1993 Biophys. J. paper. 1999-2004 Premier’s Research Excellence Award 1999 Dean’s Award of Excellence, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, UWO, London Advanced Imaging Group, Team Award 2000 ISI Science, Citation Classic for 1993 MRM paper. 2000 Featured as 1 of 57 leading historical & contemporary Canadian medical scientists in The Assoc. of Canadian Medical Colleges/The Assoc. of Canadian Teaching Hospitals/The Alumni & Friends of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Canada and Partners in Research: Year 2000 Calendar “A Celebration of Canadian Healthcare Research.” 2001- Canada Research Chair in Functional Neuroimaging 2001- Ontario Distinguished Researcher Award 2002 Young Explorers Prize (One of Canada’s top twenty researchers aged forty or under), The Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Scholarly and Professional Activities: Professional Society Memberships and Offices Held • International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. • Society for Neuroscience. • Organization of Human Brain Mapping. • International Society of Behavioral Neuroscience. Roles on Review Boards of Journals and Granting Agencies 1990 Reviewer, Canadian Journal of Sports Medicine 1990-1992 Grant Reviewer, Sterling-Winthrop Research Institute (Canada) 1992- Reviewer, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 1993- Reviewer, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 1993- Grant Reviewer, Medical Research Council (Canada 1994 Ad-hoc Member, NIH Clinical Sciences 2 Study Section (USA) 1995- Grant Reviewer, National Sciences and Engineering Research Council (Canada) 1995- Grant Reviewer, Muscular Dystrophy Association (Canada) 1995- Reviewer, Journal of Neurophysiology 1996- Grant Reviewer, Whitaker Biomedical Engineering Foundation (USA) 1997- Grant Reviewer, National Science Foundation (USA) 1997-1999 Member of Fellowships “C” Committee, MRC (Canada) 1997 Internal Reviewer on Behavioral Sciences “A” Panel MRC (Canada) 1997 Ad-hoc Member, NIH CNBP Study Section, NIH/NIMH (USA) 1997- Reviewer, Radiology 1998- Reviewer, Human Brain Mapping 1998- Reviewer, Neuroimage 1998-2000 Member, Neurosciences “A” Panel, MRC (Canada) 3
  4. 4. 1998 Chair, NIH Special Emphasis Panel, NIH/NIMH (USA) 1998- Reviewer, Human Frontier Science Program Organization 1999- Reviewer, Neuron 1999- Reviewer, Journal of Neurosurgery 1999- Reviewing Editor, Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry: Instrumentation and Applications. (EAC), John Wiley and Sons, U 2000 Reviewer, Imaging Special Panel, Canada Foundation for Innovation 2000 Internal Reviewer, MRC Multi-user Maintenance Panel 2000 Invited Member, Behavioural Sciences “A” Panel, CIHR (Canada) 2001.2003 Canada Research Chair Program College of Reviewers 2001 Reviewer, NIH VISB Study Section 2001- Reviewer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) Editorial Boards 2001- Editorial Board, Neuropsychologia Consulting and Professional Activities 1994 Advanced Imaging Consultant, National Science Foundation (USA). 1997 Member of MRC Neuroscience Mission to Japan. 1997 Integration Team Member MRC Canada-Japan Joint Neuroscience Initiative. 1997 Organizer of session on neuroimaging studies of motor control. McDonnell-Pew Meeting in Oxford, England. 2001 Neuro Discovery Science Board, Neurodiscovery Inc. 2001 Founder and Partner, XL Resonance Partners. Advisory Boards Primate MRI Laboratory, University of Alabama, Birmingham FMRI Laboratory, The University of California, Berkeley ACR MRI Glossary Working Committee Service to the Community • Founding (1994) member, Medical Futures Forum (public medical and research issues education forum sponsored by LHSC Foundation). • Fundraising and science talks, London Health Sciences Center Foundation. • RRI On the Road to Discovery Seminar Series. • General science talks, UWO Alumni Association. • Oxford County Science Fair UWO representative. • Science talks and displays to area high schools. • Open houses for RRI school programs and Let’s Talk Science. • Featured Speaker, UWO Community Breakfast. • Ambassador UWO Annual Community Meeting. Committee Memberships: University 1999-2000 Search Committee member for Primate Neurophysiologist, The University of Western Ontario. 1999-2000 Search Committee member for Computational Neuroscientist, The University of Western Ontario. Faculty 1997-2000 Program Committee, Graduate Program in Neuroscience. Department 1990 Search Committee student member for Chair of Biomedical Engineering, University of Alberta. Research Institute/Hospital 1995-1996 A. M. Cuddy Wing Construction Committee (Robarts Research Institute). 4
  5. 5. 1997 Search Committee for Chief of CNS, LHSC/The University of Western Ontario. 1999 Search Committee for SFRI Neonatal Scientist, Lawson Research Institute. 2001 RRI Building Expansion Construction Committee (Robarts Research Institute). Graduate Student and Research Trainee Supervision: Included in Teaching Dossier. Contributions to Teaching and Education: Included in Teaching Dossier. Research Focus: • Development of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) techniques and technology at 4 Tesla. New Radio Frequency coils, imaging methods that exploit deoxyhemoglobin contrast and perfusion, post-processing methodologies to optimize contrast, high spatial and temporal resolution fMRI methods, biophysics of the BOLD effect. • Applications of fMRI to Cognitive Neuroscience, particularly in visual neuroscience. Brain motion processing, object recognition, lower and higher visual processing and interactions with the motor system, motor learning, plasticity, columnar structure. • Development of multinuclear imaging and spectroscopy techniques for the characterization of brain function and metabolism at Tesla. Intra and extracellular sodium imaging, phosphorus spectroscopy for high energy phosphates and membrane biochemistry, proton metabolite imaging. • Clinical applications of fMRI and multinuclear spectroscopy at 4 Tesla. Schizophrenia, stroke, ALS, dyslexia, PTSD, presurgical planning in epilepsy, cancer, diabetes. Publications: Articles in peer-reviewed journals 1. Menon, R. S., MacKay, A.L., Hailey, J.R.T. and Bloom, M. An NMR determination of physiological water distribution in wood during drying. J. Appl. Poly. Sci. 33:1141-1155, (1987). 2. Menon, R. S., MacKay, A.L., Flibotte, S. and Hailey, J.R.T. Quantitative separation of NMR images of water in wood on the basis of T2. J. Mag. Reson. 82:205-210, (1989). 3. Menon, R. S. and Allen, P.S. Solvent proton relaxation of aqueous solutions of the serum proteins 2- Macroglobulin, Fibrinogen and Albumin, Biophys. J. 57:389-396, (1990). 4. Flibotte, S., Menon, R. S., MacKay, A.L. and Hailey, J.R.T. Proton magnetic resonance of western red cedar. Wood and Fiber Science. 22:362-376, (1990). 5. Menon, R. S., Rusinko, M.S. and Allen, P.S. Multiexponential proton relaxation in model cellular systems. Magn. Reson. Med. 20:196-213, (1991). 6. Menon, R. S. and Allen, P.S. Application of continuous relaxation time distributions to the fitting of data from model systems and excised tissue. Magn. Reson. Med. 20:214-227, (1991). 7. Menon, R. S., Rusinko, M.S. and Allen, P.S. Proton relaxation studies of water compartmentalization in a model neurological system. Magn. Reson. Med. 28:264-274, (1992). 8. Ogawa, S., Tank, D.W., Menon, R. S., Ellermann, J.M., Kim, S-G., Merkle, H and Ugurbil, K. Intrinsic signal changes accompanying sensory stimulation: Functional brain mapping using MRI. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA), 89:5951-5955, (1992). 9. Menon, R. S., Hendrich, K., Hu, X. and Ugurbil, K. 31P NMR Spectroscopy of the human heart at 4 Tesla; Detection of uncontaminated cardiac spectra and differentiation of subepicardium and subepicardium. Magn. Reson. Med. 26:368-376, (1992). 10. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S., Kim, S-G., Ellermann, J. E., Merkle, H., Tank, D.W. and Ugurbil, K. Functional brain mapping using MRI: Signal changes accompanying visual stimulation. Invest. Radiol. 27:S47-S53, (1992). 11. Ogawa, S., Menon, R. S., Tank, D.W., Kim, S-G., Merkle, H., Ellermann, J. M., and Ugurbil, K. Functional brain mapping by Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Some characteristics of the stimulation induced signal change. Biophys. J. 64:803-812, (1993). 12. Kim, S.-G., Ashe, J., Georgopoulos, A., Merkle, H., Ellermann, J. M., Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S. and Ugurbil, K. Functional imaging of human motor cortex at high magnetic field, J. Neurophysiology, 69:297-302, 5
  6. 6. (1993). 13. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S., Tank, D.W. and Ugurbil, K. 4 Tesla gradient-recalled echo-time dependence of photic stimulation induced signal changes in the human primary visual cortex. Magn. Reson. Med. 30:380- 386, (1993). 14. Ugurbil, K., Garwood, M., Ellermann, J., Hendrich, K., Hinke, R., Hu, X., Kim, S.-G., Menon, R. S., Merkle, H., Ogawa, S., Salmi, R. Imaging at high magnetic fields: Initial experiences at 4 T. Magn. Reson. Quart. 9:259-277, (1993). 15. Ugurbil, K, Ogawa, S., Menon, R.S., Kim, S.-G., Hu, X, Hinke, R., Ellermann, J., Hendrich, K., Merkle, H., Andersen, P., Salmi, R., Adriany, G. and Strupp, J. Mapping human brain activity noninvasively by nuclear magnetic resonance. Excerpta Medica International Congress Series 1054:3-22, (1994). 16. Hendrich, K., Hu, X., Menon, R. S., Camarata, P., Heros, R. and Ugurbil, K. Spectroscopic imaging with 2-D FSW using circular voxels. J. Magn. Reson. Series B. B105:225-232, (1994). 17. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S., Strupp, J.P., Anderson, P. and Ugurbil, K. BOLD based functional MRI at 4 Tesla includes a capillary bed contribution: Echo-planar imaging timecourse mirrors previous optical imaging using intrinsic signals. Magn. Reson. Med. 33:453-459, (1995). 18. Lee, J.H., Garwood, M., Menon, R.S., Andersen, P., Truwit, C.L. and Ugurbil, K. High contrast and fast 3D magnetic resonance imaging at high fields, Magn. Reson. Med. 34:308-312, (1995). 19. Hu X, Erhard P, Kim S-G, Menon R. S. , Andersen P, Adriany G, Strupp J and Ugurbil K. A comparison of T2*-weighted sequences for functional MRI. Int. J. Imaging Sys. Tech, 6:184-190, (1995). 20. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S. and Ugurbil, K. High temporal resolution studies of the human primary visual cortex at 4 Tesla: Teasing out the oxygenation contribution in fMRI. Int. J. Imaging Sys. Tech, 6:209-215, (1995). 21. Hochachka, P. W., Clark, C.M., Holden, J. E., Stanley, C., Ugurbil, K. and Menon, R.S. 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the sherpa heart: A PCr/ATP signature of metabolic defence against hypobaric hypoxia, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA), 93:1215-1220, (1996). 22. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S., Strupp, J. P. and Ugurbil, K. Ocular dominance columns in human V1 demonstrated by functional magnetic resonance imaging, J. Neurophys. 77:2780-2787, (1997). 23. Humphrey, G. K., Goodale, M. A., Bowen, C. V., Gati, J. S., Vilis, T., Rutt, B. K. and Menon, R. S. Differences in perceived shape from shading correlate with activity in early visual areas. Current Biology 7:144-147, (1997). 24. Goodyear, B. G., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. The functional scout image: immediate mapping of cortical function at 4 T using receiver phase cycling, Magn. Reson. Med. 38:183-186, (1997). 25. Menon, R. S., Thomas, C. G. and Gati, J. S. Investigation of BOLD contrast in fMRI using multi-shot EPI, NMR in biomed. 10, 179-182, (1997). 26. Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S., Ugurbil, K and Rutt, B. K. Experimental determination of the BOLD field strength dependence in vessels and tissue, Magn. Reson. Med. 38:296-302, (1997). 27. Ogawa, S., Kim, S.-G., Ugurbil, K. and Menon, R. S. On the characteristics of fMRI in the brain, Ann. Revs. of Biophysics and Biomolecular Structure. 27:447-474, (1998). 28. Goodyear, B. G. and Menon, R. S. The effect of luminance contrast on BOLD fMRI response in human primary visual areas, J. Neurophysiology. 79:2204-2207, (1998). 29. Thomas, C. and Menon, R. S. Amplitude response and stimulus presentation frequency response of human primary visual cortex using BOLD EPI at 4 Tesla, Magn. Reson. Med. 40:203-209, (1998). 30. Menon, R. S., Luknowsky, D. L., Gati, J. S. Mental chronometry using latency-resolved functional magnetic resonance imaging. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci (U.S.A.) 95:10902-10907, (1998). 31. Menon, R. S., Gati, J. S., Goodyear, B. G., Luknowsky, D. C. and Thomas, C. G. Spatial and temporal resolution of functional magnetic resonance imaging, Biochem. Cell Biol. 76:1-12, (1998). 32. Humphrey, G. K., James, T. W., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. and Goodale, M. A. Perception of the McCollough Effect correlates with activity in extrastriate cortex: A functional MRI study. Psychological Science. 10:444- 448, (1999). 33. Menon, R. S. and Goodyear, B. G. Submillimeter functional localization in human striate cortex using BOLD contrast at 4 Tesla: Implications for the vascular point-spread function. Magn. Reson. Med. 41:230-235, (1999). 34. Culham, J. C., Dukelow, S. P., Vilis, T., Hassard, F. A., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. and Goodale, M. A. Recovery of fMRI activation in motion areas MT following storage of the motion aftereffect. J. Neurophysiology. 81:388-393, (1999). 35. James, T. W, Humphrey, G. K., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. and Goodale, M. A. Repetition priming and the time course of object recognition: An fMRI study. Neuro Report. 10:1019-1023, (1999). 36. Servos, P., Engel, S. A., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. fMRI evidence for an inverted face representation in human somatosensory cortex. Neuro Report. 10:1393-1395, (1999). 37. Ploghaus, A, Tracey, I., Gati, J., Clare, S., Menon, R. S, Matthews, P. M. and Rawlins, J. N. P. Dissociating pain from its anticipation in the human brain. Science. 284:1979-1981 (1999). 38. Menon, R. S. and Kim, S-G. Spatial and temporal limits in cognitive neuroimaging with fMRI. Trends in 6
  7. 7. Cognitive Sciences. 3:207-216, (1999). 39. Gareau, P. J., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S., Lee, D., Rice, G., Mitchell, J. R., Mandelfino, P. and Karlik, S. J. Reduced visual evoked responses in multiple sclerosis patients with optic neuritis: comparison of functional magnetic resonance imaging and visual evoked potentials. Multiple Sclerosis. 5:161-164, (1999). 40. Strong, M. J., Grace, G. M., Orange, J. B., Leeper, H. A., Menon, R. S. and Aere, C. A prospective study of cognitive impairment in ALS. Neurology. 53:1665-1670, (1999). 41. King, A. B., Menon, R. S., Hachinski, V. and Cechetto, D. F. Human forebrain activation by visceral stimuli. J. Comparitive Neurology. 413:572-582, (1999). 42. Richter, W., Somorjai, R., Summers, R., Jarmasz, M., Tegeler, C., Ugurbil, K., Georgopoulos, A.P., Menon, R. S., Gati, J. S. and Kim, S-G. Motor area activity during mental rotation studied by time-resolved single- trial fMRI. J. of Cognitive Neuroscience. 12:310-320, (2000). 43. Goodyear, B. G., Nicolle, D. A., Humphrey, G. K. and Menon, R. S. BOLD fMRI response of early visual areas to perceived contrast in human amblyopia. J. Neurophysiology. 84:1907-1913, (2000). 44. Barberi, E. A., Gati, J. S., Rutt, B. K. and Menon, R. S. A transmit-only/receive-only (TORO) RF system for high-field MRI/MRS applications. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 43:284-289, (2000). 45. Bartha, R., Williamson, P. C., Drost, D., Menon, R. S., Mall, A. and Neufeld, R. W. J. Medial prefrontal glutamine and dreaming. British Journal of Psychiatry. 175:288-289, (1999). 46. Bartha, R., Drost, D.J., Menon, R. S. and Williamson, P. C. Comparison of the quantification precision of human short echo time 1 H spectroscopy at 1.5 and 4.0 tesla. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 44:185-192, (2000). 47. Wilkinson, F., James, T. W., Wilson, H. R., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. and Goodale, M. A. An fMRI study of the selective activation of human extrastriate form vision areas by radial and concentric gratings. Current Biology. 10:1455-1458, (2000). 48. Connolly, J., Goodale, M., Desouza, J., Menon, R. and Vilis, T. A comparison of frontoparietal fMRI activation during anti-saccades and anti-pointing. Journal of Neurophysiology. 84:1645-1655, (2000). 49. Bartha, R., Drost, D. J., Menon, R. S. and Williamson, P. C. Spectroscopic lineshape correction by QUECC: combined QUALITY deconvolution and eddy current correction. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 44:641- 645, (2000). 50. James, T. W., Humphrey, G. K., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. and Goodale, M. A. The effects of visual object priming on brain activation before and after recognition. Current Biology. 10:1017-1024, (2000). 51. DeSouza, J. F. X., Dukelow, S. P., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S., Andersen, R. A. and Vilis, T. Eye position signal modulates a human parietal pointing region during memory-guided movements. The Journal of Neuroscience. 20:5835-5840, (2000). 52. Martin, R. E., Goodyear, B. G., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. Cerebral cortical representation of automatic and volitional swallowing in humans. Journal of Neurophysiology. 85:938-950, (Feb 2001). 53. Goodyear, B. G. and Menon, R. S. Brief visual stimulation allows mapping of ocular dominance in visual cortex using fMRI. Human Brain Mapping. 14:210-217, (2001). 54. Lanius, R. A., Williamson, P. C., Densmore, M., Boksman, K., Gupta, M. A., Neufeld, R. W., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. Neural correlates of traumatic memories in posttraumatic stress disorder: A functional MRI investigation. Am J Psychiatry, 158:1920-1922, (2001). 55. Dukelow, S. P., DeSouza, J. F. X., Culham, J. C., van den Berg, A. V., Menon, R. S. and Vilis, T. Distinguishing subregions of the human mt+ complex using visual fields and pursuit eye movements. The Journal of Neurophysiology, 86:1991-2000, (2001). 56. Menon, R. S. Imaging function in the working brain with fMRI. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 11:630- 636, (2001). 57. Goodyear, B. G., Nicolle, D. A. and Menon, R. S. High-resolution fMRI of ocular dominance columns within the visual cortex of human amblyopes. Strabismus. Accepted 58. Jensen, J. E., Drost, D. J., Neufeld, R. W. J., Menon, R. S., Al-Semann, Y. M., Williamson, P. C. and Schaeffer, B. Region-specific changes in phospholipid metabolism in chronic, medicated schizophrenics. 31P-MRS study at 4.0 Tesla. British Journal of Psychiatry, 180:39-44, (2002). 59. Menon, R. S. Post-acquisition suppression of large vessel BOLD signals in high-resolution fMRI. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 47:1-9 (2002). 60. James, T. W., Humphrey, G. K., Gati, J. S., Servos, P., Menon, R. S. and Goodale, M. A. Haptic study of three-dimensional objects activates extrastriate visual areas. Neuropsychologia. 40:1706-1714 (2002). 61. Lanius, R. A., Williamson, P. C., Boksman, K., Densmore, M., Gupta, M. A., Neufeld, R. W. J., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. Brain activation during script-driven imagery induced dissociative responses in PTSD: A functional MRI investigation. Biological Psychiatry. In Press 62. Klassen, L. M., MacIntosh, B. J. and Menon, R. S. Influence of hypoxia on wavelength dependence of differential pathlength and near infrared quantification. Physics in Medicine and Biology. 47:1573-1589 (2002). 63. Sharma V., Menon, R. S., Carr, T. J., Densmore, M., Mazmanian, D. and Williamson, P.C. An MRI study of 7
  8. 8. subgenual prefrontal cortex in patients with familial and non-familial bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders. Accepted 64. Jensen, J. E., Drost, D. J., Menon, R. S. and Williamson, P. C. In-vivo Brain P MRS: Measuring the phospholipid resonances at 4 tesla from small voxels. NMR in Biomedicine. Accepted 65. Lanius, R. A., Williamson, P. C., Densmore, M., Boksman K., Gupta, M. A., Neufeld, R. W. J., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. Neural bases of emotion dysregulation in posttraumatic stress disorder: A functional MRI investigation. Biological Psychiatry. Accepted 66. Tracey, I., Ploghaus, A., Gati, J. S., Clare, S., Smith, S., Menon, R. S. and Matthews P. M. Imaging attentional modulation of pain in the periaqueductal gray in humans. The Journal of Neuroscience. 22:2748- 2752 (2002). 67. Théberge, J., Bartha, R., Drost, D., Menon, R. S., Malla, A., Takhar, J., Neurfeld, R. W., Rogers, J., Pavlosky, W., Schaefer, B., Densmore, M., Al-Semaan, Y. and Williamson, P. Glutamate and glutamine in the anterior cingulate and thalamus of never-treated schizophrenic patients and healthy volunteers using proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy at 4.0 tesla. American Journal of Psychiatry. Accepted 68. James, T. W., Humphrey, G. K., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. and Goodale, M. A. Differential effects of viewpoint on object-driven activation in dorsal and ventral streams. Neuron. In Press 69. Topolovec, J., Heath, K., Badner, N., Gelb, A. W., Menon, R. S., Cechetto, D. F. Forebrain effects of narcotics and NSAIDs on Pain Perception: an fMRI study. Anaesthesia and Analgesia. Submitted 70. Graydon, F. X., Friston, K. J., Thomas, C. G., Brooks, V. B. and Menon, R. S. Learning-related activation changes during visually-guided motor learning identified with fMRI. Journal of Neurophysiology. Submitted 71. Thomas, C. G., Harshman, R. A. and Menon, R. S. Noise reduction in BOLD-based fMRI using component analysis. NeuroImage. Accepted. 72. Dukelow, S. P., DeSouza, J. F. X., Culham, J. C., van den Berg, A. V., Goltz, H. C., Goossens, H. H. L. M., Menon, R. S. and Vilis, T. Somatosensory, visual motion and eye movement responses in human extrastriate cortex. Cerebral Cortex. Submitted 73. DeSouza, J. F. X., Menon, R. S. and Everling, S. Neural correlates for preparatory set associated with pro- saccades and anti-saccades in humans investigated with event-related fMRI. Journal of Neuroscience. Submitted 74. Topolovec, J., Heath, K., Badner, N., Gelb, A. W., Menon, R. S. and Cechetto, D. F. The discriminative and affective components of pain: differential effects of remifentanil and ketorolac on pain perception using fMRI. Pain. Submitted 75. Lanius, R. A., Williamson, P. C., Hopper, J., Densmore, M., Koksman, K., Gupta, M. A., Neufeld, R. W. J., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. Recall of emotional states in posttraumatic stress disorder: A functional MRI investigation. American Journal of Psychiatry. Submitted. Chapters in Books and Symposia 1. Ellermann, J., Garwood, M., Hendrich, K., Hinke, R., Hu, X., Kim, S.-G., Menon, R. S., Merkle, H., Ogawa, S. and Ugurbil, K. Functional Imaging of the Brain by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: In: NMR in Physiology and Biomedicine, R. J. Gillies (ed.), Academic Press, San Diego (1994). 2. Menon, R. S. Coronary Heart Disease, Clinical Results from 4 T Systems: In: Advanced Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Examination, N. Wilke (ed.), Kulwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (1995). 3. Menon, R. S., Kim, S-G., Hu, X., Ogawa, S., and Ugurbil, K. Functional MRI using the Bold Approach: Field Strength and Sequence Issues, In: Diffusion and Perfusion Imaging, D. Le Bihan (ed.), Raven Press, New York (1995). 4. Gati, J. S., Rutt, B. K. and Menon, R. S. Field Strength dependence of functional MRI Signals, In: Medical Radiology-Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Oncology Volume, Functional MRI, C. Moonen and P. A. Bandettini (eds), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg (1998). 5. Menon, R. S. Spatial and Temporal Resolution in fMRI: In: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain: Methods for Neuroscience, P. Jezzard, P. Matthews and A. C. Evans (eds), Oxford University Press (2000). Abstracts and Conference Proceedings (Updated to approximately mid 2001 – may not be totally inclusive. Current number of abstracts exceeds 110). 1. Menon, R. S. 1/f Noise in Organic Semiconductors. 19th Annual Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference, Toronto, 1983. 2. Hailey, J.R.T., Menon, R. S. and MacKay, A.L. NMR Scanning for Wood Characterization. 5th Symposium on Non-Destructive Testing, Pullman, Washington, 1985. 3. Menon, R. S., Hailey, J.R.T., MacKay, A.L., Burgess, A.E. and Swanson, J.S. Internal Scanning of Wood 8
  9. 9. Using X-Ray Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Conference on Internal Defect Scanning in Logs, Oslo, 1985. 4. Menon, R.S. and Allen, P.S. Proton Relaxation in Aqueous solutions of Fibrinogen and å2-Macroglobulin. 7th Meeeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, 1987. 5. Menon, R. S. and Allen, P.S. Discrimination Between Proteins in Aqueous Solution using Relaxation Data. 8th Annual Heritage Medical Research Days, Edmonton, 1987. 6. Menon, R. S., Rusinko, M.S. and Allen, P.S. Proton Relaxation in Cellular Model Edema Systems. 8th Annual Heritage Medical Research Days, Edmonton, 1988. 7. Menon, R. S., Rusinko, M.S. and Allen, P.S. Proton Relaxation in Cellular Model Edema Systems. 2nd European Conference on NMR in Medicine and Biology, Berlin, 1988. 8. Menon, R. S., Rusinko, M.S. and Allen, P.S. Proton Relaxation in Cellular Model Systems. 7th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, San Francisco, 1988. 9. Menon, R. S., Rusinko, M.S. and Allen, P.S. Effects of Extracellular Space and Protein Content on Water Proton Relaxation Rates in a Model Tissue System. 8th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Amsterdam, 1989. 10. Menon, R. S., Baseline Errors Possible when using Solenoids for Multi-Echo Transverse Relaxation Time Measurements. 10th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, San Francisco, 1991. 11. Ugurbil, K., Garwood, M., Menon, R. S., Hu, X., Merkle, H. and Hendrich, K. MR Imaging and Spectroscopy at High Fields, 33rd Meeting Experimental NMR Conference, Asimolar, 1992 12. Menon, R. S., Hendrich, K., Hu, X. and Ugurbil, K. 31P NMR Spectroscopy of the Human Heart at 4 Tesla; Detection of Uncontaminated Cardiac Spectra using a Fourier Series Window Approach for 1-D Spectroscopic Imaging. 11th Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance, Vancouver, 1992. 13. Hendrich, K., Hu, X., Menon, R., Shah, M., Xu, Y., Heros, R. and Ugurbil, K. Spectroscopic Imaging with 2D FSW Using Circular Voxels. 11th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Berlin, 1992. 14. Menon, R. S., Hendrich, K., Hu, X. and Ugurbil, K. 31P NMR Spectroscopy of the Human Heart at 4 Tesla; Detection of Uncontaminated Cardiac Spectra and Differentiation of Subepicardium and Subepicardium. 11th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Berlin, 1992. 15. Ogawa, S., Tank, D.W., Menon, R. S., Ellermann, J.M., Kim, S-G., Merkle, H and Ugurbil, K. Intrinsic Signal Changes Accompanying Sensory Stimulation: Functional Brain Mapping using MRI. 11th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Berlin, 1992. 16. Kim, S.-G., Merkle, H., Ashe, J., Georgopoulus, A., Menon, R. S., Ellermann, J., Ogawa, S., Tank, D.W., and Ugurbil, K. Functional Mapping of Human Motor Cortex at High Magnetic Fields. 11th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Berlin, 1992. 17. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S., Kim, S-G., Merkle, H., Tank, D.W., and Ugurbil, K. Functional Brain Imaging: 4 Tesla Echo Time Dependence of Photic Stimulation Induced Signal Changes in the Human Visual Cortex. 11th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Berlin, 1992. 18. Ugurbil, K., Menon, R. S., S.-G. Kim, X. Hu, H. Merkle, M. Garwood, and J. Ellerman. Imaging and localized spectroscopy studies with humans at 4 Tesla. 15th International Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems, Jerusalem, 1992. 19. Ogawa, S., Tank, D.W., Menon, R. S., Ellermann, J.M., Kim, S-G., Merkle, H and Ugurbil, K. Intrinsic Signal Changes Accompanying Sensory Stimulation: Functional Brain Mapping using MRI. American Society of Neuroradiology , St. Louis, 1992. 20. Menon, R. S.,Ogawa, S., Tank, D.W., Ellermann, J.M., Kim, S-G., Merkle, H and Ugurbil, K. Functional Brain Imaging at 4 Tesla, NIH Symposium on Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy at High Magnetic Fields In Vivo. Bethesda, 1992. 21. Garwood, M., Ugurbil, K., Hu, X., Kim, S.-G., Menon, R. S. and Merkle, H. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Quality at High Magnetic Fields, NIH Symposium on Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy at High Magnetic Fields In Vivo. Bethesda, 1992. 22. Kim, S.-G., Ashe, J., Georgopoulus, A., Merkle, H., Ellermann, J., Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S., and Ugurbil, K. Functional Mapping of Human Motor Cortex at 4T. 11th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, San Francisco, 1993. 23. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S., Merkle, H., Tank, D. W., and Ugurbil, K. Sub-millimeter Functional MRI Studies of Photic Stimulation: Spatial Separation of the Tissue and Vessel BOLD Response using FLASH at 4 Tesla. 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, 1993. 24. Ogawa, S., Tank, D. W., Menon, R. S. and Ugurbil, K. Blood Oxygenation Level Dependent T2* Rate Estimated with a Simple Biophysical Model. 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, 1993. 25. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S., Ellermann, J. E., Merkle, H., Tank, D. W., and Ugurbil, K. Visual Mental Imagery by Functional MRI. 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, 1993. 9
  10. 10. 26. Menon, R. S. Functional Neuroimaging: A BOLD New Horizon for MRI. Plenary Talk, 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, 1993. 27. Menon, R. S., Hu, X., Hendrich, K., and Ugurbil, K. A 3-D Fourier Series Window Approach to 31P Spectroscopy. 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, 1993. 28. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S., Merkle, H., Tank, D. W., and Ugurbil, K. Multi-echo Studies of Photic Stimulation using Magnetic Resonance Functional Imaging: Contrast-to-Noise Optimization when using Gradient Recalled Echo Sequences. 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, 1993. 29. Menon, R. S., Merkle, H., and Ugurbil, K. A Novel Multislice FLASH Sequence for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, 1993. 30. Menon, R. S., Hu, X., Adriany, G., Anderson, P., Ogawa, S. and Ugurbil, K. Comparison of Spin-Echo EPI, Asymmetric Spin-Echo EPI and Conventional EPI applied to Functional Neuroimaging: The Effect of Flow Crushing Gradients on the BOLD Signal. 2nd Annual Meeting, Society for Magnetic Resonance, San Francisco, 1994. 31. Lee, J.-H., Menon, Menon, R. S., Anderson, P., Truwit, C., Garwood, M. and Ugurbil, K. High Contrast and Fast 3-D Magnetic Resonance Imaging at High Fields. 2nd Annual Meeting, Society for Magnetic Resonance, San Francisco, 1994. 32. Menon, R. S., Hu, X., Anderson, P., Ugurbil, K and Ogawa, S. Cerebral Oxy/Deoxy Hemoglobin Changes During Neural Activation: MRI TImecourse Corellates to Optical Reflectance Measurements. 2nd Annual Meeting, Society for Magnetic Resonance, San Francisco, 1994. 33. Hu, X., Kim, S.-G., Menon, R. S. and Ugurbil, K. Comparison of T2*-Weighted Turbo-FLASH, FLASH and Gradient-Echo EPI for Functional Imaging. 2nd Annual Meeting, Society for Magnetic Resonance, San Francisco, 1994. 34. Menon, R. S., Hu, X., Mitra, P., Ogawa, S. and Ugurbil, K. Signal Characteristics in Functional MRI of the Brain upon Visual Stimulation. 24th Annual Meeting Society for Neuroscience, Miami Beach, 1994. 35. Kim, S-. G., Tagaris, G., Menon, R. S., Strupp, J., Golub, A. and Ugurbil, K. Functional MRI of the Lateral Premotor Area during Simple and Complex Finger Movements. 24th Annual Meeting Society for Neuroscience, Miami Beach, 1994. 36. Tagaris, G., Kim, S-. G., Menon, R. S., Strupp, J., Andersen, P, Ugurbil, K and Georgopoulos, A. P. High Field (4 Tesla) Functional MRI of Mental Rotation. 24th Annual Meeting Society for Neuroscience, Miami Beach, 1994. 37. Menon, R.S., Ogawa, S., Strupp, J.P. and Ugurbil, K. Evidence for Human Ocular Dominance Columns Mapped Using Submillimeter Resolution FLASH. 3rd Annual Meeting, Society for Magnetic Resonance, Nice, 1995. 38. Gati, J.S. , Menon, R.S., Ugurbil, K. and Rutt, B.K. Experimental Determination of the BOLD Field Dependence in Tissue and Vessels. 3rd Annual Meeting, Society for Magnetic Resonance, Nice, 1995. 39. Kim, S.-G., Hu, X., Menon, R. S., Andersen, P. ,Adriany, G. and Ugurbil, K. High Resolution Echo-Planar Imaging at 4.0 Tesla. 3rd Annual Meeting, Society for Magnetic Resonance, Nice, 1995. 40. Barberi, E. A., Rutt, B. K. and Menon, R. S., An All Stop Birdcage Resonator for Very High Frequency Applications. 4th Annual Meeting, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, 1996. 41. Menon, R. S., Ogawa, S. and Ugurbil, K. Mapping Ocular Dominance Columns in Human V1 using fMRI. 26th Annual Meeting Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C., 1996. 42. Humphrey, K., Goodale, M. A., Bowen, C. V., Gati, J. S., Rutt, B. K. and Menon, R. S. Perceptual Stability Correlates with Activity in Early Visual Areas. 26th Annual Meeting Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C., 1996. 43. Chen, W., Kim, S.-G., Kato, T., Zhu, X. H., Menon, R. S., Cook, T. M., Ogawa, S. and Ugurbil, K. Observation of positive bold changes correlate to neuronal deactivation during saccadic eye movements. 26th Annual Meeting Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C., 1996. 44. Luknowsky, D. C., Gati, J. S., Brooks, V. and Menon, R. S. Functional Imaging of Human Motor Cortex with Simultaneous Recording of Kinematics. 5th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vancouver, 1997. 45. Goodyear, B. G., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. The Functional Scout Image: Immediate Mapping of Cortical Function at 4 Tesla Using Receiver Phase Cycling. 5th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vancouver, 1997. 46. Thomas, C. G., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. Neural Frequency and Hemodynamic Response of Human Primary Visual Cortex as Determined by EPI BOLD fMRI. 5th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vancouver, 1997. 47. Menon, R. S. and Gati, J. S. Two Second Temporal Resolution Measurements of Lactate Correlate with EPI BOLD fMRI Timecourses During Photic Stimulation. 5th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic 10
  11. 11. Resonance in Medicine, Vancouver, 1997. 48. Goodyear, B. G. and Menon, R. S. The Effect of Absolute Luminous Intensity on BOLD fMRI Response in Primary Visual Areas. 5th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vancouver, 1997. 49. DeSouza, J.F.X., Dukelow, S.P., Gati, J.S., Menon, R.S. & Vilis, T. (1997). Observations of increased BOLD changes in fMRI caused by larger sized saccadic eye movements. Southern Ontario Neuroscience Association, 17, 1997. 50. DeSouza, J.F.X., Dukelow, S.P., Gati, J.S., Menon, R.S. & Vilis, T. Larger saccadic eye movements cause increased activation in cortical frontal and parietal eye fields using bold fMRI. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1997. 51. Dukelow, S.P., DeSouza, J.F.X., Bhanji, A., Gati, J.S., Menon, R.S. & Vilis, T. Speed sensitivity in human area MT/V5 as determined by fMRI. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1997. 52. Menon, R. S., Thomas, C. G. and Gati, J. S. Investigation of BOLD Contrast in fMRI using Multi-Shot EP, ISMRM Fast Imaging Workshop, 1997. 53. Menon, R. S., Gati, J. S., Ugurbil, K. and Rutt, B. K. Experimental determination of BOLD Contrast in Vessels and Tissue at ).5 T, 1.5 T and 4 T. Minnesota Workshops on Principles and Applications of High Field magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Techniques, Minneapolis, 1997. 54. Bartha, R., Drost, D. J., Williamson, P. C., Menon, R. S. A Comparison of Human In-vivo Short Echo 1H Spectroscopy at 1.5 and 4.0 Tesla. Proceedings of the 39th Experimental NMR Conference, Pacific Grove, California, USA, March 22-27, 1998. 55. Luknowsky, D. C., Gatis, J. S. and Menon, R. S. Mental Chronometry using single trials and EPI at 4T, 6th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, 1998. 56. Richter, W., Menon, R. S., Gati, J. and Kim, S-G. Single-finger movement single-trial fMRI. 6th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, 1998. 57. Goodyear, B. G. and Menon, R. S. EPI BOLD fMRI reveals ocular dominance dependence on dominant eye. 6th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, 1998. 58. Goodyear, B. G., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. 23Na functional MR imaging at 4 T using gradient-recalled echo FLASH. 6th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, 1998. 59. Thomas, C. G. and Menon, R. S. Timing characteristics of BOLD response in human striate and extrastriate cortex. 6th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, 1998. 60. Thomas, C. G. and Menon, R. S. Investigation of BOLD contrast in fMRI using multi-shot EPI. 6th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, 1998. 61. Thomas, C. G.. and Menon, R. S. Characteristics of baseline fMRI power spectrum in human V1 at 4 Tesla. 6th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Sydney, 1998. 62. Goodyear, B. G., Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. Na fMRI at 4 T using gradient recalled echo FLASH. 4th International Conference on Functional Imaging of the Human Brain, Montreal, 1998. 63. Goodyear, B. G. and Menon, R. S. High-resolution BOLD fMRI reveals ocular dominance dependence on eye dominance. 4th International Conference on Functional Imaging of the Human Brain, Montreal, 1998. 64. Luknowsky, D. C., Thomas, C. G. , Gati, J. S. and Menon, R. S. Millisecond sequencing of neuronal activation in simple tasks determined by the BOLD fMRI neurovascular response. 4th International Conference on Functional Imaging of the Human Brain, Montreal, 1998. 65. Martin, R. E., Gati, J. S., Goodyear, B. G. and Menon, R. S. Human Cortical Activation during single swallowing trials measured by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). 4th International Conference on Functional Imaging of the Human Brain, Montreal, 1998. 66. DeSouza, J. F. X., Dukelow, S. P., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S., Anderson, R. A. and Vilis, T. The human parietal pointing region is modulated by eye position during memory-guided reaching. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1998. 67. Graydon, F. X., Gati, J. S., Brooks, V. B. and Menon, R. S. Time course of cortical activation while learning an unfamiliar visuomotor task: An fMRI study. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1998. 68. King, A. B., Menon, R. S., Gati, J. S., Hachinski, V. C. and Cechetto, D. F. Cardiovascular ractivity and mental stress: An fMRI study. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1998. 69. Dukelow, S. P., Culham, J. C., Vilis, T., Hassard, F. A., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. and Goodale, M. A. Recovery of FMRI activation in motion area MT following storage of the motion aftereffect. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1998. 70. James, T. W., Humphrey, G. K., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. and Goodale, M. A. Repetition priming and attention modulate the FMRI signal from the posterior fusiform gyrus. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1998. 71. Connolly, J. D., DeSouza, J. F. X., Culham, J. C., Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S., Goodale, M. A. and Vilis, T. Distinct parietal and frontal eye field activation during antisaccades using bold fMRI. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1998. 72. Menon, R. S., The future of functional imaging techniques in the brain using MRI. Canadian Association of 11
  12. 12. Radiology Journal, 1998. 73. Williamson, P. C., Bartha, R., Drost, D., Menon, R., Mall, A., Carr, T. and Neufeld, R. W. J. Glutamate and Glutamine on 1 H MRS in never-treated schizophrenic patients. International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, Sante Fe, New Mexico, April 17-21, 1999. 74. Bartha, R., Drost, D. J., Williamson, P. C. and Menon, R. S. Issues related to the precise quantification of glutamate and glutamine by 1 H magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS). Society of Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Washington DC, May 13-15, 1999. 75. Barberi, E. A., Gati, J. S., Rutt, B. K. and Menon, R. S. A transit-only/receive-only (TORO) RF system for high field MRI/MRS applications. 7th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philadelphia, May 22-28, 1999. 76. Goodyear, B. G. and Menon, R. S. Submillimeter functional localization in human VI using BOLD contrast at 4 Tesla: Implications for the Vascular point-spread function. 7th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philadelphia, May 22-28, 1999. 77. Goodyear, B. G., Humphrey, G. K. and Menon, R. S. Correlation between psychophysical measurements and neuronal response in early visual area using BOLD fMRI at 4 Tesla. 7th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philadelphia, May 22-28, 1999. 78. Holdsworth, D. W., Gati, J. S., Saidi, K., Menon, R. S., Rutt, B. K., Thain, L., Spouge, A. and Kirkley, A. Benefits of articular cartilage imaging at 4 Tesla: An in vivo study of normal volunteers. 7th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philadelphia, May 22-28, 1999. 79. Jensen, J. E., Drost, D. J., Williamson, P. C. and Menon, R. S. Comparing in-vivo Brain 31 P Spectroscopy: 1.5T 1 H-Decoupled vs. 4.0T 1 H-Coupled in normal human volunteers. 7th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philadelphia, May 22-28, 1999. 80. Bartha, R., Drost, D. J., Williamson, P. C. and Menon, R. S. quantification precision of in-vivo short echo 1 H STEAM Spectra at 1.5 Tesla and 4.0 Tesla. 7th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philadelphia, May 22-28, 1999. 81. Thomas, C. G. and Menon, R. S. Separation for microvascular and macrovascular BOLD signals using latency shifts. 7th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philadelphia, May 22-28, 1999. 82. Menon, R. S. and Gati, J. S. Distribution of BOLD signal changes as a function of vessel size at 4T: GE-EPI and SE-EPI measurements. 7th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philadelphia, May 22-28, 1999. 83. Strong, M. J., Grace, G. M., Orange, J. B., Leeper, H. A., Menon, R. S. and Aere, C. A. Language, speech, neurological and fMRI performance in ALS. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Francisco, ASHA, 41(5), 152, November 1999. 84. Lanius, R. A., Williamson, P. C., Boksman, K., Densmore, M., Gati, J. and Menon, R. S. Sexual abuse related PTSD: A functional MRI investigation. Emotion and Consciousness Meeting, Cancun, Mexico, Jan. 15-20, 2000. 85. Lanius, R. A., Williamson, P. C., Boksman, K., Densmore, M., Gati, J. and Menon, R. S. Alterations in brain activity during a dissociative state in childhood sexual abuse – related PTSD: A functional MRI investigation. Word Trauma Congress, sponsored by the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), Melbourne, Australia, March 16-19, 2000. 86. Bartha, R., Williamson, P. C., Drost, D. J., Neurfeld, R. W. J., Théberge, J., Malla, A.K. and Menon, R. S. Measurement of glutamate and glutamine in the anterior cingulate and thalamus of drug naïve schizophrenic patients at 4.0 tesla. 8th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Denver, CO, April 1-7, 2000. 87. Gati, J. S., Menon, R. S. and Rutt, B. K. Fast spin echo imaging of human head at 4 tesla. 8th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Denver, CO, April 1-7, 2000. 88. Jensen, J. E., Drost, D. J., Williamson, P. C. and Menon, R. S. Improved spatial resolution in 31 P brain spectroscopic imaging at 4.0T: Implications for the clinical study of membrane metabolism. 8th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Denver, CO, April 1-7, 2000. 89. Théberge, J., Drost, D. J., Williamson, P. C. and Menon, R. S. High resolution localized brain 1 H spectroscopy with multiple voxel interleaved STEAM. 8th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Denver, CO, April 1-7, 2000. 90. Bartha, R. and Menon, R. S. In-vivo measurement of localized tissue sodium T2* at 4.0 tesla. 8th Annual Meeting, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Denver, CO, April 1-7, 2000. 91. Szelazek, J. T., Williamson, P. C., Fisman, S., Steele, M., Gati, J., Densmore, M., Menon, R. and Elison, D. Regional brain functioning during verbal fluency tasks in subjects with Asperger’s Disorder. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, May 13-18, 2000. 92. Williamson, P., Bartha, R., Drost, D., Theberge, J., Malla, A. and Menon, R. Glutamatergic abnormalities in the anterior cingulate in never-treated schizophrenic patients. Canadian Psychiatric Association Meeting, Victoria, B.C., October, 2000. 12
  13. 13. 93. Lanius, R. A., Menon, R. S., Gati, J., Densmore, M., Boksman, K. and Williamsn, P. C. Brain activation during script-driven imagery in PTSD: An fMRI investigation. 16th Annual Meeting, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 16-19, 2000. 92. Bartha, R., Hogan, M., Rajakumar, N., Henderson, S., Menon, R. S. Evidence of Apoptosis in a Region of Decreased 23Na MR Signal Intensity after Acute Focal Cerebral Ischemia. International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, April 21-27, 2001. 93. Theberge, J., Drost, D. J., Williamson, P. C., Bartha, R., Malla, A. K., Al-Semaan, Y., Neufeld, R. W. J., Menon, R. S. 4.0 Tesla Measurement of N-acetylaspartate , Glutamate, and Glutamine in the Anterior Cingulate and Thalamus of Schizophrenic Patients Pre and Post Treatment. International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, April 21-27, 2001. 94. Williamson, P. C., Theberge, J., Bartha, R., Drost, D. J., Malla, A., Densmore, M., Menon. R. S. Glutamate, Glutamine and N-Acetylaspartate in the Anterior Cingulate and Thalamus of Never-Treated Schizophrenic Patients with 4.0 Tesla 1H MRS. International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada: April 29 - May 2, 2001. Schizophrenia Res 49: 196, 2001. Technical Writings 1. Menon, R.S. Implications of Field Strength in Functional MRI of the Brain. A report for the National Science Foundation -NRC position paper on Advanced Biomedical Imaging Technologies (1995). Invited Lectures 1. Department of Radiology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, March, 1992. 2. Institute for Biodiagnostics (NRC), IBD Brain Day, Winnipeg, Canada, April, 1993. 3. Department of Cardiology, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL, June, 1993. 4. Plenary lecture on Functional Neuroimaging. 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, NY, August, 1993. 5. 25th Southeastern Magnetic Resonance Conference, Gainesville, FL, October, 1993. 6. Victoria Hospital, CNS Rounds, London, Canada, September, 1993. 7. John. P. Robarts Institute, London, Canada, September, 1993. 8. Stroke Rounds, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI, January, 1994. 9. CNS Symposium, Caltech, Pasedena, CA, February, 1994. 10. Physics Department, USC, Los Angeles, CA, February, 1994. 11. ISMAR Advanced School on NMR in Biology and Medicine, Sicily, September 1994. 12. 6th International Workshop on Magnetic Resonance Angiography, East Lansing, MI, October, 1994. 13. Psychology Department, University Hospital, London, Canada, November, 1994. 14. Dept. of Medical Biophysics, UWO, London, Canada, December, 1994. 15. Department of Physiology, UWO, London, Canada, January, 1995. 16. In-vivo Physiological Chemistry Workshop, Woods Hole, MA, March, 1995. 17. Topical NMR Imaging Symposium, Beijing, China, October, 1995. 18. Condensed Matter Symposium, University of B.C., May, 1996. 19. Organization for Human Brain Mapping, FMRI Worksop, Boston, MA, June, 1996. 20. Canadian College of Neurological Sciences, London, June, 1996. 21. 32nd ICASS, London, August, 1996. 22. International Workshop on Biomedical Imaging: MR and PET/SPECT, Fukui, Japan, August, 1996. 23. RIKEN Frontier Brain Research Institute, Wako, Japan, August, 1996. 24. VIII International Workshop: Advances in 3D Vascular Imaging, Rome, October, 1996. 25. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, November, 1996. 26. Neuroscience Research Days, London, Canada, September, 1996. 27. Neuroscience Seminar, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, January, 1997. 28. Anesthesia Research Rounds, London, Canada, January, 1997. 29. Ontario Exercise Physiology Meeting, London, Canada, February, 1997. 30. CMRR/UofMinnesota High-Field Symposium, Minneapolis, MN, March, 1997. 31. Minnesota Workshops on High Field MRI/MRS, Minneapolis, MN, March, 1997. 32. Neuropsychology Rounds, London, Canada, March, 1997. 33. McDonnell-Pew Program in Cognitive Neuroscience Meeting, Oxford, UK, June, 1997. 34. Dept. of Clinical Neurology, Oxford University, Oxford, UK, June 1997. 35. Lawson Research Institute International Symposium on Magnetic Fields, London, Canada, November, 1997. 36. Neuroscience Research Institute, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, November, 1997. 37. Department of Psychology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, March, 1998. 13
  14. 14. 38. Department of Opthamology Research Day, London, Canada, May, 1998. 39. Canadian Association of Radiologist, Halifax, Canada, June, 1998. 40. Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences, Montreal, Canada, June, 1998. 41. Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists, London, Canada, June, 1998. 42. Akita Institute of Brain and Blood Vessels, Japan, August, 1998. 43. Japan Neuroscience Association, Japan, August, 1998. 44. RIKEN Frontiers Lab, Japan, August, 1998. 45. Woods Hole Marine Biological Labs, August, 1998. 46. University of Saskatchewan, February, 1999. 47. University of Wisconsin, Madison, February 1999. 48. Caltech, Pasadena, February 1999. 49. Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, February 1999. 50. The Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY, February 1999. 51. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, February 1999 52. High Field Symposium, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, October 1999. 53. NMR Microscopy Meeting, Tsukuba, Japan, June 1999. 54. Dept. of Physiology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, November 1999. 55. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, November 1999. 56. Dept. of Psychology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, November 1999. 57. National Foundation for Functional Brain Imaging, Albuquerque, NM, December 1999. 58. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, January 2000. 59. Dept. of Physics, The University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, January 2000. 60. Dept.of Applied Mathematics, The University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, April 2000. 61. Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies at UBC, Vancouver, Canada, May 2000. 62. Human Brain Mapping Workshop, San Antonio, TX, June 2000. 63. Cambridge Intersociety Conference of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Cambridge, UK, August 2000. 64. IEEE-APBME Conference, Hangzhou, PRC, September 2000. 65. Institute for Mathematics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, October 2000. 66. MRI Institute for Biomedical Research, Workshop, Chapel Hill, NC, October 2000. 67. NIH, Integrative Neuroscience Seminar Series, Bethesda, MD, November 2000. 68. James S. McDonnell Foundation fMRI Workshop, St. Louis, MO, January 2001. 69. Rotman Research Institute, Rounds, Toronto, ON, March 2001. 70. Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, March 2001. 71. ISMRM 2001 Scientific Meeting Mini-Categorical Course, Glasgow, Scotland, April 2001. 72. International Society for Neurochemistry, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2001. 73. Minnesota Workshops on High Field MRI/MRS, Minneapolis, MN, October 2001. 74. The 24th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetic Society, Quebec City, Canada, June 2002. 75. The XXth International Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems (ICMRBS 2002), Toronto, Canada, August 2002. 76. Rotman Research Institute, 12th Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, March 2003. 77. The 19th International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB 2003), Toronto, Canada, July 2003. 14

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