Curriculum Vitae

Jorge Jovicich


Assistant Professor, Department of Cognitive and Education Sciences, University of Trento
Co-Director, MRI Laboratory, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences

Center for Mind/Brain Sciences
University of Trento, 
Via delle Regole, 101
38100 Mattarello (TN), Italy

Office Phone: (+39)- 0461 - 28 30 64
Office FAX:   (+39)- 0461 - 28 30 66

Email: jorge.jovicich AT unitn DOT it



Research Interests

My main research interests are in the development of MRI methods that improve spatial resolution, temporal resolution, geometric accuracy, specificity and reproducibility of functional/structural neuroimaging data, particularly at high fields. I have recently started to work also in the challenge of integrating functional MRI methods with other functional neuroimaging modalities, like simultaneous fMRI-EEG, and interleaved fMRI-TMS.

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Education

Jan 1999    Ph.D. in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
                Max-Planck-Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience Leipzig, Germany
                     Thesis: An investigation of the use of Gradient- and Spin-echo (GRASE)
                                    imaging for functional magnetic  resonance imaging
                     Thesis advisor: David G. Norris.

Sep 1994   M.Sc. in Medical Imaging
                University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
                     Thesis: Physiological monitoring in a strong magnetic field
                     Thesis advisors: James Hutchison and Margaret Foster.

Mar 1993    Licentiate Physics
                 Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina
                      Thesis: Monte Carlo simulation of synchrotron radiation mammography
                      Thesis advisor: Marcelo Rubio.

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Research

Jan 2006 – Present   Center for Mind Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Italy

                                        Assistant Professor, MRI Lab Director                     

·         Optimization and development of high field MRI methods for cognitive neurosciences

 

 

May 2002 - Dec 2005  Brain Morphometry Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN)
                                      Massachusetts General Hospital, Assistant in Neuroscience
                                      Harvard Medical School, Instructor in Radiology


Sep 2000 - Jan 2002    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
                                           Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences


Apr 1999 - Aug 2000    California Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
                                           Postdoctoral Fellow, Computation and Neural Systems, Division of Biology

 

Apr 1999 - Aug 2000    Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, U.S.A.
                                            Research Volunteer, Departments of Neurology and Radiology


Sep 1996 - Jan 1999    Max-Planck-Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience Leipzig, Germany
                                         Ph.D. Research, MR Group

Oct 1994 - Jun 1995    Medical Research Council, Radiobiology Unit, United Kingdom
                                         Working Visitor, MR Division


Sep 1993 - Sep 1994     University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
                                           M.Sc. Research, Department of Bio-Medical Physics and Bio-Engineering

Jan - Feb 1992       National Laboratory of Synchrotron Light, Brazil
                                    Summer Course, Vacuum Group

Mar 1992 - Mar 1993    National University of Córdoba, Argentina
                                             Graduate Research, Medical Physics Group

 


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Science Project Management

May 2002 - Dec 2005  Project Manager
                                      Brain Morphometry Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN)
                                      Massachusetts General Hospital, Assistant in Neuroscience
                                      Harvard Medical School, Instructor in Radiology

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Teaching Experience

2011

o    Introduction to Brain Science and fMRI, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Open Course Ware

 

2010 – Present   Lecturer, Master School in Cognitive Neuroscience

 

2007 – Present   Lecturer, Doctoral School in Cognitive and Brain Sciences

 

2006 - Present     Lecturer    University of Trento, Italy

2003 - 2005  MIT Open Course Ware 
                   HST.583 Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Data Acquisition and Analysis

2002       Lecturer
2001      Co-Director (with Randy Gollub), Teaching Assistant, Lecturer, Web-page administrator
               HST.583: Functional MR data acquisition and analysis
               Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Harvard - MIT, USA
               12 units, 2 hours of lecture, 2 hours of laboratory and 1 hour tutorial/ week
               Fall semester (September - December)

2001      Co-Director (with Nancy Kanwisher), Teaching Assistant, Lecturer
                9.91 Lectures: Functional MRI of High Level Vision (6 units)
                9.92 Lab: Functional MRI of High Level Vision (12 units, only with Lecture Course)
                Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
                Spring Semester (February - June)

2000      Co-Director (with Geraint Rees and David Dubowitz), Teaching Assistant, Lecturer
               Bi23: An Introduction to Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
                Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology, USA
                3 units, 2 hours of lecture per week, Third Term (March - June)

2000       9.63 Lab in Cognitive Science: Novel Experimental Techniques in Cognitive Science
               Invited Lecturer: Novel Experimental Techniques in Cognitive Science (Nov. 2000)
               Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

1998       Invited Lecturer: Technische Grundlagen der Kernspintomographie, Funktionelle Techniken in der Neruopsychologie
                Cognitive Clinicians Course at Max-Planck-Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience Leipzig, Germany

1993       Lecturer, Introduction to Computers, Secretary Level Course
                Department of Physics, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina

1993       Teaching Assistant, Chemical Physics, Undergraduate level Course
                Department of Physics, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina

 

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Thesis Supervision

2016

Student: Rocco Marchitelli

Thesis: Ph.D., Doctoral School in Cognitive and Brain Sciences

Thesis Title: Test-retest reliability of intrinsic human brain default-mode fMRI connectivity: a study of slice acquisition and physiological noise correction effects

University:  Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento

Supervisor:   Dr. Jorge Jovicich

 

2014

Student: Barbara Kreilkamp

Thesis: Master’s Degree in Cognitive Science

Thesis Title: Image artifacts in brain diffusion tensor imaging: definition, detection and effects on measurement reproducibility based on test-retest data

University:  Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento

Supervisors:   Dr. Jorge Jovicich

Co-Supervisors:  Dr. Domenico Zacà

 

2013

Student:  Niyati Roy Chowdhury

Thesis: Master’s Degree in Cognitive Science

Thesis Title: Altered White Matter Integrity in the Auditory Cortex and Association Areas of a Patient with Bilateral Profound Deafness: a Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study

University: Faculty of Cognitive and Education Sciences, University of Trento.

Supervisors:  Dr. Nivedita Agarwal

Co-Supervisors: Prof. Francesco Pavani, Dott. Jorge Jovicich

 

Student:  Pouya Ghaemmaghami

Thesis: Master’s Degree in Cognitive Science

Thesis Title: Functional Connectivity in Default Mode Network During Resting State: An Evaluation of the Effects of Data Pre-processing

University:  Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento

Supervisors:   Dr. Jorge Jovicich

Co-Supervisors:  Dr. Domenico Zacà

 

2012

Student:  Rocco Marchitelli

Thesis: Master’s Degree in Cognitive Science

Thesis Title: Small-World properties of the Default Mode Network during Resting State and Passive Auditory Stimuli

University:  Faculty of Cognitive and Education Sciences, University of Trento

Supervisors:   Prof. Uri Hasson

Co-Supervisors:  Dr. Jorge Jovicich

 

Student:  Nicola Soldati

Thesis: Doctoral School in Cognitive and Brain Sciences

Thesis Title: NOVEL DATA-DRIVEN ANALYSIS METHODS FOR REAL-TIME FMRI AND SIMULTANEOUS EEG-FMRI IMAGING

University: Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento

Supervisors: Dr. Jorge Jovicich and Prof. Lorenzo Bruzzone

 

2010

Student:  Francesca Maule

Thesis: Laurea Specialistica in Ingegneria Biomedica

Thesis Title:  TEST-RETEST REPRODUCIBILITY IN BRAIN DIFFUSION MRI

University:  Faculty of Bioengineering, University of Pavia

Supervisors:  Dr. Jorge Jovicich, Prof. Giovanni Magenes

Co-Supervisors: Dr. Nico Papinutto

 

 

Student:  Javier Kreiner

Thesis: International Master

Thesis Title:  EXTRACTION OF SINGLE-TRIAL ERPs: A COMBINED ICA AND WAVELET APPROACH

University:  Faculty of Science, University of Trento & University of Edinburgh

Supervisors: Dr. Jorge Jovicich, Prof. Maurizio Marchese

Co-Supervisors:  Dr. Sara Assecondi

 

2009

Student: Christian Valt

Thesis: Laurea Magistrale in Psicologia

Thesis Title:  THE BRAIN DEFAULT MODE NETWORK: A DESIGN OF BEHAVIOURAL EXPERIMENTS TO TEST INDEPENDENCE OF TASK, DIFFICULTY AND MODALITIES

University:  Faculty of Cognitive and Education Sciences, University of Trento

Supervisors:  Dr. Jorge Jovicich      

Co-Supervisors: Dr. Pan Lin, Dr. Simon Robinson

 

2008

 

Student: Andrea Mognon

Thesis: Laurea Specialistica in Ingegneria delle Telecomunicazioni

Thesis Title: TECNICHE AUTOMATICHE INNOVATIVE PER LA RIVELAZIONE DI ARTEFATTI OCULARI IN SEGNALI EEG

University: Engineering Faculty, University of Trento

Supervisors: Prof. Lorenzo Bruzzone, Dott. Jorge Jovicich.

Co-Supervisors: Dott. Marco Buiatti, Ing. Michele Dalponte

Student: Nicola Soldati

Thesis: Laurea Specialistica in Ingegneria delle Telecomunicazioni

Thesis Title: AUTOMATIC ANALYSIS OF FMRI DATA FOR DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BRAIN RESTING STATES

University:  Engineering Faculty, University of Trento

Supervisors:  Prof. Lorenzo Bruzzone, Dott. Jorge Jovicich

Co-Supervisors: Dott. Simon Robinson, Ing. Claudio Persello 

2006

Student: Chiara Begliomini

Thesis: PhD

Thesis Title: HAND AND OBJECT: THE TWO SIDES OF THE REACH-TO-GRASP MOVEMENT

University: Department of Cognitive Sciences, University of Trento

Supervisors: Prof. Umberto Castiello, Prof. Wolfgang Grodd, Prof. Remo Job, Dott. Jorge Jovicich

 

 

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Community

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Invited Talks/Lectures

·         Jovicich J. Indagine strutturale dei cambiamenti cerebrali dal decadimento cognitivo alle demenze. Presentation within the workshop: "Diagnosi precoce e trattamento della Sordità e delle Apnee notturne ostruttive (OSA) nella prevenzione del Decadimento Cognitivo, dell'Alzheimer e delle Demenze: Quale ruolo?". October 1st, 2016, Rovereto, Italy.

·         Jovicich J. European ADNI. World Wide Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, July 22, 2016, Toronto, Canada. 

·         Jovicich J. Natural head motion effects on structural MRI. LANVIE – Laboratoire de Neuroimagerie du Vieillissement. Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève et Université de Genève. June 29, 2016, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

·         Jovicich J. Evaluating MRI-derived neural dynamic markers. Network Dynamics and Complexity Workshop, Department of Physics and CIMEC, University of Trento. May 20, 2016, Trento, Italy.

 

·         Jovicich J., Structural and functional brain MRI markers for neurodegenerative diseases: multi-site reliability and evaluations on amnestic mild cognitive impaired subjects. Center for Brain and Cognition, Universitat Pompeu Fabra., October 2, 2015, Barcelona, Spain.

 

·         Jovicich J., Multicenter MRI studies: Italian Chapter International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Annual Meeting. April 16-17, 2015, Verona, Italy.

·         Jovicich J., Multi-center test-retest rs-fMRI: preliminary experiences from Pharmacog, Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI2) – Private Partner Scientific Board Meeting. 7-8 November 2012, Maryland USA.

·         Jovicich J., Quality control for multicenter fMRI studies, Quality Control Mini Categorical Course, European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology. October 6, 2012, Lisbon, Portugal.

·         Jovicich J., Rikien Brain Science Institute. February 02, 2011, Tokyo, Japan.

·         Jovicich J., IV European Conference of Medical Physics on: Advances in High Field MRI. 23-25 September, 2010. Udine, Italy.

·         Jovicich J., Experiences and Optimisation of Multicentre MRI Research Studies, Scottish Imaging Network: A Platform for Scientific Excellence (SINAPSE).  March 26 2010. Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

·         Jovicich J., Facultad de Matemática, Astronomia y Física, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. November 12, 2008. Córdoba, Argentina.

·         Jovicich J., Instituto Oncologico "Dr. Urrutia". December 27, 2007. Córdoba, Argentina.

·         Jovicich J., Winter School of Biophotonics, University of Trento. February 25, 2007. Trento, Italy

·         Jovicich J., Department of Physics and Medical Technology VU University Medical Center. October 10 2006. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

·         Jovicich J., The National Center for Research and Care of Alzheimer's Disease IRCCS San Giovanni di Dio FBF. April 10 2006. Brescia, Italy.

·         Jovicich J., Red de Investigación para Informática Biomédica, Centro de Investigaciones en Química Biologica de Córdoba, Facultad de Ciencias Químicas, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, July 2004. Córdoba, Argentina.

·         Jovicich J., Biomedical Informatics Research Network, The Key Lab of Cognitive Science, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Science, May 2004. Beijing, China.

·         Jovicich J., Basic Physics of MRI, for HST-532J Course: Hyperthermia: Biology, Technology, and Cancer Therapy,Health Science and Technology, Harvard-MIT, April 2004. Boston, USA.

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Editorial and Reviewer Work

·                Reviewer for scientific journals
                    2004-Present       Human Brain Mapping, Cortex, NeuroImage
            2008-Present       Archives of General Psychiatry, IEEE Transactions in Medical Imaging
2009-Present       European Journal of Neurology, Neuroscience Letters, Electronic Letters
2010-Present       Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
 
·                Reviewer for conference abstracts
                    2003-Present       International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
                                                  International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference
2009-Present       European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology
 
·                Reviewer for grant agencies
                    2003-Present        Austrian Science Foundation
                    2008-Present        External Expert Grant Reviewer: Agencia Nacional de Evaluación y Prospectiva, Spain
 
·                Editorial Boards
Psyche, Journal of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness 

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Awards and Honors

2009-2010                     Safety Committee Member, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

2001             Athina Martinos Foundation Fellow, USA
1996-1999    Postgraduate fellowship by the Max-Planck-Institute, Germany
1993-1994    Postgraduate fellowship by the British Council, Argentina
1992             Undergraduate scholarship by the National Laboratory of Synchrotron Light, Brazil

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Professional Associations

1996-present       International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
2001-present       Society for Neuroscience
2002-present       The Organization for Human Brain Mapping

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Languages

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Other

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Publications

Refereed Journal Articles (Citation metrics: Google Scholar, Research Gate)

   

 

1.       Assecondi S., Lavallee C., Ferrari P., Jovicich J. Length matters: Improved high field EEG-fMRI recordings using shorter EEG cables. Journal of Neuroscience Methods  (in press).
2.       Papinutto N, Galantucci S, Mandelli ML, Gesierich B, Jovicich J, Caverzasi E, Roland H, Seeley B, Miller B, Shapiro K, Gorno Tempini ML. Structural connectivity of the human anterior temporal lobe: a diffusion magnetic resonance imaging study. Human Brain Mapping  (in press).

3.       Marchitelli R, Minati L, Marizzoni M, Bosch B, Bartrés-Faz D, Müller BW, Wiltfang J, Fiedler U, Roccatagliata L, Picco A, Nobili F, Blin O, Bombois O, Lopes R, Bordet R, Sein J, Ranjeva JP, Didic M, Gros-Dagnac H, Payoux P, Zoccatelli G, Alessandrini F, Beltramello A, Bargalló N, Ferretti A, Caulo M, Aiello M, Cavaliere C, Soricelli A, Parnetti L, Tarducci R, Floridi P, Tsolaki M, Constantinidis M, Drevelegas A, Rossini PM, Marra C, Schönknecht P, Hensch T, Hoffmann KT, Kuijer JP, Visser PJ, Barkhof F, Frisoni GB*, Jovicich J*, The Pharmacog Consortium. Test-Retest Reliability of the Default Mode Network in a Multicentric fMRI Elderly Study: Effects of Data-Driven Physiological Noise Correction Techniques. Human Brain Mapping. * Equally contributing authors (in press).

4.       Davis B, Jovicich J, Laufs H, Tagliazucchi E, Hasson U. Dynamics in BOLD amplitude variance asymmetry characterizes progression to deep sleep. Neuroimage (in press).

5.       Galluzzi, Samantha; Marizzoni, Moira; Babiloni, Claudio; Albani, Diego; Antelmi, Luigi; Bagnoli, Cristina; Bartres-Faz, David; Cordone, Susanna; Del Percio, Claudio; Didic, Mira; Farotti, Lucia; Fiedler, Ute; Forloni, Gianluigi; Girtler, Nicola; Hensch, Tilman; Jovicich, Jorge; Leeuwis, Annebet; Marra, Camillo; Molinuevo, José Luis; Frisoni, Giovanni. Clinical and biomarker profiling of prodromal Alzheimer’s disease in IMI Pharmacog’s WP5: a “European ADNI study”. Journal of Internal Medicine (in press).

6.       Hartzell JF, Davis B, Melcher D, Miceli G, Jovicich J, Nath T, Singh NC, Hasson U. Brains of verbal memory specialists show anatomical differences in language, memory and visual systems. Neuroimage (PubMed).

7.       Jovicich J*, Minati L*, Marizzoni M, Marchitelli R, Sala-Llonch R, Bartrés-Faz D, Arnold J, Benninghoff J, Fiedler U, Roccatagliata L, Picco A, Nobili F, Blin O, Bombois S, Lopes R, Bordet R, Sein J, Ranjeva JP, Didic M, Gros-Dagnac H, Payoux P, Zoccatelli G, Alessandrini F, Beltramello A, Bargalló N, Ferretti A, Caulo M, Aiello M, Cavaliere C, Soricelli A, Parnetti L, Tarducci R, Floridi P, Tsolaki M, Constantinidis M, Drevelegas A, Rossini PM, Marra C, Schönknecht P, Hensch T, Hoffmann KT, Kuijer JP, Visser PJ, Scheltens P, Barkhof F, Frisoni GF; The PharmaCog Consortium. Resting state functional connectivity in the default mode network: preliminary evaluation of multicenter test-retest reproducibility, Neuroimage (PubMed).​ *Equally contributing authors.

8.       Kreilkamp B., Zacà D., Papinutto N, Jovicich J. Retrospective head motion correction approaches for DTI: effects of pre-processing choices on biases and reproducibility of scalar diffusion metrics. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (PubMed)

9.       Marizzoni M., Antelmi L, Bosch B., Bartrés-Faz D., Müller B.W. , Wiltfang J., Fiedler U., Roccatagliata L., Picco A., Nobili F., Blin O., Bombois S., Lopes R., Sein J., Ranjeva J.P., Didic M., Gros-Dagnac H., Payoux P., Zoccatelli G., Alessandrini F., Beltramello A., Bargalló, N., Ferretti A., Caulo M., Aiello M., Cavaliere C., Soricelli A., Salvadori N., Parnetti L., Tarducci R., Floridi P., Tsolaki M., Constantinidis M., Drevelegas A., Rossini P.M., Marra C., Hoffmann K.T., Hensch T., Schönknecht P., Kuijer J.P., Visser P.J., Barkhof F., Bordet R., Frisoni G.B.*, Jovicich J.*, The PharmaCog Consortium. Longitudinal reproducibility of automatically segmented hippocampal subfields: a multisite European 3T study on healthy elderly, Human Brain Mapping 2015. * Equally contributing authors. (PubMed)

10.    Lin P, Yang Y, Jovicich J, De Pisapia N, Wang X, Zuo CS, Levitt JJ; Static and dynamic posterior cingulate cortex nodal topology of default mode network predicts attention task performance. Brain Imaging and Behavior, (PubMed)

11.    Ludovico Minati; Domenico Zacà; Ludovico D'Incerti; Jorge Jovicich, Fast computation of voxel-level brain connectivity maps from resting-state functional MRI using l1-norm as approximation of Pearson's temporal correlation: proof-of-concept and example vector hardware implementation. Medical Engineering & Physics, 2014 (PubMed)

12.    Jorge Jovicich, Moira Marizzoni, Beatriz Bosch, David Bartrés-Faz, Jennifer Arnold, Jens Benninghoff, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Agnese Picco, Flavio Nobili, Oliver Blin, Stephanie Bombois, Renaud Lopes, Régis Bordet, Valérie Chanoine, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Mira Didic, Hélène Gros-Dagnac, Pierre Payoux,Giada Zoccatelli, Franco Alessandrini, Alberto Beltramello, Núria Bargalló, Antonio Ferretti, Massimo Caulo, Marco Aiello, Monica Ragucci, Andrea Soricelli, Nicola Salvadori, Roberto Tarducci, Piero Floridi, Magda Tsolaki, Manos Constantinidis, Antonios Drevelegas, Paolo Rossini, Camillo Marra, Josephin Otto, Martin Reiss-Zimmermann, Karl-Titus Hoffmann, Samantha Galluzzi, Giovanni B. Frisoni, The PharmaCog Consortium. Multisite Longitudinal Reliability of Tract-Based Spatial Statistics in Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Healthy Elderly Subjects. Neuroimage 2014 (PubMed)

13.    Zacà D, Jovicich J, Nadar SR, Voyvodic JT, Pillai JJ. Cerebrovascular reactivity mapping in patients with low grade gliomas undergoing presurgical sensorimotor mapping with BOLD fMRI. J Magn Res Imaging 2013 (PubMed)

14.    Guo CC, Gorno-Tempini ML, Gesierich B, Henry M, Trujillo A, Shany-Ur T,Jovicich J, Robinson SD, Kramer JH, Rankin KP, Miller BL, Seeley WW. Anterior temporal lobe degeneration produces widespread network-driven dysfunction. Brain. 2013 136 (Pt 10):2979-91. (PubMed)

15.    Jorge Jovicich, Moira  Marizzoni; Roser  Sala-Llonch; Beatriz  Bosch; Núria  Bargalló; David  Bartrés-Faz; Jennifer  Arnold; Jens  Benninghoff; Jens  Wiltfang; Luca  Roccatagliata; Flavio Nobili; Tilmann  Hensch; Anja  Tränkner; Peter  Schönknecht; Melanie  Leroy; Renaud  Lopes; Régis  Bordet; Valérie  Chanoine; Jean-Philippe  Ranjeva; Mira  Didic; Hélène  Gros-Dagnac; Pierre Payoux; Giada  Zoccatelli; Franco  Alessandrini; Alberto  Beltramello; Olivier Blin; Giovanni B Frisoni; the Pharmacog Consortium. Brain morphometry reproducibility in multi-center 3T MRI studies: A comparison of cross-sectional and longitudinal segmentations. Neuroimage 2013, 83C:472-484 (PubMed)

16.    Papinutto N., Maule F., Jovicich J., Reproducibility and biases in high field brain diffusion MRI: an evaluation of acquisition and analysis variables. Magn Reson. Imag. 201; 31(6):827-39 (PubMed)

17.    Soldati N., Calhoun V.D., Bruzzone L. and Jovicich J. The use of a priori information in ICA-based techniques for real-time fMRI: an evaluation of static/dynamic and spatial/temporal characteristics. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2013, 7:64 (PubMed)

18.    Soldati N., Calhoun V.D., Bruzzone L., Jovicich J. ICA analysis of fMRI with real-time constraints: an evaluation of fast detection performance as function of algorithms, parameters and a priori conditions. Frontiers in Human Neurosciences, 2013, 7:19 (PubMed)

19.    Davis, B., Jovicich, J., Iacovella, V., Hasson, U. (2013). Functional and developmental significance of amplitude variance asymmetry in the BOLD resting state signal. Cerebral Cortex. (PubMed)

20.    Gesierich B, Jovicich J, Riello M, Adriani M, Monti A, Brentari V, Robinson SD, Wilson SM, Fairhall SL, Gorno-Tempini ML. Distinct neural substrates for semantic knowledge and naming in the temporoparietal network. Cereb Cortex. 2012 22(10):2217-26. (PubMed) 

21.    De Pisapia N, Turatto M, Lin P, Jovicich J, Caramazza A. Unconscious priming instructions modulate activity in default and executive networks of the human brain. Cerebral Cortex. 2012; 22(3):639-49. (PubMed)

22.    Drago V., Babiloni C., Bartrés-Faz D., Caroli A., Bosch B., Hensch T.,  Didic M., Klafki H., Pievani M., Jovicich J. , Venturi L., Spitzer P.,  Vecchio F., Schoenknecht P., Wiltfang J., Redolfi A., Forloni G.,  Blin O., Irving E., Davis C., Hårdemark HG., Frisoni G.B. Disease Tracking Markers for Alzheimer’s Disease at the Prodromal (MCI) Stage. J. Alzheimers Disease. 2011, 26 (Supp. 3), 159-199. (link)

23.    Crescentini C., Seyed Allaei S., De Pisapia N., Jovicich J., Amati D. and Shallice T. Mechanisms of Rule Acquisition and Rule Following in Inductive Reasoning. J Neuroscience. 2011 May 25;31(21):7763-74 (PubMed)

24.    Robinson S. and Jovicich J. B0 mapping with multi-element RF coils at high field. Magn Reson Med. 2011;66(4):976-88. (PubMed)

25.    Lin P., Hasson U., Jovicich J.*, Robinson S.* A neuronal basis for task-negative responses in the human brain. Cerebral Cortex, 2011, 21(4): 821-830. (*equally contributing authors) (PubMed)

26.    Mognon A., Jovicich J., Bruzzone L., Buiatti M. ADJUST: An Automatic EEG artifact Detector based on the Joint Use of Spatial and Temporal features, Psychophysiology, 2011, 48(2): 229-240. (PubMed)

27.    Jovicich J, Czanner S, Han X, Salat D, van der Kouwe A, Quinn B, Pacheco J, Albert M, Killiany R, Blacker D, Maguire P, Rosas D, Makris N, Gollub R, Dale A, Dickerson BC, Fischl B.. MRI-derived measurements of human subcortical, ventricular and intracranial brain volumes: Reliability effects of scan sessions, acquisition sequences, data analyses, scanner upgrade, scanner vendors and field strengths, NeuroImage, 2009;46(1):177-92 (PubMed)

28.    Robinson S, Basso G, Soldati N, Sailer U, Jovicich J, Bruzzone L, Kryspin-Exner I, Bauer H, Moser E. A resting state network in the motor control circuit of the basal ganglia. BMC Neurosci. 2009; 10:137. (PubMed)

29.    Soldati N., Robinson S., Persello C., Jovicich J., Bruzzone L., "Automatic Classification of Brain Resting States using fMRI Temporal Signals". Electronics Letters, 2009, 45(1): 19-21. (IEEE Xplore)

30.    Miller, M.I., Priebe, C., Qiu, A., Kolasny, A., Brown, T., Park, Y., Ratnanather, J.T., Busa, E., Jovicich. J., Yu, P., Dickerson, B., Buckner, R.L. and Morphometry BIRN. Collaborative Computational Anatomy: An MRI Morphometry Study of the Human Brain via Diffeomorphic Metric Mapping, Human Brain Mapping 2009, 30(7):2132-41. (PubMed)

31.    Han X., Jovicich J, Salat D, van der Kouwe A, Quinn B.T., Czanner S., Busa E., Pacheco J., Albert M., Killiany R., Maguire P, Rosas D., Makris N., Dale A., Dickerson B, Fischl B., Reliability of MRI-derived measurements of human cerebral cortical thickness: The effects of field strength, scanner upgrade and manufacturer, NeuroImage, 2006, 32(1):180-95.  (PubMed)

32.    Jovicich J, Czanner S, Greve D, Haley E, Kouwe A, Gollub R, Kennedy D, Schmitt F, Brown G, MacFall J, Fischl B, Dale A. Reliability in Multi-Site Structural MRI Studies: Effects of Gradient Non-linearity Correction on Phantom and Human Data. NeuroImage, 2006, 30(2): 436-443. (PubMed)

33.    Chang L, Ernst T, Witt MD, Ames N, Walot I, Jovicich J, DeSilva M, Trivedi N, Speck O, Miller EN. Persistent brain abnormalities in antiretroviral-naive HIV patients 3 months after HAART. Antivir Ther. 2003;8(1):17-26. (PubMed)

34.    Ernst T, Chang L, Jovicich J, Ames N, Arnold S. Abnormal brain activation on functional MRI in cognitively asymptomatic HIV patients. Neurology. 2002;59(9):1343-9. (PubMed)

35.    Ernst T, Chang L, Cooray D, Salvador C, Jovicich J, Walot I, Boone K, Chlebowski R. The effects of tamoxifen and estrogen on brain metabolism in elderly women. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2002;94(8):592-7.  (PubMed)

36.    Jovicich J, Peters RJ, Koch C, Braun J, Chang L, Ernst T. Brain areas specific for attentional load in a motion-tracking task. J Cogn Neurosci. 2001;13(8):1048-58. (PubMed)

37.    Chang L, Speck O, Miller EN, Braun J, Jovicich J, Koch C, Itti L, Ernst T. Neural correlates of attention and working memory deficits in HIV patients. Neurology. 2001; 57(6):1001-7.  (PubMed)

38.    Jovicich J, Norris DG. Functional MRI of the human brain with GRASE-based BOLD contrast. Magn Reson Med. 1999;41(5):871-6. (PubMed)

39.    Jovicich J, Norris DG. GRASE imaging at 3 Tesla with template interactive phase-encoding. Magn Reson Med. 1998;39(6):970-9. (PubMed)

 

Proceedings from Meetings

 

 

 

2016

 

  1. A. Albi, Angela Albi, Ofer Pasternak, Ludovico Minati, Moira Marizzoni, David Bartrés-Faz, Núria Bargalló, Paolo Maria Rossini, Camillo Marra, Ute Fiedler, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio Mariano Nobili, Oliver Blin, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Mira Didic, Stephanie Bombois, Régis Bordet, Pierre Payoux, Giada Zoccatelli, Alberto Beltramello, Massimo Caulo, Carlo Cavaliere, Andrea Soricelli, Lucilla Parnetti, Piero Floridi, Magda Tsolaki, Manos Constantinidis, Giovanni Frisoni, Jorge Jovicich, The PharmaCog ConsortiumFree water elimination improves test-retest reproducibility of diffusion tensor imaging indices in the brain: a longitudinal multisite study of healthy elderly subjects. Annual Meeting of the Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Geneva, Switzerland. 2016. Poster
  2. Maffei C and Jovicich J.  Effects of acquisition and tractography parameters on the reconstruction of the acoustic radiation. Annual Meeting of the Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Geneva, Switzerland. 2016. Poster
  3. Zaca D, Hasson U, Minati L, Jovicich J. Entropy and average edge strength for retrospective head motion estimatin in MR T1 weighted images. Annual Meeting of the Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Geneva, Switzerland. 2016. Poster
  4. Marizzoni M, Ferrari C, Galluzzi S, Jelle Visser P, Parnetti L, Nobili F, Didic M, Bartrés-Faz D, Fiedler U, Schonknecht P, Payoux P, Beltramello A, Soricelli A, Tsolaki M, Rossini PM, Forloni G, Bordet R, Jovicich J, Blin O, Frisoni GB; on behalf of the PharmaCog Consortium. Baseline CSF Aβ, Aβ/t-tau and Aβ/p-tau distributions to classify PharmaCog MCI patients. Advances in Alzheimer's Therapy, Athens, Greece. 2016. Oral presentation. 
  5. Marizzoni M,Galluzzi S, Jovicich J, Nobili F, Didic M, Bartrés-Faz D, Fiedler U, Schonknecht P, Payoux P, Beltramello A, Soricelli A,Parnetti L, Tsolaki M, Rossini PM, Jelle Visser P, Forloni G, Bordet R, Blin O, Frisoni GB; on behalf of the PharmaCog Consortium.Effect of vascular and amyloid pathology on structural connections in mild cognitive impairment. Advances in Alzheimer's Therapy, Athens, Greece. 2016. Poster
  6. Marizzoni M,Orlandi D, Rolandi E, Galluzzi S, Nobili F, Didic M, Bartrés-Faz D, Fiedler U, Schonknecht P, Payoux P, Beltramello A, Soricelli A,Parnetti L, Tsolaki M, Rossini PM, Jelle Visser P, Bordet R, Jovicich J, Blin O, Frisoni GB; on behalf of the PharmaCog Consortium. HIPPOCAMPAL SUBFIELDS ATROPHY IN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT PATIENTS WITH AD PATHOLOGY Advances in Alzheimer's Therapy, Athens, Greece. 2016. Poster 
  7. Marizzoni M,Orlandi D, Antelmi L, Galluzzi S, Nobili F, Didic M, Bartrés-Faz D, Fiedler U, Schonknecht P, Payoux P, Beltramello A, Soricelli A,Parnetti L, Tsolaki M, Rossini PM, Jelle Visser P, Bordet R, , Blin O, Frisoni GB, Jovicich J; on behalf of the PharmaCog Consortium. Across-session reproducibility of automated hippocampal subfields segmentations derived from Freesurfer 6.0: a European 3T multi-site study. Advances in Alzheimer's Therapy, Athens, Greece. 2016. Poster 
  8. A. Albi, Angela Albi, Ofer Pasternak, Ludovico Minati, Moira Marizzoni, David Bartrés-Faz, Núria Bargalló, Paolo Maria Rossini, Camillo Marra, Ute Fiedler, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio Mariano Nobili, Oliver Blin, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Mira Didic, Stephanie Bombois, Régis Bordet, Pierre Payoux, Giada Zoccatelli, Alberto Beltramello, Massimo Caulo, Carlo Cavaliere, Andrea Soricelli, Lucilla Parnetti, Piero Floridi, Magda Tsolaki, Manos Constantinidis, Giovanni Frisoni, Jorge Jovicich, The PharmaCog ConsortiumFree water elimination improves test-retest reproducibility of diffusion tensor imaging indices in the brain: a longitudinal multisite study of healthy elderly subjects. International Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine Annual Meeting, Singapore, May 7-13, 2016. Oral presentation.
  9. C. Maffei, J. Jovicich. Reconstruction of the human acoustic radiation tract: an investigation of diffusion acquisition and tractography algorithm factors. Italian Chapter of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine Annual Meeting, Bologna, Italy, February 4-5, 2016.
  10. A. Albi, Angela Albi, Ofer Pasternak, Ludovico Minati, Moira Marizzoni, David Bartrés-Faz, Núria Bargalló, Paolo Maria Rossini, Camillo Marra, Ute Fiedler, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio Mariano Nobili, Oliver Blin, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Mira Didic, Stephanie Bombois, Régis Bordet, Pierre Payoux, Giada Zoccatelli, Alberto Beltramello, Massimo Caulo, Carlo Cavaliere, Andrea Soricelli, Lucilla Parnetti, Piero Floridi, Magda Tsolaki, Manos Constantinidis, Giovanni Frisoni, Jorge Jovicich, The PharmaCog ConsortiumFree water elimination improves test-retest reproducibility of diffusion tensor imaging indices in the brain: a longitudinal multisite study of healthy elderly subjects. Italian Chapter of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine Annual Meeting, Bologna, Italy, February 4-5, 2016. Oral presentation.

 

2015

11.    C. Maffei, F. Dell’Acqua, J. Jovicich. Effects of b-value on spherical deconvolution characterization of the corspus callosum. European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, Edinburgh, U.K., October 1-3, 2015.

12.    D. Zacà, L. Minati, J. Jovicich. Estimation of retrospective human head motion correction from brain structural MRI: an evaluation of average edge strength. European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, Edinburgh, U.K., October 1-3, 2015.

13.    R. Marchitelli, O. Collignon, J. Jovicich, Influence of Head Motion and fMRI Slice Acquisition on Intrinsic Default Mode Network Reliability, Images of the Mind 2015: New Frontiers in Brain Imaging. Advanced in (f)MRI statistical methods and their applications, Milan, Italy, April 09-10, 2015.

14.    Rosazza C., Aquino D., D’Incerti L., Cordella R., Andronanche A., Zacà D., Bruzzone M.G., Tringali G., Minati L. Mapping Motor Cortex with Task-Based and Resting State fMRI. The brain and gliomas: when the connections are crucial. Brescia, Sept 24-26 2015

15.    Marizzoni M, Bordet R, Blin O, Frisoni GB, Jovicich J, Pharmacog Consortium, Hippocampal subfields reproducibility: A european multi-site 3T study, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases and Related Neurological Disorders, Nice, France, March 18-22, 2015

16.    Jovicich J, Minati L, Marizzoni M, Nobili F, Didic M, Bartrés-Faz D, Fiedler U, Schonknecht P, Payoux P, Beltramello A, Soricelli A, Parnetti L, Tsolaki M, Rossini PM, Scheltens P, Forloni G, Bordet R, Blin O, Frisoni GB; on behalf of the PharmaCog Consortium; Longitudinal reproducibility of default-mode network connectivity in healthy elderly participants: a multicentric resting-state fMRI study. Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, Washington D.C., USA, July 18-23 2015.

17.    Marizzoni M, Jovicich J, Nobili F, Didic M, Bartrés-Faz D, Fiedler U, Schonknecht P, Payoux P, Beltramello A, Soricelli A, Parnetti L,Tsolaki M,Rossini PM, Scheltens P, Forloni G, Bordet R, Blin O, Frisoni GB; on behalf of the PharmaCog Consortium; Hippocampal subfields changes in Mild Cognitive Impairment patients with AD pathology. Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, Washington D.C., USA, July 18-23 2015.

18.    Marizzoni M, Jovicich J, Nobili F, Didic M, Bartrés-Faz D, Fiedler U, Schonknecht P, Payoux P, Beltramello A, Soricelli A, Parnetti L,Tsolaki M,Rossini PM, Scheltens P, Forloni G, Bordet R, Blin O, Frisoni GB; on behalf of the PharmaCog Consortium; Longitudinal white matter alterations of MCI patients in WP5 PharmaCog/E-ADNI study: preliminary data. Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, Washington D.C., USA, July 18-23 2015.

19.    Rocco Marchitelli, Olivier Collignon, Jorge Jovicich, Intrinsic Default Mode Network Reliability: Head Motion and fMRI Slice Acquisition Effects, Organization of Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, June 14-18, 2015

20.    Zacà D, Kouwe Van der A, Jovicich J. Improved brain tissue contrast at high field using 3D multiecho MPRAGE. Italian Chapter of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine Annual Meeting, Verona, Italy, April 16-17, 2015.

21.    R. Marchitelli, L. Minati, G. Frisoni, J. Jovicich. Influence of data-driven physiological corretion methods on the longitudinal reliability and multisite consistency of the default mode network in healthy aging. Italian Chapter of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine Annual Meeting, Verona, Italy, April 16-17, 2015.

 

2014

 

22.    Clement P, Mutsaerts H, Ghariq E, Smits M, Acou M, Rostrup E, Pizzini FB, Wiest R, Kononen M, Jovicich J, Vanninen R, Bastos-Leite AJ, Larsson E and Achten E. Review of confounding effects on perfusion measurements. Front. Hum. Neurosci.: Belgian Brain Council: MODULATING THE BRAIN: FACTS, FICTION, FUTURE. Ghent, Belgium, 4 Oct - 4 Oct, 2014.

23.    Tward D, Jovicich J, Soricelli A, Frisoni GB, Trouve A, Younes L, Miller M. Improved reproducibility of neuroanatomical definitions through diffeomorphometry and complexity reduction. Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention Meeting, Boston, Sept. 14-18, 2014.

24.    J. Jovicich, L. Minati, R. Marchitelli, G.B. Frisoni, The Pharmacog Consortium, Resting state functional connectivity in the default mode network: preliminary evaluation of multicentre test-retest reproducibility, Biennial Conference on Resting State/Brain Connectivity, Boston, U.S.A, September 11-13, 2014.

25.    Rocco Marchitelli, Jorge Jovicich, Moira Marizzoni, Beatriz Bosch, David BartrésFaz, Núria Bargalló, Luca Roccatagliata, Agnese Picco, Flavio Nobili, Helene GrosDagnac,Pierre Payoux, Giovanni Frisoni, Physiological Noise Correction Effects on MultiSite Functional Connectivity Reproducibility; Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Hamburg, Germany, June 8-12, 2014.

26.    Domenico Zacà, Gabriele Chierchia, Ludovico Minati, Nicola De Pisapia, Jorge Jovicich, Loss aversion in the resting brain; Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Hamburg, Germany, June 8-12, 2014.

27.    Barbara Kreilkamp, Nico Dario Papinutto, Jorge Jovicich; Image Artifact Correction Tools for Brain DTI Data: Effects on Test-Retest Reproducibility, Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Hamburg, Germany, June 8-12, 2014.

28.    Pablo Martin Trias, Roser Sala-Llonch, Dídac Vidal-Piñeiro, Catherine Cassé-Perrot, Laura Lanteaume, Fabrizio Vecchio, Nicola Marzano, Claudio Babiloni, Cleofé Peña-Gómez, Eider Arenaza-Urquijo, Núria Bargalló, Jorge Jovicich, Olivier Blin, Joelle Micallef, David Bartrés-Faz. A study of BOLD reproducibility: visual encoding, memory and resting state. Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Hamburg, Germany, June 8-12, 2014.

29.    Domenico Zacà, Uri Hasson, Ben Davis, Nicola De Pisapia, and Jorge Jovicich, Presence of AVA in High Frequency Oscillations of the Perfusion fMRI Resting State Signal, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Milan, Italy, May 10-16, 2014.

30.    Jovicich J, R. Marchitelli, M. Marizzoni, R. Sala-Llonch, D. Bartrés-Faz, N. Bargalló, G. Frisoni, Influences of physiological noise correction on the functional connectivity of the default mode network and its reproducibility using TC-GICA, 13th International Geneva Springfield Symposium on Advances in Alzheimer Therapy, Geneva, Switzerland March 26-29, 2014

31.    Jorge Jovicich, Moira Marizzoni, Roser Sala-Llonch, Nuria Bargalló, David Bartrés-Faz, Jennifer Arnold, Jens Benninghoff, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio Nobili, Peter Schonknecht, Giada Zoccatelli, Franco Alessandrini, Alberto Beltramello, Hélène GROS-DAGNAC, Pierre Payoux, Valérie Chanoine, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Mira Didic, Melanie Leroy, Regis Bordet, and Giovanni Frisoni, Brain diffusion reproducibility: a European multi-site 3T MRI study, 13thInternational Geneva Springfield Symposium on Advances in Alzheimer Therapy, Geneva, Switzerland March 26-29, 2014

 

2013

  1. Assecondi S, Ferrari P, Jovicich J. A compact setup to improve the quality of EEG data recorded during fMRI, AIFM, Italian Associacion for Medical Physics, 16-19 Nov 2013, Torino, Italy
  2. Ferrari P, Assecondi S, Jovicich J. A new methodological approach to improve safety, quality and reproducibility during concurrent EEG/fMRI: a feasibility study. AIFM Italian Associacion for Medical Physics, 16-19 Nov 2013, Torino, Italy
  3. Jovicich J, M. Marizzon, D. Bartrés-Faz, M. Didic, P. Payoux, F. Nobili, P. Schönknecht, O. Blin, G. Forloni, G. Frisoni.  Longitudinal characterization of mild cognitive impairment patients in WP5 Pharmacog study: preliminary evaluations using morphometry, biochemical and neurophsychological data. ESMRB. European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, 3-5 October, Toulouse, France.
  4. Jovicich J, R. Marchitelli, M. Marizzoni, R. Sala-Llonch, D. Bartrés-Faz, N. Bargalló, G. Frisoni. Test-retest reproducibility of resting state brain functional connectivity measures in healthy elderly people: an evaluation of physiological noise correction effects. ESMRB. European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, 3-5 October, Toulouse, France.
  5. Jorge Jovicich, Moira Marizzoni, Roser Sala-Llonch, Nuria Bargalló, David Bartrés-Faz, Jennifer Arnold, Jens Benninghoff, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio Nobili, Peter Schonknecht, Giada Zoccatelli, Franco Alessandrini, Alberto Beltramello, Hélène GROS-DAGNAC, Pierre Payoux, Valérie Chanoine, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Mira Didic, Melanie Leroy, Regis Bordet, and Giovanni Frisoni, Across-session reproducibility of DTI derived metrics measured at 3T: Pharmacog consortium. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, April 20-26, 2013, p. #2913
  6. Jorge Jovicich, Moira Marizzoni, Roser Sala-Llonch, Nuria Bargalló, David Bartrés-Faz, Jennifer Arnold, Jens Benninghoff, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio Nobili, Peter Schonknecht, Giada Zoccatelli, Franco Alessandrini, Alberto Beltramello, Hélène GROS-DAGNAC, Pierre Payoux, Valérie Chanoine, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Mira Didic, Melanie Leroy, Regis Bordet, and Giovanni Frisoni, Reproducibility of brain morphometry results derived at 3T: a multi-center European study comparing the longitudinal and cross-sectional Freesurfer segmentation analyses. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, April 20-26, 2013, p. #2873
  7. Domenico Zacà, Sreenivasan R. Nadar, Jorge Jovicich, Jay J. Pillai , Cerebrovascular reactivity-based calibration of presurgical motor activation maps to improve detectability of the BOLD signal in patients with perirolandic brain tumors. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, April 20-26, 2013p. #2968
  8. Jorge Jovicich, Moira Marizzoni, Roser Sala-Llonch, Nuria Bargalló, David Bartrés-Faz, Jennifer Arnold, Jens Benninghoff, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio Nobili, Peter Schonknecht, Giada Zoccatelli, Franco Alessandrini, Alberto Beltramello, Hélène GROS-DAGNAC, Pierre Payoux, Valérie Chanoine, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Mira Didic, Melanie Leroy, Regis Bordet, and Giovanni Frisoni. Pharmacog: a multi-center European study evaluating human MRI-derived biomarkers (MR in Pharma Research Study Group), International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, April 20-26, 2013.
  9. J. Jovicich1*, M. Marizzoni2*, R. Sala-Llonch3, B. Bosch3, D. Bartrés-Faz3, J. Arnold4, J. Benninghoff4, J. Wiltfang4, L. Roccatagliata5, F. Nobili5, T. Hensch6, A. Tränkner6, P. Schönknecht6, M. Leroy7, R. Bordet7, V. Chanoine8, J.P. Ranjeva8, M. Didic9,10, H. Gros-Dagnac11, P. Payoux11, G. Zoccatelli12, F. Alessandrini12, A. Beltramello12, N. Bargalló13, O. Blin8, G.B. Frisoni2, on behalf of the PharmaCog Consortium. TEST-RETEST REPRODUCIBILITY OF BRAIN MORPHOMETRY, DIFFUSION AND RESTING-STATE FMRI: A 3T CONSORTIUM STUDY, Alzheimer's Association International Conference, Boston July 13-18, 2013.
  10. Babiloni C, Bartres-Faz D, Didic M, Forloni G, Jovicich J, Nobili F, Payoux P, Schonknecht P, Wiltfang J, Blin O, Frisoni GB. CROSS-SECTIONAL CLINICAL, NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL, NEUROIMAGING, NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL, AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF MILD COGNTIVE IMPAIRMENT PATIENTS IN WP5 PHARMACOG/E-ADNI STUDY. Alzheimer's Association International Conference, Boston July 13-18, 2013.
  11. Jorge Jovicich1, Moira Marizzoni2, Roser Sala-Llonch3, Núria Bargalló3, David Bartréz-Faz3, Jens Benninghoff4, Jens Wiltfang4, Luca Roccatagliata5, Flavio M. Nobili5, Karl-Titus Hoffmann6, Thomas Günther6, Peter Schönknecht6, Aurélien Monnet7, Regis Bordet7, Valérie Chanoine8,9, Alexandra Auffret8, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva8,9, Oliver Blin8, Hélène Gros-Dagnac10, Pierre Payoux10, Giada Zoccatelli11, Franco Alessandrini11, Alberto Beltramello11, Hans-Goran Hardemark12, Giovanni B. Frisoni. Annual Meeting for the Organization of Human Brain Mapping. Test-retest reproducibility of brain morphometry, diffusion and rs-fMRI in a 3T European consortium. Seattle, USA. June 16-20, 2013
  12. Ben Davis1, Jorge Jovicich1, Helmut Laufs2, Enzo Tagliazucchi2, and Uri Hasson. Dynamics in BOLD amplitude variance asymmetry characterize progression to deep sleep. Annual Meeting for the Organization of Human Brain Mapping. Test-retest reproducibility of brain morphometry, diffusion and rs-fMRI in a 3T European consortium. Seattle, USA. June 16-20, 2013
  13. Frisoni GB,1 Babiloni C,2 Bartres-Faz D,3 Didic M,4 Forloni G,5 Jovicich J,6 Nobili F,7 Payoux P,8 Schonknecht P,9 Wiltfang J,10 Blin O;11 on behalf of the PharmaCog Consortium. Cross-sectional clinical, neuropsychological, neuroimaging, neurophysiological, and biochemical characterization of mild cognitive impairment patients in WP5 PharmaCog/E-ADNI study: preliminary data. Italian Society for Neurology and Dementia, Perugia, Italy, May 13-15, 2013.
  14. Assecondi S., Ferrari P., Jovicich J. A compact setup to improve the quality of EEG data recorded during fMRI, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, April 20-26, 2013, p. #2764
  15. James Hartzell, Ben Davis, David Melcher, Gabriele Miceli, Tanmay Nath, Jorge Jovicich, Nandini Chatterjee Singh and Uri Hasson. Recitation-related structural changes in the brains of Vedic Sanskrit Pandits. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, April 13-16, 2013
  16. Davis, Ben; Jovicich, Jorge; Iacovella, Vittorio;Uri Hasson. AMPLITUDE VARIANCE ASYMMETRY: IDENTIFYING NONLINEAR SIGNATURES IN THE BOLD RESTING STATE SIGNAL. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, April 13-16, 2013
  17. Jorge Jovicich, Moira Marizzoni, Roser Sala-Llonch, Núria Bargalló, David Bartréz-Faz, Jens Benninghoff, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio M. Nobili, Karl-Titus Hoffmann, Thomas Günther, Peter Schönknecht, Aurélien Monnet, Regis Bordet, Valérie Chanoine, Alexandra Auffret, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Oliver Blin, Hélène Gros-Dagnac, Pierre Payoux, Giada Zoccatelli, Franco Alessandrini, Alberto Beltramello, Hans-Goran Hardemark, Giovanni B. Frisoni.Brain functional reproducibility: a European multi-site 3T MRI study. International Conference on Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases, Florence, Italy, March 6-10, 2013.
  18. Moira Marizzoni, Jorge Jovicich, Roser Sala-Llonch, Núria Bargalló, David Bartréz-Faz, Jens Benninghoff, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio M. Nobili, Karl-Titus Hoffmann, Thomas Günther, Peter Schönknecht, Aurélien Monnet, Regis Bordet, Valérie Chanoine, Alexandra Auffret, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Oliver Blin, Hélène Gros-Dagnac, Pierre Payoux, Giada Zoccatelli, Franco Alessandrini, Alberto Beltramello, Hans-Goran Hardemark, Giovanni B. Frisoni.Brain diffusion reproducibility: a European multi-site 3T MRI study. International Conference on Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases, Florence, Italy, March 6-10, 2013.

50.    Jorge Jovicich, Moira Marizzoni, Roser Sala-Llonch, Núria Bargalló, David Bartréz-Faz, Jens Benninghoff, Jens Wiltfang, Luca Roccatagliata, Flavio M. Nobili, Karl-Titus Hoffmann, Thomas Günther, Peter Schönknecht, Aurélien Monnet, Regis Bordet, Valérie Chanoine, Alexandra Auffret, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva, Oliver Blin, Hélène Gros-Dagnac, Pierre Payoux, Giada Zoccatelli, Franco Alessandrini, Alberto Beltramello, Hans-Goran Hardemark, Giovanni B. Frisoni. Brain morphometry reproducibility: a European multi-site 3T MRI study. International Conference on Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases, Florence, Italy, March 6-10, 2013.

 

      2012 and before

 

51.    J. Jovicich, M. Marizzoni, R. Sala-Llonch, D. Bartrés-Faz, L. Roccatagliata, F. Nobili, C. Zeeh, P. Schonknecht, A. Monnet, R. Bordet, G. Zoccatelli, A. Beltramello, S. Meyer, J. Wiltfang, V. Chanoine, O. Blin, H. GROS-DAGNAC, P. Payoux, H.-G. Hardemark, G.B. Frisoni; Multi-site MRI calibration to study the progression of Alzheimer's disease using brain morphometry; 29th Annual Scientific Meeting European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, Lisbon, Portugal, October 4-6, 2012.

  1. J. Jovicich, M. Marizzoni, R. Sala-Llonch, N. Bargalló, J. Wiltfang, L. Roccatagliata, F. Nobili, P. Schonknecht, A. Monnet, R. Bordet, V. Chanoine, A. Auffret, J.-P. Ranjeva, O. Blin, H. Gros-Dagnac, G. Zoccatelli, P. Payoux, D. Bartrés-Faz, H.-G. Hardemark, G.B. Frisoni; Multi-site MRI calibration to study the progression of Alzheimer's disease using brain diffusion data; 29th Annual Scientific Meeting European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, Lisbon, Portugal, October 4-6, 2012.
  2. Nico D. Papinutto, Sebastiano Galantucci, Jorge Jovicich and Maria Luisa Gorno-Tempini. White Matter Changes In Primary Proggressive Aphasia: A Tract-Based Spatial Statistics Analysis. 20th Annual meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. Melbourne, Australia, May 5-11, 2012.
  3. Nico D. Papinutto, Sebastiano Galantucci, Roland G. Henry, Jorge Jovicich and Maria Luisa Gorno-Tempini. Structural Connectivity Of The Left Anterior Temporal Lobe: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study. 20th Annual meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. Melbourne, Australia, May 5-11, 2012.
  4. N. Soldati, V. Calhoun, L. Bruzzone, J. Jovicich. Real-time fMRI using ICA: optimization study for dynamically monitoring a target IC with different types of a priori information. 18th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping to be held June 10-14, 2012 in Beijing, China
  5. N. Soldati, V. Calhoun, L. Bruzzone, J. Jovicich. Real-time fMRI using ICA: optimization study for defining a target IC from a functional localizer. 18th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping to be held June 10-14, 2012 in Beijing, China
  6. Jorge Jovicich1, Jenny Borsci2, Moira Marizzoni2, Roser Sala-Llonch3, Núria Bargalló3, David Bartréz-Faz3, Jens Benninghoff4, Jens Wiltfang4, Luca Roccatagliata5, Flavio M. Nobili5, Karl-Titus Hoffmann6, Thomas Günther6, Peter Schönknecht6, Aurélien Monnet7, Regis Bordet7, Valérie Chanoine8,9, Alexandra Auffret8, Jean-Philippe Ranjeva8,9, Oliver Blin8, Hélène Gros-Dagnac10, Pierre Payoux10, Giada Zoccatelli11, Franco Alessandrini11, Alberto Beltramello11, Hans-Goran Hardemark12, Giovanni B. Frisoni2. Pharmacog: Multi-Site Mri Calibration To Study Progression Of Alzheimer's Disease, Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July 14-19, 2012
  7. J. Jovicich, L. Venturi, G. Borsci, R. Sala, D. Bartres-Faz, V. Chanoine, O. Blin, H. Gros-Dagnac, P. Payoux, A. Monnet, R. Bordet, H. Siemann, J. Wiltfang, T. Guenther, P. Schönknecht, G. Zoccatelli, G.B. Frisoni, A. Beltramello. Pharmacog: Multi-Site Mri Calibration To Study Progression Of Alzheimer's Disease. 26° Congresso Nazionale AINR Associazione Italiana di Neuroradiologia Diagnostica e Interventistica Padova, 19-22 ottobre 2011
  8. S. Robinson and J. Jovicich. B0 mapping with multi-channel RF coils at high field, 2nd  Scientific Symposium on Ultrahigh Field MR, Berlin, Germany, June 24th 2011
  9. P. Lin, N. De Pisapia, J. Jovicich. Intrinsic Resting State Functional Connectivity of Default Mode Network Predicts Attention Task Performance, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Montreal, Canada; 2011.
  10. Gesierich B, Riello M, Adriani M, Monti A, Brentari V, Jovicich J, Robinson S, Gorno-Tempini ML. The anterior temporal lobes in semantics and lexical retrieval. Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Barcelona, Spain, 2010.
  11. Riello M., Gesierich B., Adriani M., Monti A., Brentari V., Jovicich J., Robinson S., Gorno-Tempini M. An fMRI study on the dissociation of semantic and lexical processes in face recognition, World Federation of Neurology Research Group on Aphasia and Cognitive Disorders Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey, 2010.
  12. C. Crescentini, S. Allaei, N. De Pisapia, D. Amati, J. Jovicich, T. Shallice. fMRI Investigations of Rule Acquisition in Inductive Reasoning. Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Barcelona, 2010.
  13. N. Soldati, S. Robinson, L. Bruzzone, J. Jovicich, “Brain Resting State fMRI Independent Components: Spectral Consistency Within Group”, Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Barcelona, 2010.
  14. N. Soldati, O. Hinds, C. Triantafyllou, J. Jovicich, “Preliminary Investigation of RSN Dynamics for rt-fMRI Analysis”, Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Barcelona, 2010.
  15. S. Assecondi, A. Bianchi, M. Buiatti, P. Ferrari, M. Veronica, J.V. Schwarzbach, J. Jovicich. A nonlinear template-based approach for BCG artifact removal in EEG-fMRI recordings at high fields. Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Barcelona, 2010.
  16. P. Lin, S. Robinson, J. Jovicich. Evaluating task independent deactivation: a multiple cognitive task fMRI study. Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Barcelona, 2010.
  17. P. Lin, S. Robinson, N. De Pisapia, J. Jovicich. Default Mode Network interactions during Resting and Cognitive Task: Granger Causality Evaluation, Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Barcelona, 2010.
  18. P. Lin, S. Robinson, J. Jovicich. Investigating the deactivation of the default mode network across multiple cognitive tasks. International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Stockholm, Sweden; 2010.
  19. N. Papinutto & J. Jovicich. Characterization of white matter fasciculi with T1 quantification: a feasibility study at high field. International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Stockholm, Sweden; 2010.
  20. P. Lin, S. Robinson, N. De Pisapia, J. Jovicich, Default Mode Network: Granger causality characterization of cognitive state changes. International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Stockholm, Sweden; 2010.
  21. N. Papinutto & J. Jovicich. Within subject averaging of diffusion tensor MRI data sets: a test-retest reproducibility evaluation. International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Stockholm, Sweden; 2010.
  22. P. Ferrari, L. Cattaneo, J.V. Schwarzbach, M. Sandrini, J. Jovicich. Technical and safety aspects in concurrent TMS-fMRI. International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Stockholm, Sweden; 2010.
  23. P. Ferrari, S. Robinson, J.V. Schwarzbach, M. Sandrini, J. Jovicich. TMS/fMRI: risk assessment at 4T. ISMRM Italian Chapter Annual Meeting, Milan, Italy, 2010.
  24. N. Soldati, S. Robinson, G. Basso, L. Bruzzone, J. Jovicich. Evaluation of consistency in group independent component analysis of brain resting state FMRI exploiting automatic spectral classification criteria. ISMRM Italian Chapter Annual Meeting, Milan, Italy, 2010.
  25. N. Papinutto, J. Jovicich. Within subject averaging of diffusion tensor mri data sets: a test-retest reproducibility evaluation. ISMRM Italian Chapter Annual Meeting, Milan, Italy, 2010.
  26. N. Soldati, O. Hinds, C. Triantafyllou, J. Jovicich. Preliminary investigation of resting state networks dynamics for RT-FMRI analysis. ISMRM Italian Chapter Annual Meeting, Milan, Italy, 2010. BEST POSTER AWARD
  27. S. Assecondi, M. Buiatti, P. Ferrari, V. Mazza, J. Schwarzbach, J. Jovicich. Ballistocardiographic artifact removal from simultaneous EEG-fMRI recordings at 4 T. ISMRM Italian Chapter Annual Meeting, Milan, Italy, 2010.
  28. Lin P., Robinson S., De Pisapia N., Jovicich J. A Study of Default Mode Brain Activity during Task Performance and Resting State with Functional Network Connectivity Method; Organization of Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco, USA; 2009.
  29. Papinutto N and Jovicich J, Effects Of Voxel Size, B-Factor And Averaging On The Test-Retest Reproducibility Of Dtiderived Fractional Anisotropy At 4T, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Honolulu, USA; 2009.
  30. Ferrari P, Schwarzbach V, Sandrini M, Robinson S., Jovicich J. TMS/fMRI: risk assessment at 4T, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Honolulu, USA; 2009.
  31. Robinson S, Barth M., Jovicich J. Fast, high resolution T2* mapping using 3D MGE and 3D EPI, with 3D correction for macroscopic dephasing effects, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Honolulu, USA; 2009.
  32. Lin P., Jovicich J., Robinson S. CBF-CMRO2 Coupling in the Default Mode Network, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Honolulu, USA; 2009.
  33. Soldati N, Robinson S, Bruzzone L, Jovicich J. Automatic Identification of Human Brain Resting State Networks: Reliability of Classification Over Number of Independent Components Identified, Organization of Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco, USA, 2009.
  34. Lin P., Jovicich J., Robinson S. Investigating the Neurophysiological Basis of the Brain Default Network as Defined by fMRI; Organization of Human Brain Mapping, San Francico, USA; 2009.
  35. Papinutto N and Jovicich J, Effects Of Voxel Size, B-Factor And Averaging On The Test-Retest Reproducibility Of Dtiderived Fractional Anisotropy At 4T, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Honolulu, USA; 2009.
  36. Ferrari P, Schwarzbach V, Sandrini M, Robinson S., Jovicich J. TMS/fMRI: risk assessment at 4T, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Honolulu, USA; 2009.
  37. Robinson S, Barth M., Jovicich J. Fast, high resolution T2* mapping using 3D MGE and 3D EPI, with 3D correction for macroscopic dephasing effects, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Honolulu, USA; 2009.
  38. Lin P., Jovicich J., Robinson S. CBF-CMRO2 Coupling in the Default Mode Network, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Honolulu, USA; 2009.
  39. Soldati N, Robinson S, Bruzzone L, Jovicich J. Automatic Identification of Human Brain Resting State Networks: Reliability of Classification Over Number of Independent Components Identified, Organization of Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco, USA, 2009.
  40. Lin P., Jovicich J., Robinson S. Investigating the Neurophysiological Basis of the Brain Default Network as Defined by fMRI; Organization of Human Brain Mapping, San Francico, USA; 2009.
  41. S. Robinson, N. Soldati, G. Basso, U. Sailer, J. Jovicich, L. Bruzzone, I. Kryspin Exner, H. Bauer, and E. Moser, “A Resting State Network in the Basal Ganglia”, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Toronto, Canada; 2008.
  42. Robinson S, and Jovicich J., “EPI distortion corrections at 4T: multi-channel field mapping and a comparison with the point-spread function method”, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Toronto, Canada; 2008.
  43. J. Jovicich, S. Robinson, G. Basso, P. Ferrari, N. Papinutto, B. Mahon, J. Schwarzbach; Human functional neuroimaging at 4T: methods developments and applications in cognitive neuroscience; Italian Bruker Users' Meeting, Milan, June 25, 2008
  44. Ferrari P, Papinutto ND, Tedoldi F, Tessari S., Jovicich J; He boil-off evaluation: characterization of safe workload conditions for a high-field human MRI system; MR Safety: Update, Practical Information and Research, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Workshop Series; Lisbon, Portugal, July 13-14 2008
  45. Papinutto N and Jovicich J; Optimization of brain tissue contrast in structural images at 4T: a computer simulation and validation study; European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology; Valencia, Spain, October 2-4, 2008
  46. Papinutto N and Jovicich J; 3D T1 high resolution mapping of the whole brain at 4T using a standard IR-TSE sequence; European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology;Valencia, Spain, October 2-4, 2008
  47. P. Ferrari, N.D. Papinutto, J. Jovicich, "Caratterizzazione della stabilità temporale di uno scanner MRI", V Congresso Nazionale Medical Physics Italian Association, Castelvecchio Pascoli (LU), 17-20 Settembre 2007.
  48. P. Ferrari, J. Jovicich, "Website per il monitoraggio dello status di uno scanner MRI", V Congresso Nazionale Medical Physics Italian Association, Castelvecchio Pascoli (LU), 17-20 Settembre 2007.

100.        Silvester Czanner, Xiao Han, Jenni Pacheco, Stuart Wallace, Evelina Busa, Andre van der Kouwe, Bruce Fischl, Jorge Jovicich; Test-retest reliability assessment for longitudinal MRI studies: effects of MRI system upgrade on morphometric analysis of structural MRI data; In: Human Brain Mapping, 12th Annual Meeting; Florence, Italy. 2006.

101.       J. Jovicich, S. Czanner, X. Han, D. Greve, J. Pacheco, E. Busa, A. van der Kouwe, B. Fischl, A. Dale; Reproducibility of automated brain morphometric estimates derived from multi-site structural MRI studies, In: International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Seattle, WA; 2006.

102.        J. Jovicich, MF. Beg, S. Pieper, C. Priebe, MM. Miller, R. Buckner, B. Rosen, Morphometry BIRN. Biomedical Informatics Research Network: Integrating Multi-Site Neuroimaging Data Acquisition, Data Sharing and Brain Morphometric Processing. In: The 18th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems; Dublin, Ireland. 2005. 

103.       Jorge Jovicich, Silvester Czanner, Brian Quinn, Jenni Pacheco, Andre van der Kouwe, Peter J Snyder, Mostafa Analoui, Marilyn Albert, Rahul Desikan, Ron Killiany, Bruce Fischl, Brad Dickerson. Test-retest reliability assessment for longitudinal MRI studies: An intensity-based comparison of T1-weighted protocols and field strengths. In: Human Brain Mapping, 11th Annual Meeting; Toronto, Canada. 2005. 

104.        M. Faisal Beg, Randy Buckner, Bruce Fischl, Youngser Park, Elvan Ceyhan, Carey Priebe, Can Ceritoglu, Anthony Kolasny, Timothy Brown, Brian Quinn, Peng Yu, Brian Gold, J. Tilak Ratnanather, Michael Miller, BIRN Brain Morphometry. Pattern classification of hippocampal shape analysis in a study of Alzheimer's Disease. In: Human Brain Mapping, 11th Annual Meeting; Toronto, Canada. 2005. 

105.        J. Jovicich, S. Czanner, D. Greve, J. Pacheco, E. Busa, A. van der Kouwe, Morphometry BIRN, B. Fischl. Test-retest reproducibility assessments for longitudinal studies: quantifying MRI system upgrade effects. In: International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Miami, FL 2005.

106.        Xiao Han, Jorge Jovicich, David Salat, Andre van der Kouwe, Bradford Dickerson, Diana Rosas, Nikos Makris, Anders Dale, Bruce Fischl. CNR Comparison of three pulse sequences for structural MR Brain Imaging. In: Human Brain Mapping, 11th Annual Meeting; Toronto, Canada. 2005. 

107.        Liu J, Jovicich J, Baker CI, Mangini M, Wald L, Kanwisher N. A left fusiform region that responds selectively to letter strings. In: Fourth Annual Meeting, Vision Sciences Society; Sarasota, FL. 2004. p. T98.

108.        Jovicich J, Grethe J, MacFall J, Gollub R, Pieper S, Rosen B "Distributed collaborations using neuroinformatics and information technology innovations." In: RSNA. Chicago, IL. 2004.

109.        Jovicich, J. , D. Greve, E. Haley, D. Kennedy, Y. Tosa, R. L. Gollub, B. Fischl, A. Dale, B. Morphometry BIRN. Multi-site structural MRI studies: an evaluation of image distortions and image intensity reproducibility. In: International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 12th Annual Scientific Meeting; Kyoto, Japan. 2004. p. 136.

110.        Jovicich, J., E. Haley, D. Greve, R. Gollub, D. Kennedy, B. Fischl, A. Dale. Brain Morphology BIRN; Reliability in Multi-Site Structural MRI Studies: Effects of gradient nonlinearity correction on volume and displacement of brain subcortical structures. In: Human Brain Mapping, 10th Annual Meeting; Budapest, Hungary. 2004.

111.        Beg, MF Ceritoglu C, Kolasny AE, Priebe CE, Ratnanather JT, Yashinski R, Younes L, Yu P, Jovicich J, Buckner RL, Pieper S, Fischl B, Miller MI. Biomeidcal Infomratics Research Network: Multi-site Processing pipeline for shape analysis of brain structures. In: Human Brain Mapping, 10th Annual Meeting; Budapest, Hungary. 2004.

112.        Jovicich, J., S. Pieper, M. Miller, R. Gollub, D. Rex, A. Bischoff-Grethe, R. Buckner, R. Krishnan, Brain Morphometry BIRN. Biomedical Informatics Research Network: Integrating multi-site neuroimaging data acquisition, data sharing and brain morphometric processing. In: Biomedical Information Science and Technology Initiative Consortium; Bethesda, Maryland. 2003. p. II-53.

113.        J.S. Grethe, J. Jovicich, M.E. Martone, S. Pieper, G.G. Brown, M.H. Ellisman, R.L. Gollub, Brain Morphometry BIRN, Mouse BIRN, FIRST BIRN, BIRN Coordinating Center. The Biomedical Informatics Research Network: Educational and Teaching Resources. In: Society for Neuroscience, 33th Annual Meeting; New Orleans, LA. 2003. p. 23.5.

114.        J. Jovicich, D. Greve, E. Haley, B. Fischl, A. Dale, Brain Morphology BIRN. Biomedical Informatics Research Network : Characterization and Correction of Image Distortions in Multi-Site Structural MRI. In: Human Brain Mapping, 9th Annual Meeting; New York, NY. 2003. p. 863

115.        J. Jovicich and N.G. Kanwisher. The "Visual Word Form Area" is not selective for words. In: Proc. 32nd Annual Meeting, Society for Neuroscience; Orlando, FL. 2002. p. 161.5.

116.        Ernst T, Chang L, Jovicich J, Ames N, Gaiefsky M, Arnold S. Abnormal Brain Activation on Functional MRI in Cognitively Asymptomatic HIV Patients. In: Proceedings of the American Academy of Neurology, 54th Annual Meeting; Denver, CO. 2002.

117.        Jovicich J, Peters R.J., Koch C., Braun J., Chang L., Ernst T. Brain Areas Specific for Attentional Load in a Motion Tracking Task. In: Proc. 9th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Glasgow, UK. 2001. p. 667.

118.        T. Ernst, L. Chang, J. Jovicich, S. Arnold. Abnormal Functional MRI in Cognitively Asymptomatic HIV Patients. In: Proc. 9th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Glasgow, UK. 2001. p. 667.

119.        Jovicich J, Peters R.J., Koch C., Braun J., Chang L., Ernst T. Brain Areas Specific for Attentional Load in a Motion Tracking Task. In: Second Annual Meeting, Vision Sciences; Sarasota, FL. 2001. p. 346.

120.        D.G. Norris, T. Mildner, C. Schwarzbauer, M. Koch, T. Jochimsen, C.J. Wiggins, J. Jovicich. Current Issues in Functional Brain Imaging. Proc. 15th European Experimental NMR Conference. 2000:L 28.

121.        J. Jovicich, R.J. Peters, C. Koch, L. Chang, T. Ernst. Human perception of faces and face cartoons: an fMRI study. In: Proc. 8th Scientific Meeting and Exhibition of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Denver, CO; 2000. p. 884.

122.        C. Koch, R.J. Peters, F. Gabbiani, J. Jovicich, T. Ernst, L. Chang. Psychophysics and physiology of figural perception in humans. In: Proc. 4th Annual Vision Research Conference; Sarasota, Fl. 2000.

123.        R.J. Peters, F. Gabbiani, J. Jovicich, C. Koch. Models of visual object representation in humans. In: Proc. 5th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society; San Francisco, USA. 2000.

124.        Chang L., T. Ernst, M. Witt, M. DeSilva, J. Jovicich, I. Walot, N. Ames, N. Trivedi, E. Miller. Cerebral Metabolite Abnormalities in Antiretroviral-Naive HIV patients before and after HAART. In: Proc. 17th Annual Universitywide AIDS Research Program Meeting; San Francisco, CA. 2000.

125.        Jovicich J, Peters RJ, Rees G, Chang L, Ernst T, Koch C. An fMRI investigation of holistic versus feature processing of faces. In: Proc Society for Neuroscience; New Orleans, LA. 2000. p. 104.1.

126.        Jovicich J, Norris DG. fMRI with GRASE at 3 T: initial evaluation using split-echo technique. In: Proc. 6th ScientificMeeting and Exhibition of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Sydney, Australia. 1998. p. 1448.

127.        Jovicich J, Norris DG. Funktionelle GRASE-Bildgebung bei 3 Tesla. In: Proc. International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 1. Tagung der Deutsche Sektion; Freiburg, Germany. 1998. p. 37.

128.        Jovicich J, Norris DG. Template Interactive Phase-Encoding (TIPE): Application for short effective TE GRASE imaging at 3 Tesla. In: Proc. 14th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology; Brussels, Belgium. 1997. p. 49.

129.        Jovicich J, Norris DG. Functional neuroimaging with GRASE: a comparison with GRE and SE sequences. In: Proc. 5thScientific Meeting and Exhibition of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine; Vancouver, Canada. 1997. p. 1622.

130.        Jovicich J, Norris DG. Functional neuroimaging with GRASE: a comparison with GRE and SE sequences. In: Proc. 13th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology; Prague, Check Republic. 1996. p. 69.

 

 

Conference Exhibits

·         Biomedical Informatics Research Network, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, Oct 2004.

·         Distributed Collaborations Using Neuroinformatics and Information Technology Innovations, Internet2 / NLM  infoRAD Demos and Tutorials, Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Nov 2004

Non-peer reviewed publications

Theses

1.

  Jorge Jovicich. Licentiate Physics Thesis: Monte Carlo simulation of synchrotron radiation mammography. Cordoba, Argentina: Universidad National de Cordoba; 1993.

2.

  Jorge Jovicich. M.Sc. Thesis: Physiological monitoring in a strong magnetic field. Aberdeen, United Kingdom: University of Aberdeen; 1994.

3.

  Jorge Jovicich. Ph.D. Thesis: An investigation of the use of Gradient- and Spin-echo (GRASE) imaging for functional magnetic resonance imaging. Leipzig, Germany: University of Leipzig; 1999.

Patent

·         Jovicich J, Norris DG. Template Interactive Phase-Encoding (TIPE) for magnetic resonance imaging.  Max-Planck-Gesellschaft. German patent, 1998.

 

Other

 

·         A Position Paper for Improving Internationalization of Research in Trentino: International Welcome Services; Jorge Jovicich. Call for ideas to improve the “Sistema della Ricerca e Internazionalizzazione”, Provincia Autonoma di Trento; August 2008

 

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Ongoing and past funding

 

Project title

Genetic Architecture of Schizophrenia Intermediate Phenotypes

Sponsor

National Institute of Mental Health, U.S.A. (R01 MH092380)

Goals

The goal of this project is to investigate the contribution of genetic risk variants for schizophrenia to cognitive and neuroanatomical abnormalities using a large multi-center collection of 6,400 cases and controls.

Role

Consultant responsible to advice on multi-site morphometric data analysis. (P.I.: Tracey Petryshen)

Duration

September 10, 2012 – December 8, 2016

 

 

Project title

Pharmacog (“Prediction of cognitive properties of new drug candidates for neurodegenerative diseases in early clinical development”) http://www.alzheimer-europe.org/FR/Research/PharmaCog

Sponsor

European Union (FP7 for the Innovative Medicine Initiative, grant n°115009).

Goals

Develop markers and models that can be used to characterize the progression of treated/untreated Alzheimer’s Disease using multi-site neuroimaging data (MRI and EEG), blood samples and cognitive tests

Role

Consultant responsible to supervise a postdoctoral fellow for the multi-site calibration of structural, diffusion and resting state functional MRI data (eight 3 Tesla sites). (P.I. of human MRI working group: Giovanni Frisoni)

Duration

October 2009 – October 2014

 

 

Project title

Cognitive and neural basis of selective attention

Sponsor

Ministry of Education and Research, Italy (MUIR, Prot. 2008HETS3W)

Goals

The overall objective of the research project is to study the cognitive and neural bases of selective unimodal and intermodal that in healthy subjects or with brain lesions or sensory deprivation.

Role

Co-Investigator (P.I., Carlo Alberto Marzi)

Duration

March 22, 2010-  September 22, 2012

 

Project title

Multisensory plasticity in deaf and cochlear implant recipients

Sponsor

Province of Trento, Italy (Province and University of Trento Research agreement, call 2008)

Goals

Use cognitive, EEG and MRI to characterize plasticity in the visual and auditory systems related to deafness.

Role

Co-investigator (P.I.: Francesco Pavani)

Duration

August 2008 –  July 2009

 

Project title

Evolution of cognitive disfunction following cerebral damage: an fMRI study of the effects of rehabilitation treatment for the recovery of cognitive deficits and neuroplasticity of the central nervous system.

Sponsor

Province of Trento, Italy (Projects in the area of Health, 2007)

Goals

Use longitudinal structural, diffusion and functional MRI to find markers that correlate with post-stroke cognitive recovery during neurorehabilitation.

Role

Co-Investigator (P.I.: Gabriele Miceli)

Duration

January 2008 –  December 2010

 

 

Project title

Addressing the neural basis of stochastic resonance in humans: a combined EEG and high-resolution fMRI approach

Sponsor

Province of Trento, Italy (Province and University of Trento Research agreement, call 2006)

Goals

The aim of the present project was to examine the neural basis of stochastic noise in human perception using a combined approach based on behavioural research, electroencephalography (EEG) measures, and high-resolution functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).

Role

Principal Investigator from Department of Cognitive Sciences

Duration

August 1, 2006 –July 31, 2007

 

 

Project title

Brain Morphometry Biomedical Informatics Research Network (http://www.birncommunity.org/)

Sponsor

National Center for Research Resources, National Institutes of Health, USA. (Grant # U24 RR021382, at the time I was part of the project, for updated information see site’s webpage)

Goals

The aim of the project was to provides data-sharing infrastructure, software tools, strategies and advisory services – all from a single source

Role

Scientific Project Manager, Co-Investigator (during the period 2002-2005)

Duration

2001 – present (see site’s webpage)

 

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