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Gang Li
Gang Li
Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Review of methods for functional brain connectivity detection using fMRI
K Li, L Guo, J Nie, G Li, T Liu
Computerized medical imaging and graphics 33 (2), 131-139, 2009
3762009
Dynamic development of regional cortical thickness and surface area in early childhood
AE Lyall, F Shi, X Geng, S Woolson, G Li, L Wang, RM Hamer, D Shen, ...
Cerebral cortex 25 (8), 2204-2212, 2015
3392015
The UNC/UMN Baby Connectome Project (BCP): An overview of the study design and protocol development
BR Howell, MA Styner, W Gao, PT Yap, L Wang, K Baluyot, E Yacoub, ...
NeuroImage 185, 891-905, 2019
2452019
Mapping longitudinal development of local cortical gyrification in infants from birth to 2 years of age
G Li, L Wang, F Shi, AE Lyall, W Lin, JH Gilmore, D Shen
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (12), 4228-4238, 2014
2442014
LINKS: Learning-based multi-source IntegratioN frameworK for Segmentation of infant brain images
L Wang, Y Gao, F Shi, G Li, JH Gilmore, W Lin, D Shen
NeuroImage 108, 160-172, 2015
2422015
High‐order resting‐state functional connectivity network for MCI classification
X Chen, H Zhang, Y Gao, CY Wee, G Li, D Shen, ...
Human brain mapping 37 (9), 3282-3296, 2016
2052016
Mapping Region-Specific Longitudinal Cortical Surface Expansion from Birth to 2 Years of Age
G Li, J Nie, L Wang, F Shi, W Lin, JH Gilmore, D Shen
Cerebral Cortex, 2012
2022012
Segmentation of neonatal brain MR images using patch-driven level sets
L Wang, F Shi, G Li, Y Gao, W Lin, JH Gilmore, D Shen
NeuroImage 84, 141-158, 2014
1952014
3D cell nuclei segmentation based on gradient flow tracking
G Li, T Liu, A Tarokh, J Nie, L Guo, A Mara, S Holley, S Wong
BMC cell biology 8 (1), 40, 2007
1892007
Modeling Rett syndrome using TALEN-edited MECP2 mutant cynomolgus monkeys
Y Chen, J Yu, Y Niu, D Qin, H Liu, G Li, Y Hu, J Wang, Y Lu, Y Kang, ...
Cell 169 (5), 945-955. e10, 2017
1842017
Benchmark on automatic six-month-old infant brain segmentation algorithms: the iSeg-2017 challenge
L Wang, D Nie, G Li, Puybareau, J Dolz, Q Zhang, F Wang, J Xia, Z Wu, ...
IEEE transactions on medical imaging 38 (9), 2219-2230, 2019
1652019
Spatial patterns, longitudinal development, and hemispheric asymmetries of cortical thickness in infants from birth to 2 years of age
G Li, W Lin, JH Gilmore, D Shen
Journal of neuroscience 35 (24), 9150-9162, 2015
1362015
Computational neuroanatomy of baby brains: A review
G Li, L Wang, PT Yap, F Wang, Z Wu, Y Meng, P Dong, J Kim, F Shi, ...
NeuroImage 185, 906-925, 2019
1332019
Mapping longitudinal hemispheric structural asymmetries of the human cerebral cortex from birth to 2 years of age
G Li, J Nie, L Wang, F Shi, AE Lyall, W Lin, JH Gilmore, D Shen
Cerebral cortex 24 (5), 1289-1300, 2014
1332014
Construction of 4D high-definition cortical surface atlases of infants: Methods and applications
G Li, L Wang, F Shi, JH Gilmore, W Lin, D Shen
Medical image analysis 25 (1), 22-36, 2015
1262015
Measuring the dynamic longitudinal cortex development in infants by reconstruction of temporally consistent cortical surfaces
G Li, J Nie, L Wang, F Shi, JH Gilmore, W Lin, D Shen
Neuroimage 90, 266-279, 2014
1192014
Axonal Fiber Terminations Concentrate on Gyri
J Nie, L Guo, K Li, Y Wang, G Chen, L Li, H Chen, F Deng, X Jiang, ...
Cerebral Cortex, 2011
1132011
Spatial distribution and longitudinal development of deep cortical sulcal landmarks in infants
Y Meng, G Li, W Lin, JH Gilmore, D Shen
Neuroimage 100, 206-218, 2014
1102014
Integration of sparse multi-modality representation and anatomical constraint for isointense infant brain MR image segmentation
L Wang, F Shi, Y Gao, G Li, JH Gilmore, W Lin, D Shen
NeuroImage 89, 152-164, 2014
1042014
Consistent reconstruction of cortical surfaces from longitudinal brain MR images
G Li, J Nie, D Shen
Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention–MICCAI 2011, 671-679, 2011
1022011
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