According to our database1, Mara Cercignani authored at least 21 papers between 2005 and 2019.
Legend:Book In proceedings Article PhD thesis Other
Comparison between a pure functional connectivity and a mixed functional-topological model in functional connectivity. An application on parahippocampal gyrus-anterior division data.
Biomed. Signal Process. Control., 2019
Introducing axonal myelination in connectomics: A preliminary analysis of g-ratio distribution in healthy subjects.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the precuneus enhances memory and neural activity in prodromal Alzheimer's disease.
Microstructural imaging of the human brain with a 'super-scanner': 10 key advantages of ultra-strong gradients for diffusion MRI.
Brain microstructure by multi-modal MRI: Is the whole greater than the sum of its parts?
Fundam. Informaticae, 2018
Proceedings of the Medical Image Understanding and Analysis - 21st Annual Conference, 2017
Network attack simulations in Alzheimer's disease: The link between network tolerance and neurodegeneration.
Proceedings of the 13th IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, 2016
Estimating multimodal brain connectivity in multiple sclerosis: An exploratory factor analysis.
Proceedings of the 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2016
Gaussian process classification of Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment from resting-state fMRI.
Quantitative magnetization transfer provides information complementary to grey matter atrophy in Alzheimer's disease brains.
Anatomical connectivity mapping: A new tool to assess brain disconnection in Alzheimer's disease.
Brain pathology in first-episode psychosis: Magnetization transfer imaging provides additional information to MRI measurements of volume loss.
In vivo definition of parieto-motor connections involved in planning of grasping movements.
White matter tracts in first-episode psychosis: A DTI tractography study of the uncinate fasciculus.
Abnormal brain connectivity in first-episode psychosis: A diffusion MRI tractography study of the corpus callosum.
Corrigendum to "Abnormal brain connectivity in first-episode psychosis: A diffusion MRI tractography study of the corpus callosum" [NeuroImage 35 (2007) 458-466].
Localized grey matter damage in early primary progressive multiple sclerosis contributes to disability.