According to our database1, Stefan Klöppel authored at least 19 papers between 2008 and 2017.
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The European DTI Study on Dementia - A multicenter DTI and MRI study on Alzheimer's disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment.
Quasi-isometric length parameterization of cortical sulci: Application to handedness and the central sulcus morphology.
Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, 2015
Correction of inter-scanner and within-subject variance in structural MRI based automated diagnosing.
Reduction of confounding effects with voxel-wise Gaussian process regression in structural MRI.
Proceedings of the International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging, 2014
Interregional compensatory mechanisms of motor functioning in progressing preclinical neurodegeneration.
The effect of handedness on the shape of the central sulcus.
Diagnostic neuroimaging across diseases.
Multivariate pattern classification of gray matter pathology in multiple sclerosis.
Combining DTI and MRI for the Automated Detection of Alzheimer's Disease Using a Large European Multicenter Dataset.
Proceedings of the Multimodal Brain Image Analysis - Second International Workshop, 2012
A comparison of different automated methods for the detection of white matter lesions in MRI data.
Multivariate models of inter-subject anatomical variability.
Effects of hardware heterogeneity on the performance of SVM Alzheimer's disease classifier.
Predicting clinical scores from magnetic resonance scans in Alzheimer's disease.
Combining functional and anatomical connectivity reveals brain networks for auditory language comprehension.
Intra- and interscanner variability of automated voxel-based volumetry based on a 3D probabilistic atlas of human cerebral structures.
Estimating the age of healthy subjects from T1-weighted MRI scans using kernel methods: Exploring the influence of various parameters.
Genotype-phenotype interactions in primary dystonias revealed by differential changes in brain structure.
Interpreting scan data acquired from multiple scanners: A study with Alzheimer's disease.
The cortical motor threshold reflects microstructural properties of cerebral white matter.