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Publications

A full list of publications and citation statistics for Dr. Yunjie Tong is provided on Google Scholar.

Some selective journals, conferences and invited presentations are listed below.

Journals

  • Sutoko S, Chan YL, Obata A, Sato H, Maki A, Numata T, Funane T, Atsumori H, Kiguchi M, Tang T, Li Y, Frederick BD, Tong Y*. (2019). Denoising of neuronal signal from mixed systemic low frequency oscillation using peripheral measurement as noise regressor in near-infrared imaging. Neurophotonics., 6(1), 015001. (in press) [PDF]
  • Yang HS, Liang Z, Yao JF, Shen X, Frederick BD, Tong Y*. (2018). Vascular effects of caffeine found in BOLD fMRI. Journal of Neuroscience Research.2018;00:1–11.(in press) [PDF]
  • Liang, Z., Minagawa, Y., Yang, H., Tian, H., Cheng, L., Arimitsu, T., . . . Tong, Y. (2018). Symbolic time series analysis of fNIRS signals in brain development assessment. Journal of Neural Engineering., 15(6), 066013. [PDF]
  • Tong Y*, Lindsey KP, Hocke LM, Vitaliano G, Mintzopoulos D and Frederick BD (2017) Perfusion information extracted from resting state fMRI. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow Metabolism; 37(2): 564-576. [PDF]
  • Hocke LM*, Tong Y, Lindsey KP and Frederick BD (2016) Comparison of peripheral NIRS LFOs to other denoising methods in resting state functional fMRI with ultra-high temporal resolution. Magnetic Resonance Medicine, 76(6): 1697-1707 [PDF]
  • Frederick BD*, Strother M, Lindsey KP, Hocke LM, Tong Y and Donahue MJ (2016) Time delay processing of hypercapnic fMRI allows quantitative parameterization of cerebrovascular reactivity and bloodflow delays. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow Metabolism; 36(10):1767-1779. PMID: 26661192 [PDF]
  • Tong Y* and Frederick BD (2014) Tracking cerebral blood flow in BOLD fMRI using recursively generated regressors. Human Brain Mapping, November; 35(11):5471-85. PMID: 24954380 [PDF]
  • Tong Y*, Hocke LM, Frederick BD. (2013) Short TR multiband EPI with simultaneous pulse recording allows dynamic imaging of the cardiac pulsation signal. Magnetic Resonance Medicine, November; 72(5):1268-76. PMID: 24272768 [PDF]
  • Tong Y*, Hocke LM, Nickerson LD, Licata SC, Lindsey KP, Frederick BD. (2013) Evaluating the effects of systemic low frequency oscillations measured in the periphery on the independent component analysis results of resting state networks. Neuroimage, August 1;76:202-15. PMID: 23523805 [PDF]
  • Tong Y*, Hocke LM, Licata SC, Frederick BD. (2012) Low frequency oscillations measured in the periphery with near infrared spectroscopy are strongly correlated with blood oxygen level-dependent functional magnetic resonance imaging signals. Journal of Biomedical Optics, October; 17(10):106004. PMID: 23224003 [PDF]
  • Tong Y*, Frederick BD. (2010) Time lag dependent multimodal processing of concurrent fMRI and near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) data suggests a global circulatory origin for low-frequency oscillation signals in human brain. Neuroimage, November 1;53(2):553-64. PMID: 20600975 [PDF]

 

Conference proceedings

 

  • Tong Y, Hocke LM, Fan X, Janes, AC and Frederick BD (2015) “Can apparent resting state connectivity arise from systemic fluctuations?” Organization of Human Brain Mapping meeting, Honolulu, HI. (2015)
  • Tong Y, Hocke LM, Caine CE, Frederick BD and Morales OG (2015) “Monitoring brain activation of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation by functional near infrared spectroscopy,” 1st International Brain Stimulation Conference, Singapore.
  • Erdogan SB, Tong Y, Hocke LM, Lindsey KP and Frederick BD (2015) “The performance of global mean regression can be improved by voxel-wise temporal alignment,” Organization of Human Brain Mapping meeting, Honolulu, HI.

 

Invited Presentations

 

  • Conference Presentation: Concurrent near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and functional MRI studies on human brain function and physiology, The Annual Meeting of Japanese Optical Functional Brain Imaging Society, Tokyo, Japan (2016)
  • Invited presentation: Concurrent near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and functional MRI studies on human brain function and physiology, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR), Kyoto, Japan (2016)
  • Conference Presentation: Perfusion map derived from resting state fMRI, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) Annual Meeting, Singapore, Singapore (2016)
  • Invited presentation: Applications of Time Delay Processing and its Impacts on Resting State fMRI, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China (2016)
  • Invited presentation: Concurrent near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and functional MRI studies on human brain function and physiology, Center for Information and Neural Networks (Cinet), Osaka University, Osaka, Japan (2016)