Browsing publications by Dr Benjamin Aribisala

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr David Cousins
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Professor Nicol Ferrier
Professor Andrew Blamire
Lithium, Gray Matter, and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Signal2013
Christopher Cowie
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Dr Jiabao He
Anna Peel
Josh Wood
et al.
DTI findings in normal appearing grey and white matter correlate with deficits in cognitive function after mild and moderate traumatic brain injury2012
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Professor Andrew Blamire
Comparative Study of Standard Space and Real Space Analysis of Quantitative MR Brain Data2011
Dr Ee Lim
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Professor John Mathers
Professor Roy Taylor
et al.
Fasting Successfully Treats Early Diabetes Type 22011
Dr Ee Lim
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Professor John Mathers
Professor Roy Taylor
et al.
Reversal of type 2 diabetes: Normalisation of beta cell function in association with decreased pancreas and liver triacylglycerol2011
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Chris Cowie
Dr Jiabao He
Professor Andrew Blamire
Classification of Traumatic Brain Injury Patients Using Multi-parametric Automatic Analysis of Quantitative MRI Scans2010
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Christopher Cowie
Dr Jiabao He
Jean Wood
Professor Alexander Mendelow
et al.
Detection of tissue changes in traumatic brain injury patients using automated regional analysis of quantitative MR scans.2010
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Christopher Cowie
Dr Jiabao He
Josh Wood
Professor Alexander Mendelow
et al.
Detection of tissue changes in traumatic brain injury patients using automated regional analysis of quantitative MR scansBrain Injury Patients Using Automatic Regional Analysis of Quantitative MR Scans2010
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Christopher Cowie
Dr Jiabao He
Josh Wood
Professor Alexander Mendelow
et al.
Multi-parametric classification of traumatic brain injury patients using automatic analysis of quantitative MRI scans2010
Dr Kieren Hollingsworth
Professor David Jones
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Dr Peter Thelwall
Professor Roy Taylor
et al.
Globus pallidus magnetisation transfer ratio, T1 and T2 in primary biliary cirrhosis: relationship with disease stage and age2009
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