Browsing publications by Professor John O'Brien

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Michael Firbank
Professor David Williams
Dr Robert Barber
Dr Sean Colloby
Nicola Barnett
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An evidence based algorithm for the utility of FDG-PET for diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease according to presence of medial temporal lobe atrophy2016
Dr Sean Colloby
Professor John O'Brien
Professor Alan Thomas
Computational meta-analysis of statistical parametric maps in major depression2016
Professor Andrew Blamire
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Professor John O'Brien
Cortical and Subcortical Changes in Alzheimer's Disease: A Longitudinal and Quantitative MRI Study2016
Mary Johnson
Professor Johannes Attems
Professor John O'Brien
Professor Alan Thomas
Decreased Levels of VAMP2 and Monomeric Alpha-Synuclein Correlate with Duration of Dementia2016
Dr Michael Keogh
Dr Marzena Kurzawa-Akanbi
Dr Helen Griffin
Dr Konstantinos Douroudis
Dr Kristin Ayers
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Exome sequencing in dementia with Lewy bodies2016
Dr Aiqing Chen
Dr Rufus Akinyemi
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Michael Firbank
Michael Ndung'U
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Frontal white matter hyperintensities, clasmatodendrosis and gliovascular abnormalities in ageing and post-stroke dementia2016
Dr Gordon Duncan
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Tien Kheng Khoo
Professor David Brooks
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Gray and white matter imaging: A biomarker for cognitive impairment in early Parkinson's disease?2016
Claire Bamford
Kirsty Olsen
Dr Christopher Davison
Nicola Barnett
Dr David Williams
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Is there a preference for PET or SPECT brain imaging in diagnosing dementia? The views of people with dementia, carers, and healthy controls2016
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Rosemary Watson
Dr Benjamin Aribisala
Dr Robert Barber
Dr Sean Colloby
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Longitudinal diffusion tensor imaging in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer’s disease 2016
Dr Sean Colloby
Ruth Cromarty
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr Robert Barber
Professor John O'Brien
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Multimodal EEG-MRI in the differential diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia with Lewy bodies2016
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