Nuclear magnetic resonance, Human head, Optics, Electromagnetic coil and Computational physics are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Field strength and Signal-to-noise ratio in his study of Nuclear magnetic resonance. His Field strength research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Distribution, Human-body model and Magnetic moment.
His studies deal with areas such as B1 field, High field mri, Radio wave and Homogeneity as well as Human head. The Optics study combines topics in areas such as Flip angle and Dielectric. His Electromagnetic coil research integrates issues from Transverse plane, Excitation and Signal.
Christopher M. Collins focuses on Electromagnetic coil, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Acoustics, Optics and Human head. His Electromagnetic coil research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electromagnetic shielding, Head, Dielectric and Homogeneity. In his study, Human-body model and Signal-to-noise ratio is inextricably linked to Field strength, which falls within the broad field of Homogeneity.
His Nuclear magnetic resonance research includes themes of Imaging phantom, Computational physics, Magnetic resonance imaging and Specific absorption rate. Christopher M. Collins interconnects Electrical conductor, Excitation and Signal in the investigation of issues within Optics. Human head connects with themes related to Radio wave in his study.
His primary areas of study are Electromagnetic coil, Acoustics, Permittivity, Head and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His research in Electromagnetic coil intersects with topics in Noise, Flip angle and Optics. His work deals with themes such as Wavelength, Lossy compression, Slot antenna, Relative permittivity and Electronic engineering, which intersect with Acoustics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Coil geometry, Excitation, Sensitivity and Homogeneity. The Head study combines topics in areas such as Channel, Signal-to-noise ratio, Dielectric and Transmission. His study looks at the relationship between Nuclear magnetic resonance and fields such as Specific absorption rate, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Christopher M. Collins mainly focuses on Acoustics, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Electromagnetic coil, Relative permittivity and Property distribution. His research in Acoustics intersects with topics in Attenuation, Polarization, Lossy compression and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His Nuclear magnetic resonance study incorporates themes from Whole body imaging, Mechanics and Series.
His Electromagnetic coil research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Optics, Permittivity, Voxel, Blood oxygenation level dependent and Biomedical engineering. His Biomedical engineering research includes themes of Magnetic resonance imaging, Shell, Head and Dielectric. Christopher M. Collins interconnects Wavelength and Electronic engineering in the investigation of issues within Relative permittivity.
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7T vs. 4T: RF power, homogeneity, and signal-to-noise comparison in head images.
J. T Vaughan;Michael Garwood;C. M. Collins;W. Liu.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2001)
B(1) destructive interferences and spatial phase patterns at 7 T with a head transceiver array coil.
Pierre-François Van de Moortele;Can Akgun;Gregor Adriany;Steen Moeller.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2005)
Spatial variation in cartilage T2 of the knee.
Harvey E. Smith;Timothy J. Mosher;Bernard J. Dardzinski;Bernard J. Dardzinski;Belinda G. Collins.
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (2001)
The increase in global HIV epidemics in MSM.
Chris Beyrer;Patrick Sullivan;Jorge Sanchez;Stefan D. Baral.
SAR and B1 field distributions in a heterogeneous human head model within a birdcage coil
Christopher M. Collins;Shizhe Li;Michael B. Smith.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (1998)
Temperature and SAR calculations for a human head within volume and surface coils at 64 and 300 MHz
Christopher M. Collins;Wanzhan Liu;Jinghua Wang;Rolf Gruetter.
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (2004)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio and Absorbed Power as Functions of Main Magnetic Field Strength, and Definition of "90°" RF Pulse for the Head in the Birdcage Coil
Christopher M. Collins;Michael B. Smith.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2001)
Analysis of wave behavior in lossy dielectric samples at high field
Qing X. Yang;Jinghua Wang;Xiaoliang Zhang;Christopher M. Collins.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2002)
Central brightening due to constructive interference with, without, and despite dielectric resonance.
Christopher M. Collins;Wanzhan Liu;Weston Schreiber;Qing X. Yang.
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (2005)
Exploring the limits of RF shimming for high-field MRI of the human head.
Weihua Mao;Michael B. Smith;Christopher M. Collins.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2006)
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