Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts
Her primary areas of investigation include White matter, Magnetic resonance imaging, Human brain, Gestational age and Neuroscience. Her White matter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Surgery, Diffusion MRI, Pathology, Brain development and Periventricular leukomalacia. Her Magnetic resonance imaging study incorporates themes from Cerebrospinal fluid and Pediatrics.
Her Human brain research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Choline, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Creatine. Her studies deal with areas such as Low birth weight, Fetus, Intrauterine growth restriction and Internal medicine as well as Gestational age. Her study focuses on the intersection of Neuroscience and fields such as Pathological with connections in the field of Preclinical imaging.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Neuroscience, Magnetic resonance imaging, White matter, Diffusion MRI and Pediatrics. Her work on Human brain, Neuroimaging, Cerebral cortex and Cognition as part of her general Neuroscience study is frequently connected to Context, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her Magnetic resonance imaging study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Gestational age, Nuclear medicine, Pathology, Brain development and Fetus.
Her Gestational age research includes elements of Internal medicine, Low birth weight, Birth weight and Intrauterine growth restriction. The study incorporates disciplines such as Anatomy, Cerebrospinal fluid, Cortex and Brain size in addition to White matter. The various areas that Petra Susan Hüppi examines in her Diffusion MRI study include Effective diffusion coefficient, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Connectomics.
Petra Susan Hüppi mostly deals with Neuroscience, Developmental psychology, Cognition, Neuroimaging and Institutional repository. As a part of the same scientific family, Petra Susan Hüppi mostly works in the field of Neuroscience, focusing on Diffusion MRI and, on occasion, Connectomics. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Offspring, Gestational age, Dysfunctional family, Audiology and Prefrontal cortex.
In her research, Thalamus and Cerebral cortex is intimately related to Cortex, which falls under the overarching field of Human brain. In Cerebral cortex, Petra Susan Hüppi works on issues like Microglia, which are connected to Fractional anisotropy and Magnetic resonance imaging. Her study in the fields of Internal capsule under the domain of White matter overlaps with other disciplines such as Association.
Her primary scientific interests are in Gestational age, Neuroscience, Bayley Scales of Infant Development, Pediatrics and White matter. Her Gestational age study combines topics in areas such as Interquartile range, Magnetic resonance imaging and Gestation. Petra Susan Hüppi is studying Brain size, which is a component of Magnetic resonance imaging.
Her work in the fields of Human brain, Thalamus and Neuroprotection overlaps with other areas such as Temporal lobe. Her Pediatrics study deals with Cohort intersecting with Low birth weight, Premature birth, Cerebrospinal fluid, Longitudinal study and Bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Her work deals with themes such as Parenteral nutrition, Internal medicine, Basal and Enteral administration, which intersect with White matter.
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Early Experience Alters Brain Function and Structure
Heidelise Als;Frank H Duffy;Gloria B McAnulty;Michael J Rivkin.
Abnormal Cerebral Structure Is Present at Term in Premature Infants
Terrie E Inder;Simon K Warfield;Hong Wang;Petra Susan Hüppi;Petra Susan Hüppi.
Microstructural development of human newborn cerebral white matter assessed in vivo by diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging.
Petra S Hüppi;Stephan E Maier;Sharon Peled;Gary P Zientara.
Pediatric Research (1998)
Quantitative magnetic resonance imaging of brain development in premature and mature newborns
Petra S. Hüppi;Simon Warfield;Ron Kikinis;Patrick D. Barnes.
Annals of Neurology (1998)
Periventricular white matter injury in the premature infant is followed by reduced cerebral cortical gray matter volume at term.
Terrie E. Inder;Petra S. Huppi;Petra S. Huppi;Simon Warfield;Ron Kikinis.
Annals of Neurology (1999)
The early development of brain white matter: A review of imaging studies in fetuses, newborns and infants
Jessica Dubois;Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz;Sofya Kulikova;Cyril Poupon.
Early alteration of structural and functional brain development in premature infants born with intrauterine growth restriction
Cristina Borradori Tolsa;Slava Zimine;Simon K Warfield;Monica Freschi.
Pediatric Research (2004)
Clinical Proton MR Spectroscopy in Central Nervous System Disorders
Gülin Öz;Jeffry R. Alger;Peter B. Barker;Robert Bartha.
Perinatal exposure to bisphenol A alters early adipogenesis in the rat.
Emmanuel Somm;Emmanuel Somm;Valérie M. Schwitzgebel;Audrey Toulotte;Audrey Toulotte;Christopher R. Cederroth.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2009)
Diffusion tensor imaging of normal and injured developing human brain - a technical review
J Neil;J Miller;P Mukherjee;Petra Susan Hüppi;Petra Susan Hüppi.
NMR in Biomedicine (2002)
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