2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Magnetic resonance imaging, Cartilage, Anatomy, Nuclear medicine and Osteoporosis. Her Magnetic resonance imaging study results in a more complete grasp of Radiology. Her research integrates issues of Knee Joint, Histology, Pathology and Knee cartilage, Articular cartilage in her study of Cartilage.
The concepts of her Anatomy study are interwoven with issues in Femur and Reproducibility. The various areas that Sharmila Majumdar examines in her Nuclear medicine study include Trabecular bone, Tomography, Saturation transfer and In vivo. Her studies in Osteoporosis integrate themes in fields like Cortical bone and Biomedical engineering.
Sharmila Majumdar mainly focuses on Magnetic resonance imaging, Cartilage, Nuclear medicine, Radiology and Anatomy. Her Magnetic resonance imaging research focuses on Biomedical engineering and how it relates to Image resolution and Image processing. The Cartilage study combines topics in areas such as Lesion, Pathology, Sagittal plane, Anterior cruciate ligament and Articular cartilage.
In her research on the topic of Nuclear medicine, Cortical bone is strongly related with Osteoporosis. Her work in the fields of Radiology, such as Ultrasound, intersects with other areas such as Neuroradiology. Her work in Tibia and Biomechanics is related to Anatomy.
Sharmila Majumdar mostly deals with Magnetic resonance imaging, Cartilage, Artificial intelligence, Nuclear medicine and Deep learning. Her Magnetic resonance imaging study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Hip arthroscopy and Physical therapy, Femoroacetabular impingement. Cartilage is a subfield of Anatomy that Sharmila Majumdar studies.
Her Artificial intelligence study combines topics in areas such as Machine learning, Radiography and Pattern recognition. Her Nuclear medicine study incorporates themes from Confidence interval, Anterior cruciate ligament, Tibia, Rank correlation and Receiver operating characteristic. Her studies in Tibia integrate themes in fields like Bone mineral, Bone density, Quantitative computed tomography and Femur.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Magnetic resonance imaging, Cartilage, Radiology, Radiography and Artificial intelligence. Her Magnetic resonance imaging research incorporates elements of Tibia, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and Femoroacetabular impingement. Her Tibia research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Osteoporosis, Femur and Nuclear medicine.
Her Nuclear medicine research includes elements of Cortical bone, Bone density, Quantitative computed tomography and Radius. The Cartilage study combines topics in areas such as Gait, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Lesion and Gait analysis. Her work on Anterior cruciate ligament, Hip surgery and Hip arthroscopy is typically connected to Intraclass correlation as part of general Radiology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
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Noninvasive assessment of bone mineral and structure: state of the art.
Harry K. Genant;Klaus Engelke;Thomas Fuerst;Claus-C. Glüer.
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research (2009)
T2 Relaxation Time of Cartilage at MR Imaging: Comparison with Severity of Knee Osteoarthritis
Timothy C. Dunn;Ying Lu;Hua Jin;Michael D. Ries.
Correlation of trabecular bone structure with age, bone mineral density, and osteoporotic status: in vivo studies in the distal radius using high resolution magnetic resonance imaging.
S. Majumdar;H. K. Genant;S. Grampp;D. C. Newitt.
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research (1997)
Quantification of articular cartilage in the knee with pulsed saturation transfer subtraction and fat-suppressed MR imaging: optimization and validation.
C. G. Peterfy;C. F. Van Dijke;D. L. Janzen;C. C. Glüer.
Osteoarthritis: MR imaging findings in different stages of disease and correlation with clinical findings.
Thomas M. Link;Lynne S. Steinbach;Srinka Ghosh;Michael Ries.
In vivo T1ρ and T2 mapping of articular cartilage in osteoarthritis of the knee using 3 T MRI
Xiaojuan Li;C. Benjamin Ma;Thomas M. Link;Darwin-Dean Castillo.
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage (2007)
The immunomodulatory adapter proteins DAP12 and Fc receptor γ-chain (FcRγ) regulate development of functional osteoclasts through the Syk tyrosine kinase
Attila Mócsai;Mary Beth Humphrey;Jessica A. G. Van Ziffle;Yongmei Hu.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
High-Resolution Peripheral Quantitative Computed Tomographic Imaging of Cortical and Trabecular Bone Microarchitecture in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Andrew J. Burghardt;Ahi S. Issever;Ahi S. Issever;Ann V. Schwartz;Kevin A. Davis.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (2010)
Reproducibility of direct quantitative measures of cortical bone microarchitecture of the distal radius and tibia by HR-pQCT ☆
Andrew J. Burghardt;Helen R. Buie;Andres Laib;Sharmila Majumdar.
High-Resolution Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Three-Dimensional Trabecular Bone Architecture and Biomechanical Properties
S. Majumdar;M. Kothari;P. Augat;D.C. Newitt.
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