School of Medicine

Wayne State University School of Medicine

Jeong-Won Jeong

 

 

  Dr. Jeong-Won Jeong is a MRI physicist, medical imaging scientist, and assistant professor in the departments of pediatrics and neurology at the School of Medicine, Wayne State University. Before joining toWayne State University, he had completed his doctoral degree in Biomedical Engineering at University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA. His dissertation was titled by "Localization of Brain Alpha Activity using Independent Component Analysis in functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Electroencephalograph” (Mentor: Professor Manbir Singh). He completed post-doctoral fellow training in the departments of radiology(www.3tmri.usc.edu), biomedical engineering (www.bme.usc.edu), and Alfred E. Mann Institute for Biomedical Engineering (www.ami.usc.edu) at USC. His research topics were to investigate diffusion tensor MRI technique for detection of axonal damage in traumatic brain injuriesand develop new 3-D ultrasound computer tomography system for early detection of breast cancer. Over his academic career, he has built up strong expertise in applying functional MRI, diffusion MRI, EEG, ultrasound, and PET to neurological disorders. An emphasis of his recent work has been the development of imaging biomarkers for the children with autism spectrum disorders, global developmental delay, and borderline personality disorder using diffusion tensor MRIand functional MRI. Also he has an interest in developing new algorithmic techniques and systems to facilitate the analysis of pediatric functional imaging studies.

EDUCATION

  • 03/02/1987-02/28/1991, B.S. Medical Engineering, Yonsei University, Korea,
  • 03/02/1994-02/28/1996, M.S. Biomedical Engineering, The Graduate School of Yonsei University, Korea, 1996.
  • 09/01/1996-05/10/2000, M.S. Biomedical Engineering, University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA, 2000.
  • 09/01/2000-05/12/2002, M.S. Electrical Engineering, USC, Los Angeles, CA, 2002.
  • 09/01/1996-08/02/2002, Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, USC, Los Angeles, CA, 2002.

Title of Dissertation: “Localization of Brain Alpha Activity using Independent Component Analysis in functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Electroencephalograph” (Mentor: Prof. Manbir Singh). Research performed at the Radiology and Biomedical Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

 

  • 08/01/2002-06/31/2007, Research Scientist, Alfred E. Mann Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Los Angeles, CA. Mentor: Professor Vasilis Z. Marmarelis (Depts. of Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering at USC).

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS

  • 04/15/2009-present, Assistant Professor, Depts. of Pediatrics and Neurology, the School of Medicine, Wayne State University, MI.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

  • 07/01/2007-06/31/2008, Director of software development/hardware integration, Advanced Transonics Inc., Diamond Bar, CA.
  • 07/01/2007-02/28/2009, Senior Research Associate, Dept. of Radiology and Biomedical Engineering, USC, Los Angeles, CA.

 

SERVICE

Wayne State University(2009 – present)

Departmental/Divisional: Pediatric neuro-imaging division, Depts. of Pediatrics and Neurology

Role: MRI physicist at Children’s Hospital of Michigan

Activity:

  • MRI pulse sequence programming
  • MRI pulse sequence design for Diffusion Spectral Imaging (DSI).
  • GE EPIC programming.
  • MRI data acquisition in children and adults
  • Optimization of MR imaging parameters for functional MRI (fMRI) and Diffusion Tensor MRI (DT-MRI).
  • Daily MR quality check and database management.
  • Supervise MR safety.
  • Operation of a GE 3T scanner for research grants.
  • Development of fMRI experimental paradigms and processing software
  • Clinical application: localization of primary motor, semantic language, rhyming language, and attention for pre-surgical planning.
  • Research application: localization of rewarding circuitry responding to different emotional stimuli.
  • Software development for EPI alignment, co-registration, spatial normalization, and statistical analysis etc.
  • Development of new DT-MRI tractography methodology
  • Inter-subject registration of whole brain tractography in standard space using nonlinear deformation techniques.
  • Statistical analyses of various DTI metrics to identify the loss of tracts affected by various neurological diseases.
  • Investigate new DTI diagnostic metrics quantizing the geometry of affected fiber pathway.
  • Novel methodology for intravoxel problem using Independent Component Analysis (ICA) and Gaussian Mixture Model (GMX).

University of Southern California (2007-2009)

Departmental/Divisional: Depts. of Radiology and Biomedical Engineering

Role: Senior Research Associate

Activity:

  • Development of advanced image processing technologies for MRI and its application to spatiotemporal brain imaging associated with neurological diseases and disorders.
    1. Investigate an innovative DT-MRI methodology for detection of axonal damage in traumatic brain injuries at LAC-USC trauma center.
    2. Invent a new approach to solve intra-voxel heterogeneity problem based on ICA combined Gaussian mixture model that overcomes partial volume effect and multiple crossing at single voxel of DT-MRI.
    3. Supervise a complete DT-MRI software package for fiber tracking, forward/inverse tract normalization procedure.
    4. Consult the technology for fronto-occipital and thalamo-frontal connectivity quantification in Alzheimer Disease and Vascular Dementia

Advanced Transonic Inc. (2007-2008)

Role: consultant for system integration and software development

Activity:

  • Development of software/hardware for Ultrasound Computer Tomography system (UCT)
    1. Co-designed UCT hardware specification (system architecture of multiple array transducers) for human breast imaging; large field of views and high signal to noise ratio at receivers.
    2. Resolved issue related to reconstruction of UCT image from incomplete sinogram data and developed unsupervised segmentation algorithm for computer aided diagnosis system

Alfred E. Mann Institute for Biomedical Engineering (2002-2007)

Departmental/Divisional: Ultrasound Computer Tomography Division

Role: Research Scientist

 Activity:

  • Development of High-resolution Ultrasound Transmission Tomography system for human breast imaging.
    1. Actively coordinated hardware/software developments to commercialize innovative high-resolution ultrasound system.
    2. Developed a new image fusion method for multi-band images using local principal component analysis
    3. Developed a novel image restoration method using Volterra-type nonlinear kernels and principal dynamic modes.
    4. Developed a complete set of post-processing techniques to differentiate soft tissues in vector valued image. Target detection method using constrained energy minimization and level set active contour method combined with hierarchical agglomerative clustering were developed to identify previously undetectable sub-millimeter particles and improve the accuracy of soft tissue segmentation.
    5. Investigated the feasibility of usingultrasound technology to differentiate several breast cancers (invasive carcinoma, tumor necrosis, and benign changes) via intensive clinical study with human breast specimens.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

  • Member, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.
  • Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

SCHOLARLY SERVICE

  • Ad hoc reviewer for    “European Journal of Echocardiography”

                                           “IEEE Transaction on Medical Imaging”

                                           “IEEE Transaction onBiomedical Engineering”

                                           “IEEE Transaction onNuclear Science”

                                           “NeuroImage”

 

  • Pediatric radiology session host (modulator), 2010 96th Radiological Society of North America conference, Nov. 29- Dec. 3, Chicago IL.
  • Radio interview on Diffusion Tensor MRI technique for Autism Spectrum Disorders at RSNA On-the-Air station, Nov. 30, 2010.
  • Abstract reviewer for 19th annual meeting and exhibition of International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Montréal, Quebec, Canada.

GRANT SUPPORT

Active National/International Grants and Contracts

  • Title: Diffusion tensor imaging biomarker in developmental delay(PI: Senthil SundaramM.D.)

Funding source: NIH NIA 1R01HD059817-01A1

Period: 09/30/2009 - 08/31/2014Totalfunding: $816,541

Role in grant: Co-Investigator

 

  • Title: Identifying Epileptogenic Tubers in TSC  (PI: HT Chugani M.D.) 

Funding source: NIH 1R01 NS064989-01A2

      Period: 7/1/10 – 6/30/15Total projected award: $ 1,900,000

      Role in grant: Co-Investigator     

 

Previously funded Grants and Contracts

  • Title: MRI-DTI Tractography to Quantify Brain Connectivity in Traumatic Brain Injury (PI: Manbir Singh, Ph.D.)

Funding source: US Army, Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Program (TATRC), W81XWH-07-1-0015.

Period of Award: 03/07/07 to 03/06/09. Total fundingper year: $238,896

Role in grant: Co-Investigator

 

  • Title: Diffusion Tensor Tractography in AD and SVD/Alzheimer Disease ResearchCenter (ADRC) (PI: Manbir Singh, Ph.D.)

Funding source: NIH, NIA P50 AG-05142.

Period of Award: 04/01/04 to 03/31/09. Total funding per year: $210,000

Role in grant: Co-Investigator

 

  • Title: Development of High-resolution Ultrasound Transmission Tomography system for human breast imaging (PI: Vasilis Z. Marmarelis, Ph.D.)

Funding source: Alfred E. Mann Institute for Biomedical Engineering, LA, CA.

Period of Award: 03/01/02 to 06/31/07. Total funding: $4,500,000.

Role in grant: Co-Investigator

 

INVITED LECTURES 

 

Invited lecture, “High-resolution Ultrasound Transmission Tomography”, International Symposium of Medical Imaging, Samsung Medical Center, Seoul, Korea. 09/11/2004.

 

Invited lecture, “Functional Brain Mapping and Connectivity Using functional MRI, EEG, and Diffusion Tensor MRI”, Technology Innovation Center for Medical Instruments, Korea, 10/12/2005.

 

Invited presentation, “Diffusion Tensor MRI and Its Application to Traumatic Brain Injury”, 2008 US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship, San Diego, CA, 08/14/2008.

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Peer-Reviewed Publications

 

  • Jeong J.W., Kumar A., Sundarm S.K., Chugani H.T., Chugani D.C., "Sharp curvature of frontal lobe white matter pathways in children with autism spectrum disorders", Am J. Neuroradio, accepted for publication, 2011.
  • Tiwari V.N., Jeong J.-W., Gopal S.P., Wilson B.J., Behen M.E., Chugani H.T., Sundaram S.K., "Tract based spatial statistics of DTI color-coded orientation map in angelman syndrome", J Child neurol, accepted for publication, 2011.
  • Jeong J.-W., Diwadkar V., Chugani C.D., Sinsoongsud P., Mizik O., Behen M.E., Chugani H.T., Chugani D.C., "Congruence of happy and sad emotion in music and faces modifies cortical audiovisual activation", Neuroimage, 54(4):2973-82, 2011.
  • Wilson B.J., Sundaram S.K., Huq A.H., Jeong J.W., Haverson S.R., Behen M.E., Bui D.Q., Chugani H.T., "Abnormal language pathway in children with angelman syndrome", Pediatr Neurol, 44(5):350-6. 2011.
  • Alkonyi B., Juhasz C., Muzik O., Behen M.E., Jeong J.-W., Chugani H.T., "Thalamocortical connectivity in healthy children: Asymmetries and robust developmental changes between age 8 to 17", Am J. Neuroradiol, Mar 31 [Epub ahead of print], 2011.
  • Jeong J.-W., Sundram S.K., Kumar A., Chugani D.C., Chugani H.T., "Aberrant diffusion and geometric properties in left arcuate fasciculus of developmentally delayed children: a diffusion tensor MRI study", Am J. Neuroradiol, 32(2):323-30, 2010.
  • Alkonyi B., Govindan R.M., Chugani H.T., Behen M.E., Jeong J.W., Juhasz C., "Focal white matter abnormalities related to neurocognitive dysfunction: an objective diffusion tensor imaging study of children with Sturge-Weber syndrome", Pediat Res., 69(1):74-9, 2011.
  • SinghM.,JeongJ.-W., HwangD.,“Novel DTI methodology to detect and quantify injured regions and affected brain pathways in traumatic brain injury”, MagnReson Imaging, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 22-40, Jan. 2010.
  • JeongJ.-W., ShinD., MarmarelisV.Z., Image fusion methodology for efficient interpretation of multi-band images in 3-D high resolution ultrasonic transmission tomography”, International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology, vol. 19, no. 4,  pp. 277-282, Nov. 2009.
  • JeongJ.-W., ShinD., DoS., et al., “Differentiation of cancerous lesions in excised human breast specimens using multi-band attenuation profiles from ultrasonic transmission tomography”, J Ultrasound Med, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 435-451, March 2008.
  • JeongJ-W., ShinD., DoD., MarmarelisV. Z., “Segmentation methodology for automated classification and differentiation of soft tissues in multi-band images of high-resolution ultrasonic transmission tomography”, IEEE Trans. on Medical Imaging, vol. 25, no. 8, pp. 1068-1078, Aug. 2006.
  • JeongJ.-W.,“Brain alpha rhythm component in fMRI and EEG”, J. Biomed. Eng. Res., vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 223-230, 2005.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimT., ShinD., DoD., SinghM., MarmarelisV. Z., “Soft tissue differentiation using multi-band signatures of high resolution ultrasonic transmission tomography”, IEEE Trans. on Medical Imaging, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 399-408, March 2005.
  • KimS., JeongJ.-W., SinghM., “Estimation of multiple fiber tract orientations from diffusion tensor MRI using independent component analysis”, IEEE Trans. on Nuclear Science, vol. 52, no. 1, pp. 266-273, Feb. 2005.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimT., KimS., SinghM., “Application of independent component analysis with mixture density model to localize the brain alpha activity in fMRI and EEG”, International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology,vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 170-180, Dec. 2004.
  • SinghM., SungkaratW., JeongJ.-W., ZhouY., “Extraction of temporal information in functional MRI”, IEEE Trans. on Nuclear Science, vol. 49, no. 5, pp. 2284-2290, Oct. 2002.
  • Singh M., JeongJ.-W., Al-DayehL., KimT., Colletti P., “Cross-correlation technique to identify activated pixels in a three-condition fMRI task”, IEEE Trans. on Nuclear Science, vol. 46 no. 3, pp. 520-526, June 1999. 

 

Abstracts

 

  • Jeong J.W., Dieadkar V., Chugani D.C., Chugani H.T., Chugani D.C., "Cortical activation in superior temporal gyrus and fusiform gyrus modulated by congruence of emotional content in music and face",Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Montréal,2011.
  • Jeong J.W., Kumar A., Govindan R., Chugani D.C., Chugani H.T., Chugani D.C., "Atypical development of dentatothalamic pathway in children with autistic spectrum disorders ",Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Montréal,2011.
  • Jeong J.W., Kumar A., Sundaram S.K., Chugani D.C., Chugani H.T., Chugani D.C., "Abnormal diffusivity changes in white matter regions of the children with autism spectrum disorder: comparison of TBSS,TSPOON, and SPM analysis",Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Montréal,2011.
  • Jeong J.W., Kumar A., Sundaram S.K., Chugani D.C., Chugani H.T., Chugani D.C., "Sharp curvature in frontal lobe white matter pathways of children with autism spectrum disorder ",Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Montréal,2011.
  • Tiwari V.N., Jeong J.W., Sundaram S.K., Chugani D.C., Chugani H.T., Chugani D.C., " Atypical white matter microstructural integrity pattern in children with high functioning autism  and low functioning autism  identified with tract based spatial statistics",Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Montréal,2011.
  • Jeong J.-W., Kumar A., Sundram S.K., Chugani H.T., Chugani D.C., "Aberrant white matter diffusion property in young children with autism spectrum disorder and developmental delay", the 96th scientific assembly and annual meeting of Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL. Nov. 28-Dec. 3 2010.
  • Jeong J.-W., Kumar A., Sundram S.K., Chugani H.T., Chugani D.C., "Curvature of frontal lobe white matter pathways in children with autism spectrum disorder", the 96th scientific assembly and annual meeting of Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL. Nov. 28-Dec. 3 2010.
  • J.-W. Jeong, S. Sundaram, A. Kumar, D.C. Chugani, H.T. Chugani, "Aberrant white matter anisotropy and geometry in left arcuate fasciculus of developmental delayed children", , the 39th annual meeting of Child Neurology Society.  Providence, RI. Oct.13-16,2010.
  • Kumar A., Jeong J.-W., Behen M., Sivaswamy L., Chugani, H.T., Chugani D.C., "Tract based spatial statistical analysis of white matter pathways in young children with autism spectrum disorders and normal MRI", the 39th annual meeting of Child Neurology Society.  Providence, RI. Oct.13-16, 2010.
  • Govindan R.M., Chugani D.C., Jeong J.-W., Behen M., Chugani H.T., "Abnormal thalamo-cortical connectivity pattern identified children with autism spectrum disorder using probabilistic tractography", , the 39th annual meeting of Child Neurology Society.  Providence, RI. Oct.13-16,2010.
  • Jeong J.-W., Behen M., Muzik O., Wilson B., Sinsoongsud P., Chugani H. T., “Regional grey-white matter volume abnormalities in children with histories of early deprivation”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Stockholm,2010.
  • Jeong J.-W., Sundaram S.K., Wilson B., Chugani H.T., “Aberrant change of arcuate fasciculus geometry in children with angelman syndrome: diffusion tensor MRI study”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Stockholm,2010.
  • Wilson BJ, Sundaram SK, Hug AHM, Jeong J.-W., Halverson SR, Behen ME, Bui D., Chugani HT., “Abnormal language pathway in children with angelman syndrome: adiffusion tensor imaging (DTI) study”,the 38th annual meeting of Child Neurology Society.  Louisville, KY. October 2009.
  • SinghM.,  JeongJ.-W, “Localization and quantification of injured regions and affected pathways in the 3D head-space of individual TBI subjects using DTI tractography with automatically generated ROIs”,  Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Honolulu, p. 3409, 2009.
  • SinghM., JeongJ.-W, “DTI-tractography to detect and quantify brain pathways affected in traumatic brain injury”,  Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Toronto, p. 2269, 2008.
  • SinghM., JeongJ.-W., “Use of independent component analysis to estimate multiple fibers within a voxel”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, Seattle, p. 3168, 2006.
  • JeongJ.-W., SinghM., “Multiple fibers per voxel detection by fast independent component analysis”, Proc. IEEE Int. Symp. Biomedical Imaging, Arlington, pp. 49-52, 2006.
  • MarmarelisV.Z., JeongJ.-W., ShinD.C., and DoS., “High-resolution 3-D Imaging and Tissue Differentiation with Transmission Tomography”, 28th International Acoustical Imaging Symposium, San Diego, March 20-23, 2005.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimS., SinghM., “Spatial Correspondence of Brain Alpha Activity Component in fMRI and EEG”, SPIE International Symposium on Medical Imaging 2005: Physiology, Function, and Structure from Medical Images, vol. 5746, pp. 639-647, 2005.
  • JeongJ.-W., ShinD., DoS., MarmarelisV.Z., “Automatic Tissue Segmentation Algorithm for Ultrasonic Transmission Tomography Using Active Contour Model and Unsupervised Clustering”, SPIE International Symposium on Medical Imaging 2005: Ultrasonic Imaging and Signal Processing, vol. 5750, pp. 356-365, 2005.
  • JeongJ.-W., DoS., ShinD., KimT., HuangC., SinghM., MarmarelisV. Z., 3-D high resolution images of ultrasonic transmission tomography compared to magnetic resonance and optical images, Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro, Arlington, VA USA, pp. 968-71, 2004.
  • DoS., ShinD., JeongJ.-W., KimT., MarmarelisV.Z., Voltera-type nonlinear image restoration of medical imagery using principal dynamic modes, Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro, Arlington, VA USA, pp. 760-3, 2004.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimT., ShinD., MarmarelisV.Z., Multi-band tissue classification for ultrasonic transmission tomography using spectral profile detection, SPIE International Symposium on Medical Imaging: Ultrasonic Imaging and Signal Processing, Vol. 5373, pp. 87-97, 2004.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimT., ShinD., MarmarelisV.Z., “Multi-band Tissue Classification for Ultrasonic Transmission Tomography Using Spectral Profile Detection”, SPIE International Symposium on Medical Imaging: Ultrasonic Imaging and Signal Processing, vol. 5373, pp. 87-97, 2004.
  • KimS., JeongJ.-W., M. Singh, “Tractography Using Independent Component Analysis”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, p. 2157, 2002.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimT., KimS., SinghM., “Multi-modal MR image registration using mutual information and simulated annealing”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine,p. 2480, 2002,.
  • M. Singh, J.-W. Jeong, W. Sungkarat, Y. Zhou, S. Kim, “Localization of Alpha Producing Regions in the Human Brain and their Connectivity”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, p. 1464, 2002.
  • KimS., JeongJ.-W., KimT., SinghM., “Diffusion Tensor Image Registration using Nonlinear Spatial Transformation”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine,p. 1164, 2002.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimT., SinghM., “Independent component analysis with mixture density model and its application to localize the brain alpha activity in fMRI and EEG”, Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record, 2001 IEEE, vol. 4, 4-10 Nov. pp. 1897 –1901, 2001.
  • SinghM., SungkaratW., JeongJ.-W., ZhouY., “Extraction of Temporal Information in Functional MRI”, Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record, 2002 IEEE, vol. 4, 4-10 Nov., pp. 1907 –1910, 2001.
  • KimT., KimS., GhugreN., JeongJ.-W., SinghM., “Intra-Subject Slice-to-Volume Registration of MR Images”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, p. 811, 2001.
  • SinghM., KimS., KimT., JeongJ.-W., “Correspondence Between FMRI and EEG Signal Changes as a Function of Stimulus Frequency during Visual Stimulation”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, p. 1269, 2001.
  • AuerE., BernsteinL., MooreJ., JeongJ.-W., ZhouY., SungkaratW., SinghM., “Functional MRI of Fingerspelling in Deaf Subjects”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, p. 1300, 2001.
  • JeongJ.-W., T. Kim, M. Singh, “Localization of Brain Alpha Activity by Functional MRI Using Independent Component Analysis”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, p. 1729, 2001.
  • JeongJ.-W., “Localization of Brain Alpha Activity in fMRI and EEG Using ICA”, Proc. of 5th Fred S. Grodins Graduate Research Symposium, pp. 14-15, 2001.
  • JeongJ.-W., “Functional Connectivity in the resting brain Using fMRI”, Proc. of 4th Fred S. Grodins Graduate Research Symposium, pp. 112-4, 2000.
  • BernsteinL., SinghM., AuerE., MoorJ., PontonC., JoengJ.-W., SungkaratW., DimokaA., DonM., “Functional MRI of Lipreading in Normal Hearing and Deaf Subjects”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, p. 328, 2000.
  • SinghM., SungkaratW., JeongJ.-W., DimokaA., “Spatiotemporal fMRI during Motor and Picture-Naming Tasks”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, p. 499, 2000.
  • SinghM., SungkaratW., JeongJ.-W., DimokaA., MacDonaldM., HendersonV., “Event-Related fMRI of a Digital Ordering Working Memory Task Requiring Verbal Response”, Proc. Int. Soc. Magnetic Resonance In Medicine, p. 829, 2000.
  • SinghM., JeongJ.-W., Al-DayehL., KimT., CollettiP., “Cross-correlation technique to identify activated pixels in a three-condition fMRI task”,
    Nuclear Science Symposium 1998. Conference Record. IEEE, vol. 3, 8-14 Nov., pp. 1670 –1672, 1998.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimD., “The Design of Multi Texture Feature Vector Classifier for the Diagnosis of Ultrasound Liver Images”, IEEE EMBS Conference Record, pp. 310-311, 1996,.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimD., “A study on the classification of ultrasound liver image feature vectors and the design of diagnostic system”, KOSOMBE conference, 1995.
  • JeongJ.-W., KimD., “The texture classification of liver parenchyma using the Fractal dimension and Fourier Power Spectrum”, KOSOMBE conference, 1995.
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