Graeme Jackson
Graeme Jackson
Professorial Fellow (Neurology), Melbourne University, Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental
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Terminology and classification of the cortical dysplasias
A Palmini, I Najm, G Avanzini, T Babb, R Guerrini, N Foldvary-Schaefer, ...
Neurology 62 (6 suppl 3), S2-S8, 2004
9692004
A developmental and genetic classification for malformations of cortical development
AJ Barkovich, RI Kuzniecky, GD Jackson, R Guerrini, WB Dobyns
Neurology 65 (12), 1873-1887, 2005
7062005
Classification system for malformations of cortical development: update 2001
AJ Barkovich, RI Kuzniecky, GD Jackson, R Guerrini, WB Dobyns
Neurology 57 (12), 2168-2178, 2001
5912001
A developmental and genetic classification for malformations of cortical development: update 2012
AJ Barkovich, R Guerrini, RI Kuzniecky, GD Jackson, WB Dobyns
Brain 135 (5), 1348-1369, 2012
5882012
Epileptology of the first-seizure presentation: a clinical, electroencephalographic, and magnetic resonance imaging study of 300 consecutive patients
MA King, MR Newton, GD Jackson, GJ Fitt, LA Mitchell, MJ Silvapulle, ...
The Lancet 352 (9133), 1007-1011, 1998
5881998
Preoperative MRI predicts outcome of temporal lobectomy: an actuarial analysis
SF Berkovic, AM McIntosh, RM Kalnins, GD Jackson, GCA Fabinyi, ...
Neurology 45 (7), 1358-1363, 1995
5401995
Hippocampal sclerosis can be reliably detected by magnetic resonance imaging
GD Jackson, SF Berkovic, BM Tress, RM Kalnins, GCA Fabinyi, PF Bladin
Neurology 40 (12), 1869-1869, 1990
5071990
A classification scheme for malformations of cortical development
AJ Barkovich, RI Kuzniecky, WB Dobyns, GD Jackson, LE Becker, ...
Neuropediatrics 27 (02), 59-63, 1996
4511996
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy in temporal lobe epilepsy
A Connelly, GD Jackson, JS Duncan, MD King, DG Gadian
Neurology 44 (8), 1411-1411, 1994
4121994
Detection of hippocampal pathology in intractable partial epilepsy: increased sensitivity with quantitative magnetic resonance T2 relaxometry
GD Jackson, A Connelly, JS Duncan, RA Grünewald, DG Gadian
Neurology 43 (9), 1793-1793, 1993
3791993
Optimizing the diagnosis of hippocampal sclerosis using MR imaging.
GD Jackson, SF Berkovic, JS Duncan, A Connelly
American journal of neuroradiology 14 (3), 753-762, 1993
3591993
Functional connectivity networks are disrupted in left temporal lobe epilepsy
AB Waites, RS Briellmann, MM Saling, DF Abbott, GD Jackson
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 2006
2952006
White matter fiber tractography: why we need to move beyond DTI
S Farquharson, JD Tournier, F Calamante, G Fabinyi, M Schneider-Kolsky, ...
Journal of neurosurgery 118 (6), 1367-1377, 2013
2592013
Temporal lobe epilepsy and GEFS+ phenotypes associated with SCN1B mutations
IE Scheffer, LA Harkin, BE Grinton, LM Dibbens, SJ Turner, MA Zielinski, ...
Brain 130 (1), 100-109, 2006
2512006
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of focal seizures
GD Jackson, A Connelly, JH Cross, I Gordon, DG Gadian
Neurology 44 (5), 850-850, 1994
2501994
Track-density imaging (TDI): super-resolution white matter imaging using whole-brain track-density mapping
F Calamante, JD Tournier, GD Jackson, A Connelly
Neuroimage 53 (4), 1233-1243, 2010
2432010
Effect of prior cognitive state on resting state networks measured with functional connectivity
AB Waites, A Stanislavsky, DF Abbott, GD Jackson
Human brain mapping 24 (1), 59-68, 2005
2432005
fMRI “deactivation” of the posterior cingulate during generalized spike and wave
JS Archer, DF Abbott, AB Waites, GD Jackson
Neuroimage 20 (4), 1915-1922, 2003
2352003
The spectrum of hippocampal sclerosis: a quantitative magnetic resonance imaging study
W Van Paesschen, A Connelly, MD King, GD Jackson, JS Duncan
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 1997
2201997
Functional mapping of activated human primary cortex with a clinical MR imaging system.
A Connelly, GD Jackson, RS Frackowiak, JW Belliveau, ...
Radiology 188 (1), 125-130, 1993
2171993
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