Members of the Division of Neuroradiology are internationally recognized for their research into advanced neuroimaging techniques. Imaging protocols resulting from their research have been adopted in clinical settings around the world.

The following publications are ordered based on the number of times they have been cited by other articles and documents in the Google Scholar database.

PW Schaefer, PE Grant, RG Gonzalez. Diffusion-weighted MR imaging of the brain. Radiology, 2000. Cited by 977

G Sorensen, FS Buonanno, RG Gonzalez. Hyperacute stroke: evaluation with combined multisection diffusion-weighted and hemodynamically weighted echo-planar MR imaging. Radiology, 1996. Cited by 805

S Corkin, RG Gonzalez. The hippocampal formation participates in novel picture encoding: evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging. National Acad Sciences, 1996. Cited by 638

RG Gonzalez, PW Schaefer, FS Buonanno. Diffusion-weighted MR imaging: diagnostic accuracy in patients imaged within 6 hours of stroke symptom onset. Radiology, 1999. Cited by 572

H Ay, FS Buonanno, PW Schaefer, DA Le, B Wang. Posterior leukoencephalopathy without severe hypertension utility of diffusion-weighted MRI. Neurology, 1998. Cited by 454

MH Lev, Y Ozsunar, JW Henson. Glial tumor grading and outcome prediction using dynamic spin-echo MR susceptibility mapping compared with conventional contrast-enhanced MR. American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2004. Cited by 329

A Oleinik, MH Lev, RG Gonzalez, JM Romero. Systematic characterization of the computed tomography angiography spot sign in primary intracerebral hemorrhage identifies patients at highest risk for hematoma expansion. Stroke, 2009. Cited by 128

J Rosand, MH Lev, RG Gonzalez, JM Romero. The spot sign score in primary intracerebral hemorrhage identifies patients at highest risk of in-hospital mortality and poor outcome among survivors. Stroke, 2010. Cited by 118

BA Tannous, J Grimm, KF Perry, JW Chen. Metabolic biotinylation of cell surface receptors for in vivo imaging. Nature, 2006. Cited by 80

JR Stone, E Rodriguez, JW Chen. Myeloperoxidase-rich Ly-6C+ myeloid cells infiltrate allografts and contribute to an imaging signature of organ rejection in mice.The Journal of Clinical Investigation, 2010. Cited by 48