Runtang Wang

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The availability of well-characterized neuroimaging data with large numbers of subjects, especially for clinical populations, is critical to advancing our understanding of the healthy and diseased brain. Such data enables questions to be answered in a much more generalizable manner and also has the potential to yield solutions derived from novel methods(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the feasibility of using a commercially available clinical dual-energy computed tomographic (CT) scanner to differentiate the in vivo enhancement due to two simultaneously administered contrast media with complementary x-ray attenuation ratios. MATERIALS AND METHODS Approval from the institutional animal care and use committee was(More)
Neuroscientists increasingly need to work with big data in order to derive meaningful results in their field. Collecting, organizing and analyzing this data can be a major hurdle on the road to scientific discovery. This hurdle can be lowered using the same technologies that are currently revolutionizing the way that cultural and social media sites(More)
Neuroimaging data collection is inherently expensive. Maximizing the return on investment in neuroimaging studies requires that neuroimaging data be re-used whenever possible. In an effort to further scientific knowledge, the COINS Data Exchange (DX) (http://coins.mrn.org/dx) aims to make data sharing seamless and commonplace. DX takes a three-pronged(More)
Accurate data collection at the ground level is vital to the integrity of neuroimaging research. Similarly important is the ability to connect and curate data in order to make it meaningful and sharable with other investigators. Collecting data, especially with several different modalities, can be time consuming and expensive. These issues have driven the(More)
Results of an investigation, aimed at gaining information about the factors governing the efficiencies of single electron transfer (SET)-promoted photocyclization reactions of linked acceptor-polydonor systems, are described. One set of substrates used in this effort includes alpha-trimethylsilyl ether terminated, polymethylene- and polyethylenoxy-tethered(More)
Molecular dynamics simulations have been employed by biologists to study the protein folding problem. Such simulations have resulted in a large number of protein folding trajectories, each of which consists of a sequence of three-dimensional conformations. Existing analysis typically represents a 3D conformation as a scalar variable such as radius of(More)
In this paper we propose a web-based approach for quick visualization of big data from brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans using a combination of an automated image capture and processing system, nonlinear embedding, and interactive data visualization tools. We draw upon thousands of MRI scans captured via the COllaborative Imaging and(More)
Two mechanisms have been proposed for the beta-lactam-forming photochemical reactions of alpha-ketoamides. One, suggested by Aoyama, involves excited-state H-atom abstraction while the other, put forth by Whitten, follows a sequential SET-proton-transfer route. The photochemical properties of N-trimethylsilylmethyl- and N-tributylstannylmethyl-substituted(More)
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