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S. Dávid Researcher/Postdoc

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Szabolcs David studied applied and medical physics at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and finished his master thesis on cardiac gated diffusion weighted imaging in adults at the MR Research Centre (MRRC) of the Semmelweis University in 2012. After graduation, he continued his scientific activity part-time at MRRC giving general MR physics support to the local research group and started to work as a research scientist in a national pharmaceutical company’s preclinical imaging laboratory. In 2014, he started as a PhD candidate at the PROVIDI Lab, part of the Image Sciences Institute. Under the supervision of Dr Alexander Leemans, he focuses on improving the analysis of diffusion MRI data.

Research Output (12)

Impact of data processing on diffusion MR image exploration and understanding

Dávid Szabolcs 16 jan 2020, 174 p.

Author Correction:The challenge of mapping the human connectome based on diffusion tractography (Nature Communications, (2017), 8, 1, (1349), 10.1038/s41467-017-01285-x)

Maier-Hein Klaus H., Neher Peter F., Houde Jean Christophe, Côté Marc Alexandre, Garyfallidis Eleftherios, Zhong Jidan, Chamberland Maxime, Yeh Fang Cheng, Lin Ying Chia, Ji Qing, Reddick Wilburn E., Glass John O., Chen David Qixiang, Feng Yuanjing, Gao Chengfeng, Wu Ye, Ma Jieyan, He Renjie, Li Qiang, Westin Carl Fredrik, Deslauriers-Gauthier Samuel, González J. Omar Ocegueda, Paquette Michael, St-Jean Samuel, Girard Gabriel, Rheault François, Sidhu Jasmeen, Tax Chantal M.W., Guo Fenghua, Mesri Hamed Y., Dávid Szabolcs, Froeling Martijn, Heemskerk Anneriet M., Leemans Alexander, Boré Arnaud, Pinsard Basile, Bedetti Christophe, Desrosiers Matthieu, Brambati Simona, Doyon Julien, Sarica Alessia, Vasta Roberta, Cerasa Antonio, Quattrone Aldo, Yeatman Jason, Khan Ali R., Hodges Wes, Alexander Simon, Romascano David, Barakovic Muhamed 4 nov 2019, In: Nature Communications. 10

The adverse effect of gradient nonlinearities on diffusion MRI:From voxels to group studies

Mesri Hamed Y., David Szabolcs, Viergever Max A., Leemans Alexander 30 aug 2019, In: NeuroImage. 205 15 p.

The superoanterior fasciculus (SAF):A novel white matter pathway in the human brain?

David Szabolcs, Heemskerk Anneriet M., Corrivetti Francesco, Thiebaut de Schotten Michel, Sarubbo Silvio, Corsini Francesco, De Benedictis Alessandro, Petit Laurent, Viergever Max A., Jones Derek K., Mandonnet Emmanuel, Axer Hubertus, Evans John, Paus Tomáš, Leemans Alexander 5 mrt 2019, In: Frontiers in Neuroanatomy [E]. 13 , p. 24

The challenge of mapping the human connectome based on diffusion tractography

Maier-Hein Klaus H et al. 7 nov 2017, In: Nature Communications [E]. 8

Central sensitization-related changes of effective and functional connectivity in the rat inflammatory trigeminal pain model

Spisák Tamás, Pozsgay Zsófia, Aranyi Csaba, Dávid Szabolcs, Kocsis Pál, Nyitrai Gabriella, Gajári Dávid, Emri Miklós, Czurkó András, Kincses Zsigmond Tamás 6 mrt 2017, In: Neuroscience. 344 , p. 133-147 15 p.

Scopolamine provocation-based pharmacological MRI model for testing procognitive agents

Hegedüs Nikolett, Laszy Judit, Gyertyán István, Kocsis Pál, Gajári Dávid, Dávid Szabolcs, Deli Levente, Pozsgay Zsófia, Tihanyi Károly 1 jan 2015, In: Journal of Psychopharmacology. 29 , p. 447-455 9 p.

Ghrelin modulates the fMRI BOLD response of homeostatic and hedonic brain centers regulating energy balance in the rat

Sárvári Miklós, Kocsis Pál, Deli Levente, Gajári Dávid, Dávid Szabolcs, Pozsgay Zsófia, Hegedus Nikolett, Tihanyi Károly, Liposits Zsolt 15 mei 2014, In: PLoS ONE. 9

Vascular action as the primary mechanism of cognitive effects of cholinergic, CNS-acting drugs, a rat phMRI BOLD study

Kocsis Pál, Gyertyán István, Éles János, Laszy Judit, Hegeds Nikolett, Gajári Dávid, Deli Levente, Pozsgay Zsófia, Dávid Szabolcs, Tihanyi Károly 1 jan 2014, In: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism. 34 , p. 995-1000 6 p.

Investigating the need of triggering the acquisition for infant diffusion MRI: A quantitative study including bootstrap statistics

Kozák L.R., Dávid S., Rudas G., Vidnyánszky Z., Leemans A., Nagy Z. 2013, In: NeuroImage. 69 , p. 198-205 8 p.

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