Medical Physics Doctoral Student
Contact: patriat ‘at’ wisc ‘dot’ edu
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I am currently studying the effects of physiological noise corrections on resting state functional connectivity MRI (rs-fcMRI). I am also interested in examining the use of rc-fcMRI to study the disruption of neural networks by tumors and behavioral disorders, specifically anxiety.
MS 2012, Medical Physics
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
BA 2010, Physics and Film Studies
University of Minnesota-Morris, Morris, MN
Birn RM, Molloy EK, Patriat R, Parker T, Meier TB, Kirk GR, Nair VA, Meyerand ME & Prabhakaran V (2013) The effect of scan length on the reliability of resting-state fMRI connectivity estimates.. NeuroImage, In Press.
Patriat R, Molloy EK, Meier TB, Kirk GR, Nair VA, Meyerand ME, Prabhakaran V & Birn RM (2013) The effect of resting condition on resting-state fMRI reliability and consistency: A comparison between resting with eyes open, closed, and fixated. NeuroImage, In Press.
Oler JA, Birn RM, Patriat R, Fox AS, Shelton SE, Burghy CA, Stodola D, Essex MJ, Davidson RJ & Kalin NH (2012) Evidence for a Functional Extended Amygdala in Non-Human and Human Primates. Neuroimage 61: 1059-1066.
McIntosh GC & Patriat R (2010) The Lifetime of SiO Maser Features of R-Cassiopeia. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 122: 1187-1194.