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Dean, PJ, Sato, JR, Vieira, G, McNamara, A and Sterr, A (2015) Long-term structural changes after mTBI and their relation to post-concussion symptoms. Brain Inj. pp. 1-8.

Dean, Philip, Sato, JR, Vieira, G, McNamara, A and Sterr, Annette (2014) Multimodal imaging of mild traumatic brain injury and persistent postconcussion syndrome Brain and Behavior.

Dean, P, Sato, J, Vieira, G, McNamara, A and Sterr, A (2014) Correlation between functional, structural and metabolic changes after mild traumatic brain injury and it's relationship with persistent PCS and cognitive performance BRAIN INJURY, 28 (5-6). p. 656.

Sterr, A, Dean, PJA, Sato, JR, Vieira, G, Conforto, AB and Shen, S (2013) Cortical thickness changes in the non-lesioned hemisphere associated with non-paretic arm immobilization in modified CI therapy NeuroImage: Clinical, 2 (1). pp. 797-803.

Book Section

Sato, JR, Dean, PJA and Vieira, G (2014) Methods for Connectivity Analysis in fMRI In: Methods in Brain Connectivity Inference through Multivariate Time Series Analysis. CRC Press, pp. 197-222. ISBN 1439845727

Conference or Workshop Item

Dean, PJA, Sato, J, Vieira, G, McNamara, A and Sterr, A (2014) Correlation between functional, structural and metabolic changes after mild traumatic brain injury, and it relationship with persistent PCS and cognitive performance In: Tenth World Congress on Brain Injury, 2014-03-19 - 2014-03-22, San Francisco, USA.

Dean, PJA, McNamara, A, Vieira, G, Sato, J and Sterr, A Structural and functional changes in mTBI and their relationship to persistent PCS: DTI, cortical thickness and fMRI analysis. In: BNA2013: Festival Of Neuroscience, 2013-04-07 - 2013-04-10, London.

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