Jamie Near
Jamie Near
Sunnybrook Research Institute
Verified email at utoronto.ca
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Relationship between physiological measures of excitability and levels of glutamate and GABA in the human motor cortex
CJ Stagg, S Bestmann, AO Constantinescu, L Moreno Moreno, C Allman, ...
The Journal of physiology 589 (23), 5845-5855, 2011
Frequency and phase drift correction of magnetic resonance spectroscopy data by spectral registration in the time domain
J Near, R Edden, CJ Evans, R Paquin, A Harris, P Jezzard
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 73 (1), 44-50, 2015
Modulation of GABA and resting state functional connectivity by transcranial direct current stimulation
V Bachtiar, J Near, H Johansen-Berg, CJ Stagg
Elife 4, e08789, 2015
Baseline GABA concentration and fMRI response
MJ Donahue, J Near, JU Blicher, P Jezzard
Neuroimage 53 (2), 392-398, 2010
A mechanism for value-guided choice based on the excitation-inhibition balance in prefrontal cortex
G Jocham, LT Hunt, J Near, TEJ Behrens
Nature neuroscience 15 (7), 960-961, 2012
Advanced processing and simulation of MRS data using the FID appliance (FID‐A)—an open source, MATLAB‐based toolkit
R Simpson, GA Devenyi, P Jezzard, TJ Hennessy, J Near
Magnetic resonance in medicine 77 (1), 23-33, 2017
Local GABA concentration is related to network-level resting functional connectivity
CJ Stagg, V Bachtiar, U Amadi, CA Gudberg, AS Ilie, C Sampaio-Baptista, ...
Elife 3, e01465, 2014
GABA levels are decreased after stroke and GABA changes during rehabilitation correlate with motor improvement
JU Blicher, J Near, E Nss-Schmidt, CJ Stagg, H Johansen-Berg, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 29 (3), 278-286, 2015
Impact of frequency drift on gamma‐aminobutyric acid‐edited MR spectroscopy
AD Harris, B Glaubitz, J Near, C John Evans, NAJ Puts, T Schmidt‐Wilcke, ...
Magnetic resonance in medicine 72 (4), 941-948, 2014
Resting GABA and glutamate concentrations do not predict visual gamma frequency or amplitude
H Cousijn, S Haegens, G Wallis, J Near, MG Stokes, PJ Harrison, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (25), 9301-9306, 2014
Changes in functional connectivity and GABA levels with long-term motor learning
C Sampaio-Baptista, N Filippini, CJ Stagg, J Near, J Scholz, ...
Neuroimage 106, 15-20, 2015
Efficient γ‐aminobutyric acid editing at 3T without macromolecule contamination: MEGA‐SPECIAL
J Near, R Simpson, P Cowen, P Jezzard
NMR in biomedicine 24 (10), 1277-1285, 2011
Unedited in vivo detection and quantification of γ‐aminobutyric acid in the occipital cortex using short‐TE MRS at 3 T
J Near, J Andersson, E Maron, R Mekle, R Gruetter, P Cowen, P Jezzard
NMR in Biomedicine 26 (11), 1353-1362, 2013
Black-blood multicontrast imaging of carotid arteries with DANTE-prepared 2D and 3D MR imaging
L Li, JT Chai, L Biasiolli, MD Robson, RP Choudhury, AI Handa, J Near, ...
Radiology 273 (2), 560-569, 2014
Neurochemistry of major depression: a study using magnetic resonance spectroscopy
BR Godlewska, J Near, PJ Cowen
Psychopharmacology 232 (3), 501-507, 2015
Long-term reproducibility of GABA magnetic resonance spectroscopy
J Near, YCL Ho, K Sandberg, C Kumaragamage, JU Blicher
Neuroimage 99, 191-196, 2014
J‐difference editing of gamma‐aminobutyric acid (GABA): Simulated and experimental multiplet patterns
J Near, CJ Evans, NAJ Puts, PB Barker, RAE Edden
Magnetic resonance in medicine 70 (5), 1183-1191, 2013
Preprocessing, analysis and quantification in single‐voxel magnetic resonance spectroscopy: experts' consensus recommendations
J Near, AD Harris, C Juchem, R Kreis, M Marjańska, G z, J Slotboom, ...
NMR in Biomedicine 34 (5), e4257, 2021
Phosphene perception relates to visual cortex glutamate levels and covaries with atypical visuospatial awareness
DB Terhune, E Murray, J Near, CJ Stagg, A Cowey, R Cohen Kadosh
Cerebral cortex 25 (11), 4341-4350, 2015
Altered neurochemical coupling in the occipital cortex in migraine with visual aura
H Bridge, CJ Stagg, J Near, C Lau, A Zisner, MZ Cader
Cephalalgia 35 (11), 1025-1030, 2015
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