F. Guo

F. Guo

PHD Candidate - OIO
F. Guo
  • Image Sciences Institute

Research Programs



Fenghua Guo received her BSc (2011) and MSc (2013) in Biomedical Engineering at Northeastern University, China. In her master project, she focused on image processing in MRI to aid diagnosis of brain diseases. She visited the radiology department of Xuanwu Hospital, Beijing in 2012, where she worked on a project about early detection of Alzheimer's disease using segmentation and volume estimation of the olfactory bulb. In 2014, she started as a PhD candidate at the PROVIDI Lab under the supervision of Dr. Alexander Leemans. In her research, she will focus on processing and analysis of diffusion MRI data.

Research Output (6)

Fiber orientation distribution from diffusion MRI:Effects of inaccurate response function calibration

Guo Fenghua, Tax Chantal M W, De Luca Alberto, Viergever Max A, Heemskerk Anneriet, Leemans Alexander 2021, In: Journal of Neuroimaging. 31 , p. 1082-1098 17 p.

Spherical deconvolution with tissue-specific response functions and multi-shell diffusion MRI to estimate multiple fiber orientation distributions (mFODs)

De Luca Alberto, Guo Fenghua, Froeling Martijn, Leemans Alexander 31 Jul 2020, In: NeuroImage. 222 15 p.

Generalized Richardson-Lucy (GRL) for analyzing multi-shell diffusion MRI data

Guo Fenghua, Leemans Alexander, Viergever Max A, Dell'Acqua Flavio, De Luca Alberto 16 May 2020, In: NeuroImage. 218 16 p.

The effect of gradient nonlinearities on fiber orientation estimates from spherical deconvolution of diffusion magnetic resonance imaging data

Guo Fenghua, de Luca Alberto, Parker Greg, Jones Derek K, Viergever Max A, Leemans Alexander, Tax Chantal M W 2020, In: Human Brain Mapping. 42 , p. 367-383 17 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 challenge of mapping the human connectome based on diffusion tractography

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

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