Evren ÖZARSLAN (Assistant Professor of Physics)

B.S. : University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Physics (1999)
M.S. : University of Florida - Biomedical Engineering (2003)
Ph.D.: University of Florida - Physics (2004)
Postdoctoral Fellowship: National Institutes of Health
Scientist: Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine
Academic Appointment: Harvard Medical School

Areas of Interest

  • Modeling transport of fluids in tissue and porous media.
  • Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy.
  • Magnetic field-tissue interactions.
  • Magnetic resonance spectrum and image analysis.

Selected Publications
  • zarslan E, Koay CG, Shepherd TM, Komlosh ME, Irfanoglu MO, Pierpaoli C, Basser PJ. Mean apparent propagator (MAP) MRI: a novel diffusion imaging method for mapping tissue microstructure. NeuroImage, 2013; 78:1632.
  • zarslan E, Shepherd TM, Koay CG, Blackband SJ, Basser PJ. Temporal scaling characteristics of diffusion as a new MRI contrast: Findings in rat hippocampus. NeuroImage 2012; 60(2):13801393.
  • zarslan E, Shemesh N, Koay CG, Cohen Y, Basser PJ. Nuclear magnetic resonance characterization of general compartment size distributions. New J Phys 2011; 13:015010..
  • zarslan E. Compartment shape anisotropy (CSA) revealed by double pulsed field gradient MR. J Magn Reson 2009; 199(1):5667.
  • zarslan E, Shemesh N, Basser PJ. A general framework to quantify the effect of restricted diffusion on the NMR signal with applications to double pulsed field gradient NMR experiments. J Chem Phys 2009; 130(10):104702.