Thomas Neuberger

Director, High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Facility; Associate Research Professor

Thomas Neuberger

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

These publication tags are generated from the output of this researcher. Click any tag below to view other Huck researchers working on the same topic.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Brain Ketogenic Diet Fish Blood Vessels Ketosis Diet Seeds In Vitro Techniques Apolipoproteins Default Mode Network Mouse Zinc Deficiency Thrombosis Deer Concussion Germination Contrast Media Apolipoproteins E Glycerol Brassica Napus Imaging Techniques Magnetic Resonance Aquaporins Prefrontal Cortex

Most Recent Publications

VCAM-1-targeted nanoparticles to diagnose, monitor and treat atherosclerosis

Maria Rita Castro, James H. Adair, Andrea Marie Mastro, Thomas Neuberger, Gail L. Matters, 2024, Nanomedicine on p. 723-735

A very-low carbohydrate content in a high-fat diet modifies the plasma metabolome and impacts systemic inflammation and experimental atherosclerosis

Maria Rita Castro, Karel Kalecký, Neil K. Huang, Kristina Petersen, Vishal Singh, A. Catharine Ross, Thomas Neuberger, Teodoro Bottiglieri, 2024, Nutrition Reports International

Stephen Andrews, Anthony Koehle, Devendra Paudel, Thomas Neuberger, A. Catharine Ross, Vishal Singh, Teodoro Bottiglieri, Maria Rita Castro, Rita Castro, 2024, Nutrients on p. 330

Q Zhang, S Cramer, K Turner, Thomas Neuberger, Patrick Drew, Nanyin Zhang, 2023, NeuroImage on p. 119887

Alexa E. Walter, Xiaoxiao Bai, James Wilkes, Thomas Neuberger, Wayne Sebastianelli, Semyon M. Slobounov, 2023, Frontiers in Neurology

Maria Rita Castro, Sean Gullette, Courtney Whalen, Floyd J. Mattie, Ximing Ge, A. Catharine Ross, Thomas Neuberger, 2023, Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology, and Medicine

Simon Mayer, Eberhard Munz, Sebastian Hammer, Steffen Wagner, Andre Guendel, Hardy Rolletschek, Peter M. Jakob, Ljudmilla Borisjuk, Thomas Neuberger, 2022, Plant Methods

Inês V. da Silva, Sean Gullette, Cristina Florindo, Neil K. Huang, Thomas Neuberger, A. Catharine Ross, Graça Soveral, Rita Castro, 2022, Biomedicines on p. 1159

Rita Castro, Courtney A. Whalen, Sean Gullette, Floyd J. Mattie, Cristina Florindo, Sandra G. Heil, Neil K. Huang, Thomas Neuberger, A. Catharine Ross, 2021, Nutrients

Ling Yang, Thomas Neuberger, Keefe B. Manning, 2021, Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology, and Medicine on p. 285-295

Most-Cited Papers

Brian Johnson, Thomas Neuberger, Michael Gay, Mark Hallett, Semyon Slobounov, 2014, Central Nervous System Trauma on p. 1907-1913

C. De Pasquale, T. Neuberger, A. M. Hirrlinger, V. A. Braithwaite, 2016, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

Zhifeng Liang, Glenn D.R. Watson, Kevin D. Alloway, Gangchea Lee, Thomas Neuberger, Nanyin Zhang, 2015, NeuroImage on p. 114-123

Xi Tian, Kate Anthony, Thomas Neuberger, Francisco J. Diaz, 2014, Biology of Reproduction on p. 1-12

Eberhard Munz, Hardy Rolletschek, Steffen Oeltze-Jafra, Johannes Fuchs, André Guendel, Thomas Neuberger, Stefan Ortleb, Peter M. Jakob, Ljudmilla Borisjuk, 2017, New Phytologist on p. 1181-1190

Johnes Obungoloch, Joshua R. Harper, Steven Consevage, Igor M. Savukov, Thomas Neuberger, Srinivas Tadigadapa, Steven J. Schiff, 2018, Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology, and Medicine on p. 665-676

In vitro quantification of time dependent thrombus size using magnetic resonance imaging and computational simulations of thrombus surface shear stresses

Joshua O. Taylor, Kory P. Witmer, Thomas Neuberger, Brent A. Craven, Richard S. Meyer, Steven Deutsch, Keefe B. Manning, 2014, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering

Allison N. Ranslow, Joseph P. Richter, Thomas Neuberger, Blaire Van Valkenburgh, Christopher R. Rumple, Andrew P. Quigley, Benison Pang, Michael H. Krane, Brent A. Craven, 2014, Anatomical Record on p. 2138-2147

Quantifying the effects of inactin vs Isoflurane anesthesia on gastrointestinal motility in rats using dynamic magnetic resonance imaging and spatio-temporal maps

A. C. Ailiani, T. Neuberger, J. G. Brasseur, G. Banco, Y. Wang, N. B. Smith, A. G. Webb, 2014, Neurogastroenterology and Motility on p. 1477-1486

Susan M. Motch Perrine, Tim Stecko, Thomas Neuberger, Ethylin W. Jabs, Timothy M. Ryan, Joan T. Richtsmeier, 2017, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

News Articles Featuring Thomas Neuberger

Two Arts and Architecture faculty receive Huck Institutes joint projects grants

Penn State College of Arts and Architecture faculty members Aaron Knochel, associate professor of art education, and Cristin Millett, professor of art, have received 2023 Joint Projects in Life/Medical Sciences, Arts and Humanities Grants from Penn State’s Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences.

Millett and White to discuss 'Ex-Utero' project at Paris symposium

Cristin Millett, professor of art in sculpture at Penn State, and Cynthia White, adjunct research associate in the College of Arts and Architecture’s Arts & Design Research Incubator (ADRI), will discuss “Ex-Utero,” their ongoing research project culminating in a sculptural artwork of an artificial uterus, at ISEA2023, the 28th International Symposium on Electronic Art, in Paris, France, May 16-21.

Researchers awarded $2.3M grant to enhance understanding of rotator cuff injury

Rotator cuff injuries are the second leading cause of musculoskeletal pain, following lower back pain. Their prevalence increases with age, with individuals over 80 years old at a 64% risk of the injury.

Cancer Institute receives breast cancer grant from Mary Kay Ash Foundation

Penn State College of Medicine is among the Mary Kay Ash Foundation’s 2022 cancer research grant recipients. The foundation announced $1 million in grants awarded to 10 individuals who are conducting groundbreaking research in cancers that primarily affect women.

Penn State research teams awarded seed grants to advance biodevices

Interdisciplinary research teams from across Penn State recently received seed grants from the Penn State Biodevices Seed Grant program and the Grace Woodward Collaborative Research in Engineering and Medicine Grant program to fund their work in advancing biodevices.

Scientists create a way to make more breathable 3D-printed tissues

The key to 3D printing bone and cartilage? Seaweed