Xiao Liu

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Xiao Liu

Publication Tags

Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging Arousal Anesthesia Sleep Biomarkers Primates C Reactive Protein Interleukin 6 Electroencephalography Physiology Rodentia Therapeutics Inflammation Spectral Resolution Coagulation Hemodynamics Fibrin Fragment D Information Services Datasets Consciousness Oxygen Potential Field Wakefulness Energy Metabolism

Most Recent Papers

Arousal Contributions to Resting-State fMRI Connectivity and Dynamics

Yameng Gu, Feng Han, Xiao Liu, 2019, Frontiers in Neuroscience

All-night functional magnetic resonance imaging sleep studies

Thomas M. Moehlman, Jacco A. de Zwart, Miranda G. Chappel-Farley, Xiao Liu, Irene B. McClain, Catie Chang, Hendrik Mandelkow, Pinar S. Özbay, Nicholas L. Johnson, Rebecca E. Bieber, Katharine A. Fernandez, Kelly A. King, Christopher K. Zalewski, Carmen C. Brewer, Peter van Gelderen, Jeff H. Duyn, Dante Picchioni, 2019, Journal of Neuroscience Methods on p. 83-98

A Neurophysiological Event of Arousal Modulation May Underlie fMRI-EEG Correlations

Feng *Han, Yameng *Gu, Xiao Liu, 2019, Frontiers in Neuroscience on p. 823

Subcortical evidence for a contribution of arousal to fMRI studies of brain activity

Xiao Liu, Jacco A. De Zwart, Marieke L. Schölvinck, Catie Chang, Frank Q. Ye, David A. Leopold, Jeff H. Duyn, 2018, Nature communications

Transient arousal modulations are responsible for resting-state functional connectivity changes associated with head motion

Yameng *Gu, Feng *Han, Lucas *Sainburg, Xiao Liu, 2018, bioRxiv

Tracking brain arousal fluctuations with fMRI

Catie Chang, David A. Leopold, Marieke Louise Schölvinck, Hendrik Mandelkow, Dante Picchioni, Xiao Liu, Frank Q. Ye, Janita N. Turchi, Jeff H. Duyn, 2016, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 4518-4523

Robust long-range coordination of spontaneous neural activity in waking, sleep and anesthesia

Xiao Liu, Toru Yanagawa, David A. Leopold, Naotaka Fujii, Jeff H. Duyn, 2015, Cerebral Cortex on p. 2929-2938

Arousal transitions in sleep, wakefulness, and anesthesia are characterized by an orderly sequence of cortical events

Xiao Liu, Toru Yanagawa, David A. Leopold, Catie Chang, Hiroaki Ishida, Naotaka Fujii, Jeff H. Duyn, 2015, NeuroImage on p. 222-231

Dynamic resting state functional connectivity in awake and anesthetized rodents

Zhifeng Liang, Xiao Liu, Nanyin Zhang, 2015, NeuroImage on p. 89-99

Robust Long-Range Coordination of Spontaneous Neural Activity in Waking, Sleep and Anesthesia

Xiao ^Liu, T Yanagawa, D Leopold, N Fujii, J Duyn, 2014, Cerebral cortex

Most-Cited Papers

Time-varying functional network information extracted from brief instances of spontaneous brain activity

Xiao Liu, Jeff H. Duyn, 2013, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 4392-4397

EEG correlates of time-varying BOLD functional connectivity

Catie Chang, Zhongming Liu, Michael C. Chen, Xiao Liu, Jeff H. Duyn, 2013, NeuroImage on p. 227-236

Neural origin of spontaneous hemodynamic fluctuations in rats under burst-suppression anesthesia condition

Xiao Liu, Xiao Hong Zhu, Yi Zhang, Wei Chen, 2011, Cerebral Cortex on p. 374-384

Quantitative imaging of energy expenditure in human brain

Xiao Hong Zhu, Hongyan Qiao, Fei Du, Qiang Xiong, Xiao Liu, Xiaoliang Zhang, Kamil Ugurbil, Wei Chen, 2012, NeuroImage on p. 2107-2117

Tracking brain arousal fluctuations with fMRI

Catie Chang, David A. Leopold, Marieke Louise Schölvinck, Hendrik Mandelkow, Dante Picchioni, Xiao Liu, Frank Q. Ye, Janita N. Turchi, Jeff H. Duyn, 2016, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 4518-4523

Decomposition of spontaneous brain activity into distinct fMRI co-activation patterns

Xiao Liu, Catie Chang, Jeff H. Duyn, 2013, Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience

Dynamic resting state functional connectivity in awake and anesthetized rodents

Zhifeng Liang, Xiao Liu, Nanyin Zhang, 2015, NeuroImage on p. 89-99

The change of functional connectivity specificity in rats under various anesthesia levels and its neural origin

Xiao Liu, Xiao Hong Zhu, Yi Zhang, Wei Chen, 2013, Brain Topography on p. 363-377

Pre-ART levels of inflammation and coagulation markers are strong predictors of death in a south african cohort with advanced HIV disease

Lotty Ledwaba, Jorge A. Tavel, Paul Khabo, Patrick Maja, Jing Qin, Phumele Sangweni, Xiao Liu, Dean Follmann, Julia A. Metcalf, Susan Orsega, Beth Baseler, James D. Neaton, H. Clifford Lane, Project Phidisa Biomarkers Team The Project Phidisa Biomarkers Team, 2012, PloS one

Baseline BOLD correlation predicts individuals' stimulus-evoked BOLD responses

Xiao Liu, Xiao Hong Zhu, Wei Chen, 2011, NeuroImage on p. 2278-2286