Guillaume Madelin

Guillaume Madelin, PhD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Function: 
Key Personnel
Affiliation: 
CAI²R
Phone: 
(212)-263-3343
Fax: 
+1-212-263-7541
Address: 
660 First Avenue, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10016
Educational Details: 
  • 2005 - PhD Biomedical Imaging - University of Bordeaux 2, France
  • 2002 - MSc Signals and Images in Biology and Medicine - University of Rennes 1, France
  • 1998 - MSc Physics - University of Angers, France
Research Interest: 
  • Sodium MRI
  • Non-Cartesian MRI
Selected Publications: 
  1. G. Madelin, N. Baril, C.J. Lewa, J.-M. Franconi, E. Thiaudière, J.-D. de Certaines. Detection of acoustic waves by NMR using a radiofrequency field gradient. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 161, 108-111, 2003.
  2. G. Madelin, N. Baril, J.-D. de Certaines, J.-M. Franconi, E. Thiaudière. NMR characterization of mechanical waves. Annual Reports on NMR Spectroscopy 53, 203-244, 2004.
  3. T. Klinkosz, C.J. Lewa, G. Madelin, E. Thiaudière. A theoretical approach to local shear waves attenuation measurements by MRE. Preliminary experimental results. Central European Journal of Physics 3(3), 420-432, 2005.
  4. G. Madelin, B. Hosten, C. Biateau, C. Mougenot, J.-M. Franconi, E. Thiaudière. Comparison of laser interferometry and radiation force method of measuring ultrasonic power. Ultrasonics 43(9), 769-774, 2005.
  5. G. Madelin, D. Grucker, J.-M. Franconi, E. Thiaudière. Magnetic resonance imaging of acoustic streaming: absorption coefficient and acoustic field shape estimation. Ultrasonics 44(3), 272-278, 2006.
  6. P. Mellet, P. Massot, G. Madelin, S.R.A. Marque, E. Harte, J.-M. Franconi, E. Thiaudière. New concepts in molecular imaging: non-invasive MRI spotting of proteolysis using an Overhauser effect switch. PLoS ONE 4(4), e5244, 2009.
  7. G. Madelin, N. Oesingmann, M. Inglese, Double inversion recovery MRI with fat suppression at 7T: initial experience. Journal of Neuroimaging 20, 87-92, 2010.
  8. M. Inglese, G. Madelin, N. Oesingmann, J.S. Babb, W. Wu, B. Stoeckel, J. Herbert, G. Johnson. Brain tissue sodium concentration in multiple sclerosis: a sodium imaging study at 3T. Brain 133, 847-857, 2010.
  9. K.E. Washburn, G. Madelin. Imaging of multiphase fluid saturation within a porous material via sodium NMR. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 202, 1222-126, 2010.
  10. G. Madelin, J.-S. Lee, S. Inati, A. Jerschow, R.R. Regatte. Sodium inversion recovery MRI of the knee joint in vivo at 7T. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 207, 42-52, 2010.
  11. G. Madelin, A. Jerschow, R.R. Regatte. Sodium MRI with fluid suppression: will it improve early detection of osteoarthritis? Imaging in Medicine 3(1), 1-4, 2011.
  12. G. Chang, O. Sherman, G. Madelin, M. Recht, R.R. Regatte. MR imaging assessment of articular cartilage repair procedures. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics of North America 19, 323-337, 2011.
  13. G. Chang, G.C. Wiggins, D. Xia, R. Lattanzi, G. Madelin, M. Finnerty, H. Fujita, M.P. Recht, R.R. Regatte, Comparison of a 28 Channel-Receive Array Coil and a Quadrature Volume Coil for Morphologic Imaging and T2 Mapping of Knee Cartilage at 7 Tesla, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 35, 441-448, 2011.
  14. G. Madelin, G. Chang, R. Otazo, A. Jerschow, R.R. Regatte. Compressed sensing sodium MRI of cartilage at 7T: preliminary results. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 214, 360-365, 2012.
  15. G. Madelin, A. Jerschow, R.R. Regatte. Sodium relaxation times in the knee joint in vivo at 7T. NMR in Biomedicine 25, 530–537, 2012.
  16. P. Massot, E. Parzy, L. Pourtau, P. Mellet, G. Madelin, S. Marque, J.-M. Franconi, E. Thiaudiere. In vivo high resolution 3D Overhauser-enhanced MRI in mice at 0.2T. Contrast Media and Molecular Imaging 7,45–50, 2012.
  17. G. Chang, G. Madelin, O.H. Sherman, E.J. Strauss, D. Xia, M.P. Recht, A. Jerschow, R.R. Regatte. Improved assessment of cartilage repair tissue using fluid-suppressed 23Na inversion recovery MRI at 7 Tesla: preliminary results. European Radiology 22, 1341-1349, 2012.
  18. G. Madelin, J. Babb, D. Xia, G. Chang, A. Jerschow, R.R. Regatte. Reproducibility and repeatability of quantitative sodium MRI in vivo in articular cartilage at 3T and 7T. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 68, 841-849, 2012.
  19. G. Madelin. Sodium magnetic resonance imaging: biomedical applications. arXiv:1212.4400 [physics.med-ph], 2012.
  20. R. Brown, G. Madelin, R. Lattanzi, G. Chang, R.R. Regatte, D.K. Sodickson, G.C. Wiggins. Design of a nested eight-channel sodium and four-channel proton coil for 7T knee imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2012 (in print).
  21. G. Madelin, J. Babb, D. Xia, G. Chang, S. Krasnokutsky, S.B. Abramson, A. Jershow, R.R. Regatte. Articular cartilage: Evaluation with fluid-suppressed 7.0-T sodium MR imaging in subjects with and subjects without osteoarthritis. Radiology, 2013 (in print).  
  22. G. Madelin, R.R. Regatte. Biomedical applications of sodium MRI in vivo. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2013 (in print).

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Philanthropic Support

We gratefully acknowledge generous support for radiology research at NYU Langone Medical Center from:
 
• The Big George Foundation
• Raymond and Beverly Sackler
• Bernard and Irene Schwartz

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