My main research interest is in diffusion MRI, an imaging modality which has been shown to provide useful information about the microstructural architecture of the brain. I am currently working on projects using diffusion MRI to study Parkinson's disease, stroke and healthy ageing.
I am also interested in developing methods for high resolution fMRI acquisition, in particular applied to pattern-information decoding in the visual cortex.
Publications in peer-reviewed journals
Rae C.L., Correia M.M., Altena E., Hughes L.E., Barker R.A., Rowe J.B. (2012) White matter pathology in Parkinson's disease: The effect of imaging protocol differences and relevance to executive function, NeuroImage, 62(3), 1675-84.
Correia, M.M., Newcombe,V., Williams, G.B. (2011) Contrast-to-noise ratios for indices of anisotropy obtained from diffusion MRI: A study with standard clinical b-values at 3T, NeuroImage, 57(3), 1103-1115.
Geva, S., Correia, M.M., & Warburton, E.A. (2011) Diffusion tensor imaging in the study of language and aphasia, Aphasiology, 25(5), 543-558.
Thompson, R., Correia, M.M., Cusack, R. (2011) Vascular contributions to multivariate pattern analysis at 3T, NeuroImage, 56(2), 643-650.
Correia, M.M, Carpenter, T.A, Williams, G.B. (2009) Looking for the optimal DTI acquisition scheme given a maximum scan time: are more b-values a waste of time?, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 27(2), 163-175.
Geva, S., CORREIA, M. M., & Warburton, E.A. (2011) Diffusion tensor imaging in the study of language and aphasia, Aphasiology, 25(5), 543-558 [Read More]
THOMPSON, R., CORREIA, M. M., CUSACK, R. (2011) Vascular contributions to multivariate pattern analysis at 3T, NeuroImage, 56(2), 643-650 [Open Access]