Medical Education Resident Physician Co-authors Six Scholarly Research Articles

Dr. Ayushi Jain

Dr. Ayushi Jain, an internal medicine resident physician at The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education, has co-authored six scholarly research papers that were accepted for publication in academic journals.

The Oxford Academic, which has more than 450 journals in the humanities, social sciences, law, science and medicine, published the paper, “Acute Brain Activation Patterns of High- vs. Low-Frequency Stimulation of the Anterior Nucleus of the Thalamus During Deep Brain Stimulation for Epilepsy,” in the Neurosurgery Journal. Ten research scholars collaborated on the paper.

Dr. Jain also was the co-author of the paper, “Directed Stimulation of the Dentato-Rubro-Thalamic Tract for Deep Brain Stimulation in Essential Tremor: A B lined Clinical Trail,” in the Neuroradiology Journal, of SAGE Journals, the world’s leading independent academic publisher. The scholarly paper was written by 10 co-authors.

SAGE Journals also published the research paper, “Edge-Enhancing Gradient Echo with Multi-Image Co-Registration and Averaging for Targeting Thalamic Centromedian and Parafascicular Nuclei,” in the Neuroradiology Journal, which she co-authored with eight other researchers.

The research article, “Temporal Pole Blurring in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Revealed by 3D Edge-Enhancing Gradient Echo MRI,” was published in the Neuroradiology Journal. Dr. Jain was the co-author with eight additional researchers.

Dr. Jain’s research article, “Brain Structural Differences in Temporal Lobe and Frontal Lobe Epilepsy Patients: A Voxel-Based Morphometry and Vertex-Based Surface Analysis,” was published in the Neuroradiology Journal. It was co-authored by Dr. Jain and 11 other academic researchers.

Elsevier, a global publishing company that specializes in scientific and medical content, published the scholarly article, “Connectivity Correlates to Predict Essential Tremor Deep Brain Stimulation Outcome: Evidence for a Common Treatment Pathway,” in the NeuroImage: Clinical Journal. The research paper featured 17 co-authors.

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