Haykel Snoussi

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InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
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    1. Toledo JB, Liu H, Grothe MJ, Rashid T, Launer L, Shaw LM, Snoussi H, Heckbert S, Weiner M, Trojanwoski JQ, Seshadri S, Habes M. Disentangling tau and brain atrophy cluster heterogeneity across the Alzheimer's disease continuum. Alzheimers Dement (N Y). 2022; 8(1):e12305. PMID: 35619830.
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    2. Maillard P, Lu H, Arfanakis K, Gold BT, Bauer CE, Zachariou V, Stables L, Wang DJJ, Jann K, Seshadri S, Duering M, Hillmer LJ, Rosenberg GA, Snoussi H, Sepehrband F, Habes M, Singh B, Kramer JH, Corriveau RA, Singh H, Schwab K, Helmer KG, Greenberg SM, Caprihan A, DeCarli C, Satizabal CL. Instrumental validation of free water, peak-width of skeletonized mean diffusivity, and white matter hyperintensities: MarkVCID neuroimaging kits. Alzheimers Dement (Amst). 2022; 14(1):e12261. PMID: 35382232.
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    3. Chouteau R, Combès B, Bannier E, Snoussi H, Ferré JC, Barillot C, Edan G, Sauleau P, Kerbrat A. Joint assessment of brain and spinal cord motor tract damage in patients with early RRMS: predominant impact of spinal cord lesions on motor function. J Neurol. 2019 Sep; 266(9):2294-2303. PMID: 31175433.
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