Peter T. Fox
Peter Fox is Honorary Professor of the School of Humanities of HKU and Professor of the School of Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He and his collaborators developed functional neuroimaging technologies (PET) in 1980's, which led to the birth of cognitive neuroscience and human brain mapping.


Selected Publications

1. Fox PT, Mintun MA, Raichle ME, & Herscovitch P. (1984) A noninvasive approach to quantitative functional brain mapping with H215O and positron emission tomography. J. Cereb. Blood Flow & Metab. 4:329-333.

2. Fox PT, Raichle ME, & Thach WT. (1985) Functional mapping of the human cerebellum with positron emission tomography. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 82:7462-7466.

3. Fox PT, & Raichle ME. (1986) Focal physiological uncoupling of cerebral blood flow and oxidative metabolism during somatosensory stimulation in human subjects. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 83:1140-1144.

4. Fox PT, Mintun ME, Raichle ME, Miezin FM, Allman JM, & Van Essen DC. (1986) Mapping human visual cortex with positron emission tomography. Nature 323:806-809.

5. Fox PT, Miezin ME, Allman JM, Van Essen DC, & Raichle ME. (1987) Retinotopic organization of human visual cortex mapped with positron emission tomography. J. Neuroscience 7:913-922.

6. Petersen SE, Fox PT, Posner MI, Raichle ME. (1988) Positron emission tomographic studies of the cortical anatomy of single-word processing. Nature 331: 585-589.

7. Posner MI, Petersen SE, Fox PT, Raichle ME. (1988) Localization of cognitive functions in the human brain. Science 240: 1627-1631.

8. Fox PT, Raichle ME, Mintun MA, and Dence C. (1988) Nonoxidative Glucose Consumption During Focal Physiologic Neural Activity. Science 241:462-464.

9. Reiman EM, Fusselma, MJ, Fox PT, Raichle ME. (1989) Neuroanatomical correlates of anticipatory anxiety. Science 243:1071-1074.

10. Petersen SE, Fox PT, Snyder AZ, Raichle ME. (1990) Activation of extrastriate and frontal cortical areas by visual words and word-like stimuli. Science 249:1041-1044.

11. Pardo JV, Fox PT, Raichle ME. (1991) PET localization of a system for sustained attention. Nature 349:61-64.

12. Fox PT, Woldorff MG (1994) Integrating human brain maps. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 4(2):151-156.

13. Fox PT, Lancaster JL. (1994) Neuroscience on the net. Science 266(5187):994-996.

14. Parson, LM, Fox PT, Downs JH, Glass T, Hirsch TB, Martin CC, Jerabek PA, Lancaster JL. (1995) Use of implicit motor imagery for visual shape discrimination as revealed by PET. Nature 375(6526):54-58.

15. Fox PT, Ingham RJ, Ingham JC, Hirsch TB, Downs JH, Martin C, Jerabek P, Glass T, Lancaster L. (1996) A PET study of the neural systems of stuttering. Nature 382(6587): 158-162.

16. Gao JH, Parsons LM, Bower JM, Xiong J, Li J, Fox PT(1996) Cerebellum Implicated in Sensory Acquisition and Discrimination Rather Than Motor Control. Science 272(5261): 545-547.

17. Gao JH, Miller I, Lai S, Xiong J, Fox P (1996) Quantitative assessment of blood inflow effects in functional MR imaging signal. Magn. Reson. Med. 36(2): 314-319.

18. Denton D, Shade R, Zamarippa F, Egan G, Blair-West J, McKinley M, Fox P (1999) Correlation of regional cerebral blood flow and change of plasma sodium concentration during genesis and satiation of thirst. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 96:2532-2537.

19. Denton D, Shade R, Zamarippa F, Egan G, Blair-West J, McKinley M, Lancaster J, Fox P. (1999) Neuroimaging of genesis and satiation of thirst and an interoceptor-driven theory of origins of primary consciousness. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 96:5304-5309.

20. Mayberg HS, Liotti M, Brannan SK, McGinnis S, Mahurin RK, Jerabek PA, Silva JA, Tekell JL, Martin CC, Fox PT. (1999) Reciprocal Limbic-Cortical Function and Negative Mood: Converging PET findings in depression and normal sadness. Am J Psychiatry, 156(5):675-682.

21. Liu Y, Gao J-H, Liotti M, Pu Y, and Fox PT. (1999) Temporal Dissociation of Parallel Processing in the Human Subcortical Outputs. Nature, 400:364-366.

22. Parsons LM, Denton D, Egan G, McKinley M, Shade R, Lancaster J, Fox PT. (2000) Neuroimaging evidence implicating cerebellum in support of sensory/cognitive processes associated with thirst. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 97(5):2332-2336.

23. Fox PT, Ingham RJ, Ingham JC, Zamarripa F, Xiong J-H, and Lancaster JL. (2000) Brain correlates of stuttering and syllable production: A PET performance-correlation analysis. Brain, 123(10), 1985-2004.

24. Liu Y, Gao J-H, Liu H-L, Fox PT. (2000) The temporal response of the brain after eating revealed by functional MRI. Nature, 405, 1058-1062.

25. Parsons LM, Denton D, Egan G, McKinley M, Shade R, Lancaster J, Fox PT. (2000) Neuroimaging evidence implicating cerebellum in support of sensory/cognitive processes associated with thirst. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 97(5), 2332-2336.

26. Brannan S, Liotti M, Egan G, Denton D, Shade R, Madden L, Abplanalp B, Fox PT. (2001) Neuroimaging of cortical activations and deactivations associated with hypercapnia and hunger for air. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 13;98(4):2029-34.

27. Parsons LM, Egan G, Liotti M, Brannan S, Denton D, Shade R, Robillard R, Madden L, Abplanalp B, Fox PT. (2001)Neuroimaging evidence implicating cerebellum in the experience of hypercapnea and hunger for air. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 98(4), 2041-2046.

28. Brannan S, Liotti M, Egan G, Shade R, Madden L, Robillard R, Abplanalp B, Stofer K, Denton D, Fox PT. (2001)Neuroimaging of cerebral activations and deactivations associated with hypercapnia and hunger for air. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 98(4), 2029-2034.

29. Liotti M, Brannan S, Egan G, Shade R, Madden L, Abplanalp B, Robillard R, Lancaster J, Zamarripa F, Fox PT, Denton D. (2001) Brain responses associated with consciousness of breathlessness (air hunger). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 98(4), 2035-2040.

30. Farrell MJ, Zamarripa F, Shade R, Phillips PA, McKinley M, Fox PT, Blair-West J, Denton DA, Egan GF. (2008) Effect of aging on regional cerebral blood flow responses associated with osmotic thirst and its satiation by water drinking: a PET study Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 105(1):382-387.

31. Laird AR, Eickhoff SB, Li K, Robin DA, Glahn DC, Fox PT. (2009) Investigating the functional heterogeneity of the default mode network using coordinate-based meta-analytic modeling J Neurosci,2 9(46):14496-14505.

32. Kochunov P, Glahn D, Winkler A, Duggirala R, Olvera RL, Cole S, Dyer TD, Almasy L, Fox PT, Blangero J. (2009)Analysis of genetic variability and whole genome linkage of whole-brain, subcortical, and ependymal hyperintense white matter volume Stroke, 40(12):3685-3690.

33. Eickhoff SB, Jbabdi S, Caspers S, Laird AR, Fox PT, Zilles K, Behrens TE. (2010) Anatomical and functional connectivity of cytoarchitectonic areas within the human parietal operculum J Neurosci, 30(18):6409-6421.

34. Lin AL, Fox PT, Hardies J, Duong TQ, Gao JH. (2010) Nonlinear coupling between cerebral blood flow, oxygen consumption, and ATP production in human visual cortex Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 107(18):8446-8451.

35. Glahn DC, Winkler AM, Kochunov P, Almasy L, Duggirala R, Carless MA, Curran JC, Olvera RL, Laird AR, Smith SM, Beckmann CF, Fox PT, Blangero J. (2010) Genetic control over the resting brain Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 107(3):1223-1228.

36. Karlsgodt KH, Kochunov P, Winkler AM, Laird AR, Almasy L, Duggirala R, Olvera RL, Fox PT, Blangero J, Glahn DC.(2010) A multimodal assessment of the genetic control over working memory J Neurosci, 30(24):8197-8202.

37. Kochunov P, Glahn D, Lancaster J, Winkler A, Kent JW, Olvera RL, Cole SA, Dyer TD, Almasy L, Duggirala R, Fox PT, Blangero J. (2010) Whole brain and regional hyperintense white matter volume and blood pressure: overlap of genetic loci produced by bivariate, whole-genome linkage analyses Stroke, 41(10):2137-2142.

38. Kochunov P, Glahn D, Lancaster J, Winkler A, Kent JW, Olvera RL, Cole SA, Dyer TD, Almasy L, Duggirala R, Fox PT, Blangero J. (2010) Whole Brain and Regional Hyperintense White Matter Volume and Blood Pressure. Overlap of Genetic Loci Produced by Bivariate, Whole-Genome Linkage Analyses. Stroke,41(10):2137-42.

 

 

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