Golby Lab, A Surgical Brain Mapping Laboratory
Golby Lab Research Fund
Yanmei Tie, PhD

  Yanmei Tie, PhD
  Assistant Professor in Neurosurgery
  Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

  email: ytie@bwh.harvard.edu

Dr. Tie received her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Louisiana Tech University.  Her research endeavors focus on the development and application of advanced signal and image processing techniques to multiple brain mapping modalities, particularly functional MRI, in order to improve pre-surgical planning for neurosurgical patients.

Select publications

Silva M., See A.P., Essayed W.I., Golby A.J., Tie Y. Challenges and Techniques for Presurgical Brain Mapping with Functional MRI. NeuroImage: Clinical 17 (2018): 794-803.

Geddes M.R., Tie Y., Gabrieli J.D.E., McGinnis S.M., Golby A.J., Whitfield-Gabrieli S. Altered Functional Connectivity in Lesional Peduncular Hallucinosis with REM Sleep Behavior Disorder. Cortex. 2016 Jan;74:96-106.

Tie Y., Rigolo L., Ozdemir Ovalioglu A., Olubiyi O., Doolin K.L., Mukundan S., Golby A.J. A New Paradigm for Individual Subject Language Mapping: Movie-Watching fMRI. J Neuroimaging. 2015 Sep;25(5):710-20.

Chen Z., Tie Y., Olubiyi O., Rigolo L., Mehrtash A., Norton I., Pasternak O., Rathi Y., Golby A.J., O'Donnell L. Reconstruction of the Arcuate Fasciculus for Surgical Planning in the Setting of Peritumoral Edema using Two-tensor Unscented Kalman Filter Tractography. NeuroImage: Clinical 2015 Mar; 7:815-22.

Tie Y., Rigolo L., Norton I.H., Huang R.Y., Wu W., Orringer D., Mukundan S., Golby A.J. Defining Language Networks from Resting-state fMRI for Surgical Planning: A Feasibility Study. Hum Brain Mapp. 2014 Mar;35(3):1018-30.

Tie Y., Suarez R.O., Whalen S., Radmanesh A., Norton I.H., Golby A.J. Comparison of Blocked and Event-related fMRI Designs for Pre-surgical Language Mapping. Neuroimage. 2009 Aug;47 Suppl 2:T107-15.

Tie Y., Whalen S., Suarez R.O., Golby A.J. Group Independent Component Analysis of Language fMRI from Word Generation Tasks. Neuroimage. 2008 Sep 1;42(3):1214-25.