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Qingfei Luo, PHD

Research Faculty Member in CMRR & DOR

Department of Radiology


Building & Room:

Suite 103, M/C 831


2242 West Harrison Street, Chicago, IL 60612

Office Phone:

(312) 413-7603



Clinical and Academic Interests:

MRI with ultrahigh temporal resolution

Image reconstruction with deep learning

fast fMRI

simultaneous EEG and fMRI

cardiac MRI

diffusion MRI

Selected Publications

  • Dan G, Sun K, Luo Q, Zhou XJ. Time-dependent diffusion MRI using multiple stimulated echoes. Magn Reson Med. 2023;90:910-921.
  • Luo Q, Zhong Z, Sun K, Scotti A, Zhou XJ. Gradient-echo-train-based sub-millisecond periodic event encoded dynamic imaging with random (k, t)-space undersampling: k-t get-SPEEDI. Magn Reson Med. 2022;88:1690-1701.
  • Sun K, Zhong Z, Dan G, Karaman M, Luo Q, Zhou XJ. Three-dimensional reduced field-of-view imaging (3D-rFOVI). Magn Reson Med. 2022;87:2372-2379.
  • Zhong Z, Sun K, Dan G, Luo Q, Zhou XJ. MRI with sub-millisecond temporal resolution over a reduced field of view. Magn Reson Med. 2021;86:3166-3174.
  • Luo Q, Misaki M, Mulyana B, Wong CK, Bodurka J. Improved autoregressive model for correction of noise serial correlation in fast fMRI. Magn Reson Med. 2020;84:1293-1305.
  • Hassanpour MS, Luo Q, Simmons WK, Feinstein JS, Paulus MP, Luh WM, Bodurka J, Khalsa SS. Cardiorespiratory noise correction improves the ASL signal. Hum Brain Mapp. 2018;39:2353-2367.
  • Wong CK, Zotev V, Misaki M, Phillips R, Luo Q, Bodurka J. Automatic EEG-assisted retrospective motion correction for fMRI (aE-REMCOR). Neuroimage. 2016;129:133-147.
  • Luo Q, Huang X, Glover GH. Ballistocardiogram artifact removal with a reference layer and standard EEG cap. J Neurosci Methods. 2014;233:137-149.
  • Luo Q, Glover GH. Influence of dense-array EEG cap on fMRI signal. Magn Reson Med. 2012;68:807-815.
  • Luo Q, Lu H, Lu H, Senseman D, Worsley K, Yang Y, Gao JH. Physiologically evoked neuronal current MRI in a bloodless turtle brain: detectable or not? Neuroimage. 2009;47:1268-1276.


Specialty: Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Fellowship: Postdoctrol Fellow, Stanford University