Jack Rutland

Jack Rutland graduated from Wake Forest University in 2016 where he earned his BA. He then moved to New York City to join Dr. Priti Balchandani’s Field Field Neuroimaging laboratory in the Translational and Molecular Imaging Institute at Mount Sinai Hospital. Jack’s research focuses on advanced imaging biomarkers of certain neurological diseases such as epilepsy and major depressive disorder. Jack will matriculate at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in August of 2018 and will continue to work in Dr. Balchandani’s lab during medical school.   

Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Rebecca E Feldman PhD, Jack Rutland, Madeline C Fields MD, Lara V Marcuse MD, Puneet S Pawha MD, Bradley N Delman MD, Priti Balchandani PhD. Quantification of Perivascular Spaces at 7 Tesla: A Potential MRI Biomarker for Epilepsy. Seizure: The European Journal of Epilepsy. 2017

 

Conference Abstracts and Presentations

  1. Jack W Rutland, Rebecca E Feldman, Lara V Marcuse, Madeline C Fields, Bradley N Delman, Prantik Kundu  and Priti Balchandani. “Automated Segmentation and Volumetric Analysis of the Amygdala Nuclei in Epilepsy Patients at 7 Tesla.” International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 2018.

  2. Jack W Rutland, Prantik Kundu, Patrick R Hof, James W Murrough, and Priti Balchandani. “Hippocampal-subfield Specific Connectivity Alterations in Major Depressive Disorder Patients at 7 Tesla.”  International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Paris. 2018.

  3. Jack W Rutland, Rebecca E Feldman Lara V Marcuse, Madeline C Fields, Bradley N Delman, Prantik Kundu, Patrick R Hof, and Priti Balchandani. “Hippocampal Subfield-specific Tractography in Epilepsy Patients at 7 Tesla.”  International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Paris. 2018.

  4. Jack W Rutland, Rebecca E Feldman, Lara V Marcuse, Madeline C Fields, Bradley N Delman, Rafael O’Halloran, and Priti Balchandani. “U-fiber, Long-range, and Inter-limbic Tractography Comparison in Epilepsy Patients at 7 Tesla.”  International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Paris. 2018.

  5. Rutland, J., Murrough., J., O’Halloran, R., Balchandani, B. “Fronto-limbic connectivity alterations in patients with major depressive disorder.” Society for Neuroscience, Washington D.C. November 2017

  6. Rutland, J., Feldman R., Marcuse, M., Fields, L., Delman, B., Balchandani, P. , O’Halloran, R. “Hyper-connectivity of the Seizure Onset Zone: A Potential Epilepsy Biomarker at 7T.” 7th Annual TMII Symposium, April 2017

  7. Rutland, J., Feldman, R., Marcuse, M., Fields, L., Delman, B., Balchandani, P. , O’Halloran, R. “Hyper-connectivity of the Seizure Onset Zone: A Potential Epilepsy Biomarker at 7T.” ISMRM 25th Scientific Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii. April 2017; #6577

  8. Feldman, R, Rutland J, Yoo J, Fields MC, Marcuse LV, Delman BN, Balchandani P. “Perivascular Space Analysis in Non-lesional Epilepsy: Exploring a Biomarker for Epilepsy”. Proceedings of the ISMRM 24th Scientific Meeting, Singapore. 2016 #770

  9. Rutland J, Delman B, Balchandani P, Marcuse L, Fields M, Feldman R. “Quantitative Perivascular Space Analysis at 7T: Exploring a Potential Biomarker for Epilepsy”. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Neuroradiology, 2016 #eP-70

  10. Rutland J, Marcuse L, Fields M, Delman B, Balchandani P, Feldman R. “Quantitative Perivascular Space Analysis at 7T: Exploring a Potential  Biomarker for Epilepsy”. 3rd Symposium of the New York Metro Imaging Research Consortium Orangeburg, New York, USA. November 2015

  11. Hadrien Dyvorne, Jack Rutland, O’Halloran R, Balchandani P. “Diffusion-Weighted Matched-phase Adiabatic Spin Echo (DW-MASE) Sequence for Ultrahigh Field Brain Diffusion-Weighted Imaging“5th 5th Annual TMII Symposium 2015