Andrea Horvath

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Andrea Horvath, MD, PhD

Biography: Dr. Horvath received her MD and PhD degrees from University of Pécs, Hungary. Her research was focused on quantitative imaging of brain tumor patients with the aim of revealing the cause of abnormal diffusion in the normal appearing white matter of glioma patients with bi-exponential diffusion imaging. Dr. Horvath previously worked at Oregon Health and Science University within the Blood Brain Barrier Program assessing the application of ferumoxytol imaging in gliomas. Outside of the lab she enjoys hiking, running and playing the flute.

Expertise

  • Perfusion MRI (dynamic susceptibility contrast perfusion MRI)
  • Diffusion MRI (mono- and biexponential diffusion)
  • Ferumoxytol imaging (structural scans and steady state CBV mapping)
  • Advanced neuroimaging of brain tumor patients for surgical planning (Functional MRI, 1H-MR spectroscopy, diffusion tensor imaging)
  • Image processing 
  • MRI Image Analysis Software (FMRIb's Software Library (FSL),Freesurfer, 3D Slicer, NordicICE) 

Key publications

Horvath A, Perlaki G, Toth A, Orsi G, Nagy S, Doczi T, Horvath Z, Bogner P. Biexponential diffusion alterations in the normal appearing white matter of glioma patients might indicate the presence of global vasogenic edema. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2016, Sep;44(3):633-41.

Horvath A, Perlaki G, Toth A, Orsi G, Nagy S, Doczi T,Horvath Z, Bogner P. Increased diffusion in the normal appearing white matter of brain tumor patients: is this just tumor infiltration? Journal ofneuro-oncology 2016 Mar;127(1):83-90

Toth GB, Varallyay CG, Horvath A, Bashir MR, Choyke PL,Daldrup-Link HE, Dosa E, Finn JP, Gahramanov S, Harisinghani M, Macdougall I,Neuwelt A, Vasanawala SS, Ambady P, Barajas R, Cetas JS, Ciporen J, DeLougheryTJ, Doolittle ND, Fu R, Grinstead J, Guimaraes AR, Hamilton BE, Li X, McConnell HL, Muldoon LL, Nesbit G, Netto JP, Petterson D, Rooney WD, Schwartz D,Szidonya L, Neuwelt EA. Current and potentialimaging applications of ferumoxytol for magnetic resonance imaging. KidneyInt. 2017 Jul;92(1):47-66.