You may also find my articles on my Google Scholar profile or my CV.

The list below is compiled from my Google Scholar profile (as of July 11th, 2024) using google-scholar-for-github-pages. Please note that author lists are cut-off after the 10th author due to how Google Scholar exports author lists. Please refer to the Google Scholar links for full citations. If you would like PDFs of any of these papers, please reach out! Works under review or in press may not be reflected on this list - please see my CV for a more comprehensive list.

Submitted Preprints

  1. Sydnor, V., Bagautdinova, J., Larsen, B., Arcaro, M., Barch, D., Bassett, D., Alexander-Bloch, A., Cook, P., Covitz, S., & Franco, A. (2024). A sensorimotor-association axis of thalamocortical connection development. bioRxiv.
  2. Meisler, S., Kubota, E., Grotheer, M., Gabrieli, J., & Grill-Spector, K. (2024). A practical guide for combining functional regions of interest and white matter bundles. PsyArXiv.

Published Articles

  1. Wang, H., Meisler, S., Sharmarke, H., Clarke, N., Gensollen, N., Markiewicz, C., Paugam, F., Thirion, B., & Bellec, P. (2024). Continuous evaluation of denoising strategies in resting-state fMRI connectivity using fMRIPrep and Nilearn. PLOS Computational Biology.
  2. Hur, K., Meisler, S., Yassin, W., Frederick, B., & Kohut, S. (2024). Prefrontal-Limbic Circuitry is Associated with Reward Sensitivity in Nonhuman Primates. Biological Psychiatry.
  3. Decker, A., Meisler, S., Hubbard, N., Bauer, C., Leonard, J., Grotzinger, H., Giebler, M., Torres, Y., Imhof, A., & Romeo, R. (2024). Striatal and Behavioral Responses to Reward Vary by Socioeconomic Status in Adolescents. Journal of Neuroscience.
  4. Poldrack, R., Markiewicz, C., Appelhoff, S., Ashar, Y., Auer, T., Baillet, S., Bansal, S., Beltrachini, L., Benar, C., & Bertazzoli, G. (2024). The past, present, and future of the brain imaging data structure (BIDS). Imaging Neuroscience.
  5. Marks, R., Pollack, C., Meisler, S., D'Mello, A., Centanni, T., Romeo, R., Wade, K., Matejko, A., Ansari, D., & Gabrieli, J. (2024). Neurocognitive mechanisms of co‐occurring math difficulties in dyslexia: Differences in executive function and visuospatial processing. Developmental Science.
  6. Meisler, S., Gabrieli, J., & Christodoulou, J. (2024). White matter microstructural plasticity associated with educational intervention in reading disability. Imaging Neuroscience.
  7. Yu, T., Cai, L., Torrisi, S., Vu, A., Morgan, V., Goodale, S., Ramadass, K., Meisler, S., Lv, J., & Warren, A. (2023). Distortion correction of functional MRI without reverse phase encoding scans or field maps. Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
  8. Zhao, C., Tapera, T., Bagautdinova, J., Bourque, J., Covitz, S., Gur, R., Gur, R., Larsen, B., Mehta, K., & Meisler, S. (2023). ModelArray: an R package for statistical analysis of fixel-wise data. NeuroImage.
  9. D’Mello, A., Frosch, I., Meisler, S., Grotzinger, H., Perrachione, T., & Gabrieli, J. (2023). Diminished repetition suppression reveals selective and systems-level face processing differences in ASD. Journal of Neuroscience.
  10. Meisler, S. & Gabrieli, J. (2022). Fiber-specific structural properties relate to reading skills in children and adolescents. eLife.
  11. Richie-Halford, A., Cieslak, M., Ai, L., Caffarra, S., Covitz, S., Franco, A., Karipidis, I., Kruper, J., Milham, M., & Avelar-Pereira, B. (2022). An analysis-ready and quality controlled resource for pediatric brain white-matter research. Scientific data.
  12. Meisler, S. & Gabrieli, J. (2022). A large-scale investigation of white matter microstructural associations with reading ability. NeuroImage.
  13. Edlow, B., Barra, M., Zhou, D., Foulkes, A., Snider, S., Threlkeld, Z., Chakravarty, S., Kirsch, J., Chan, S., & Meisler, S. (2020). Personalized connectome mapping to guide targeted therapy and promote recovery of consciousness in the intensive care unit. Neurocritical care.
  14. Meisler, S., Kahana, M., & Ezzyat, Y. (2019). Does data cleaning improve brain state classification?. Journal of neuroscience methods.