Alan Wilman


University of Alberta




[email protected]

Research Keywords

advancing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods, using MRI to measure brain iron

Additional Information

Lab Methodologies
  • Iron (Fe) as biomarker for stroke, MS, ALS, neuropathology, postmortem brains (MRI)


  • 3T MRI
  • 4.7T MRI
  • RF wet lab


Roles and Connections

Primary Role


CAN Connections

Campus Alberta Neuroscience Imaging Consortium, Multiple Sclerosis

Looking For

Accepting graduate students

Most Cited Publications

Wang Y, Spincemaille P, Liu Z, Dimov A, Deh K, Li J, Zhang Y, Yao Y, Gillen KM, Wilman AH, Gupta A, Tsiouris AJ, Kovanlikaya I, Chiang GC, Weinsaft JW, Tanenbaum L, Chen W, Zhu W, Chang S, Lou M, Kopell BH, Kaplitt MG, Devos D, Hirai T, Huang X, Korogi Y, Shtilbans A, Jahng GH, Pelletier D, Gauthier SA, Pitt D, Bush AI, Brittenham GM, Prince MR, "Clinical quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM): Biometal imaging and its emerging roles in patient care." Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI 46,4 (2017 Oct): 951-971
Elkady AM, Cobzas D, Sun H, Blevins G, Wilman AH, "Progressive iron accumulation across multiple sclerosis phenotypes revealed by sparse classification of deep gray matter." Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI 46,5 (2017 Nov): 1464-1473
Elkady AM, Sun H, Wilman AH, "Importance of extended spatial coverage for quantitative susceptibility mapping of iron-rich deep gray matter." Magnetic resonance imaging 34,4 (2016 May): 574-8