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Inria is organising MICCAI 2012, the 15th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention, which takes place from the 1st to the 5th of October.
We spoke to Prof. Giovanni Frisoni, neurologist at IRCCS Fatebenefratelli in Italy, and Inria researcher Marco Lorenzi, both of whom are presenting a paper about brain image analysis for better diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
- Digital medicine
- Brain image analysis
- Inria research centre - Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
MICCAI is an important event in the field of computer medical imaging, computer-assisted surgery including biomedical imaging and robotics. This year MICAAI 2014 held in Boston from 14 to 18 September and will include many clinicians, biologists, computer scientists, engineers, physicists, and other researchers.
Xavier Pennec, Senior researcher at Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre, has been elected as a Fellow
of the MICCAI scientific society for “pioneering theoretical contributions grounding the field of computational anatomy, shape statistics and medical image computing”. He is the second scientist from Asclepios project-team being honored with this distinction, along with team leader Nicholas Ayache.
MICCAI (Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention) Society Fellowship was started in 2009 to recognize exceptional contributions to Medical Image Computing and/or Computer-assisted Interventions,of senior members to the MICCAI community.
- Centre de recherche Inria - Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
- Imagerie médicale
- Asclepios team
- Xavier Pennec
Award - PhD
The French Society for Biomedical Engineering (SFGBM) has just given its 2016 Thesis Research Award to Matthieu Lê for his thesis written under the direction of Nicholas Ayache and Hervé Delingette of the Asclepios team at Inria's Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée research centre.
- Nicholas Ayache
- Inria - Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée research centre
- Medical images
- Xavier Pennec
- Hervé Delingette
Brain imaging has made a great deal of progress in recent years, providing more and more data and with an increasingly high level of quality. Developing reliable, high-performance tools to improve the use of these images is now vital. Inria has an important role to play in this respect. The Parietal team is presenting four articles on this subject at MICCAI 2012, as well as contributing to four specialist workshops and running a demonstration at the Inria stand.
Bertrand Thirion, Parietal team leader, Inria Saclay–Île-de-France
- Bertrand Thirion
- Scikit learn
- Saclay - Île-de-France
- Brain imaging
- Images analysis
Medical imaging, scans and MRIs provide a lot of data, but identifying the development of an illness or detecting a slow-growing tumour is no easy task. The Galen team is developing algorithms designed to help doctors identify these changes as early as possible. The team's work focuses essentially on methodology and has been successfully applied in a number of contexts, as demonstrated by the significant contribution of its researchers to MICCAI’2012 and previous symposia.
Nikos Paragios, Galen team leader, Inria Saclay–Île-de-France research centre
- Medical imaging
- Nikos Paragios
- Interpretation of images