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When image processing is used to measure the effects of a drug on the brain

Hélène Robak - 27/01/2015

A crucial issue in the search for new treatments for neurodegenerative diseases is to develop biomarkers that can measure their effects on the brain. In clinical tests, image processing software developed by the ARAMIS project team measured the effect of a drug on the volume of the hippocampus from MRI images.


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Computational medicine

Tools for getting more out of brain imaging

Françoise Breton, Technoscope - 28/09/2012

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


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European Research Council 2017

Demian Wassermann : code our current knowledge of the brain

Anne Schneider - 6/09/2017

Associate research professor at the Athena project-team at Inria Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée, Demian Wassermann has just received a prestigious 2017 "Starting Grant" from European Research Council (ERC).Specialist on mathematical and computational modelling of the brain, he is going to pursue his research in the formalisation of current anatomical knowledge into a domain specific language (DSL). Meeting with the new laureate, who tells us about his carreer and projects.


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