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Christian Barillot, head of the Visages research team Christian Barillot, head of the Visages joint project team


A cloud for medical imaging

Jean-Michel Prima - 19/02/2013

On 16 October 2012, the B-com Institute for Technological Research (IRT) signed a funding agreement with the French National Research Agency (ANR). Based in Rennes, with secondary sites in Brest and Lannion, B-com is the fourth French IRT to be created.


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C.Barilllot et  J.Guillaumont équipe  Visages Christian Barillot et Justine Guillaumont, de l'équipe Visages


A Neuroimaging Platform for Multiple Sclerosis Research

Jean-Michel Prima - 27/05/2014

Shanoir is an open source neuroimaging platform meant to facilitate the exploitation of medical data. Created by Visages, an Inria research team in Rennes, France, this server now hosts the data collected by hospitals affiliated with OFSEP, the French Observatory of Multiple Sclerosis, a body funded by the Government with mission of assembling a nationwide MS study cohort.


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Research - Modelling - Images

Cro-Magnon vs Modern Man

Nathalie Lacaux - 26/01/2011

A multidisciplined team comprised of researchers from Inria, the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the French National Museum of Natural History has unveiled for the first time a study on changes in the brain during the evolution of our species, Homo sapiens, over the last 30,000 years.


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Plateforme Neurinfo à Rennes

Recherche - Collaboration

NeurInfo Platform: Advanced MRI for Research and Clinic

Nathalie LACAUX (*) - 14/03/2019

The Neurinfo platform focuses on the field of in vivo human imaging and neuroinformatics, particularly in the case of diseases of the nervous system. It is open to a broad community of medical and scientific users at the regional, national and international levels.
In late 2018, Neurinfo was equipped with a new Magnetic Resonance Imager (MRI), which now enables it to acquire more data in less time and to observe human tissue in more detail.


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