I joined the Translational Imaging Group at UCL in May 2015 where I am currently carrying out research about the anatomical variability of different structures of interest involved in the Fronto-Temporal Dementia within the GENetic Frontotemporal Initiative (GENFI).
Before that I studied image processing at University Pierre et Marie Curie. Then I defended my PhD in 2015, in the ARAMIS lab at the ICM in Paris under the supervision of Olivier Colliot and Joan Glaunés. During my PhD, I developed a method for template-based shape analysis based of the Large Diffeomorphic Deformations Metric Mapping (LDDMM) and I studied an atypical anatomical variant of the human hippocampus named Incomplete Hippocampal Inversion (or malrotation).
Most relevent publication:
Claire Cury, Roberto Toro, Fanny Cohen, Clara Fischer, Amel Mhaya, Jorge Samper-González, Dominique Hasboun, Jean-François Mangin, ..., Vincent Frouin, Gunter Schumann, Joan A Glaunès, Olivier Colliot, IMAGEN Consortium - Frontiers in Neuroanatomy, 2015