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From 8/29/2019 to 8/29/2019
Pr Els Fieremans from New-York University will give a talk at NeuroSpin on August 29th.
She's an expert of microstructural models based on diffusion MRI to decode brain cellular organizations.
Diffusion MRI is a very powerful tool to probe tissue microstructure in vivo. In my talk, I will show how information about the microstructure can be gleaned by varying both the diffusion gradient q and diffusion time t. While both q and t are collectively grouped together as the diffusion weighting or b-value, I will explore both avenues here separately to illustrate their different specific sensitivities. Overall q-t diffusion MRI may enable a novel kind of structural contrast at the micrometer scale, and open up exciting possibilities of monitoring subtle structural changes within neuronal tracts in disease, aging, and development.
11.00 - 12.00
Colloquium | Agenda |
Crédit Agricole Massy-Palaiseau - 44 bis rue de la Division Leclerc - Massy
On November 17, 2020, the Life Sciences Division (SDV Paris-Saclay) invites you to its second edition of Meet My Platform | Université Paris-Saclay, co-organized with Genopole®. Two researchers working at the Institute, Jean-François Mangin (NeuroSpin) and Etienne Thevenot (DMTS), will be among the speakers at the plenary session "Genomics, post-genomics; what progress for tomorrow?"
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.