[visionlist] Postdoctoral position available in medical image analysis, University of Strasbourg, France

francois rousseau rousseau at unistra.fr
Wed Sep 8 07:13:12 GMT 2010


POSTDOCTORAL SCHOLAR POSITION
IN MR BRAIN IMAGING
LSIIT, Strasbourg, France

Grant : ERC Starting Grant _http://erc.europa.eu <http://erc.europa.eu/>_
Lab : LSIIT, Strasbourg, FRANCE _http://lsiit-miv.u-strasbg.fr/miv_


Temporal Analysis of in Utero Fetal Brain Images

In this project, we focus on exploring fetal brain maturation and more 
particularly brain morphology evolution and degree of myelination 
changes using anatomical MRI (T2-weighted images) and Diffusion Tensor 
Imaging (DTI). The goal is to develop realistic models of fetal brain 
maturation from MRI in utero data. An elegant solution to build these 
models is to rely on statistical atlases generated from relevant 
features extracted from multimodal MR data. Statistical brain atlases 
provide a representation of average anatomy and a range of anatomical 
variation within a particular population. Such atlases are of great 
interest for the medical community since it describes normal anatomy in 
a compact form and it can be easily usable for medical studies. To 
achieve this goal, the atlas building has to capture mean shapes and 
normal variability of fetal anatomy.

Profiles

The candidate should be familiar with image processing and applied math.
The candidate must also have excellent knowledge of C++ and should be 
fluent in English.


Application

Please send a CV, a brief research statement to _rousseau at unistra.fr 
<mailto:rousseau at unistra.fr>_

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Francois Rousseau
LSIIT UMR 7005
Pôle API
Boulevard Sébastien Brant
F-67400 ILLKIRCH
tel : +33 3 68 85 44 89 (LSIIT)
tel : +33 3 68 85 40 45 (LINC)
http://lsiit-miv.u-strasbg.fr/miv/fiche.php?id=19
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