UT3 Lecturer, CerCo (CNRS-UT3)
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I am an Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics at the University of Toulouse 3 and a member of the CerCo in the IMPEC team (Images et Modèles pour l’Exploration du Cerveau). I obtained a PhD in Signal Processing and Telecommunications at the University of Rennes 1, in the Signal and Image Processing Laboratory (INSERM UMR 1099) under the direction of Johanne Bezy-Wendling and Mireille Garreau. I did a postdoc in Dan Beard’s lab, in the Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin, USA, where I pursued my research on computational modeling of biological systems with an emphasis on the cardiovascular system. I joined the CerCo in 2012 where I now focus my research on neuroimaging and modeling of flow processes in the brain, with a particular interest in mechanisms involved in aging and neurodegenerative diseases.