I was Ph.D. student at the Toulouse Fluid Mechanics Institute (IMFT,Toulouse) between September 2003 and April 2007. My Ph.D. work was advised by Franck Plouraboué and was integrated in a project involving researchers from the Brain and Cognition Research Center (CerCo, Toulouse), the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF, Grenoble), the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control (INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis), and the University Paris 1 (Sorbonne, Paris). My goal was to describe the spatial and topological structure of intra-cortical microvascular network using very high resolution tomographic images.
Since May 2007, I hold a postdoctoral position with Neurospin, French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA, Saclay) in the Computer-assisted neuroimaging laboratory (LNAO). My work is advised by Philippe Ciuciu. My scientific interests are devoted to the comprehension of diffusion-weigthed functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (dw. fMRI). I am in particular involved in the development of new statistical analysis methods for fMRI image sequence analysis