Philippe GARTEISER PhD Bioengineering, Dpl Ingé Génie Biologique

Course and current status

Since 2014: Chargé de Recherche Classe Normale Inserm, Centre de Recherche sur l'Inflammation, Inserm U1149

2010-2014: Post-doc, Centre de Recherce Biomédicale Bichat Beaujon

2007-2010: Post-Doc, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation

2003-2007: PhD, Bioengineering, University of Oklahoma

2000-2003: Dpl Ingé Génie Biologique, Polytech' Clermont-Ferrand

Scientific summary

My research focuses on medical imaging of abdominal diseases (from inflammation to cancer, mainly in the liver and pancreas). Magnetic resonance imaging is the main modality, spanning small animal systems and clinical scanners, with hybrid imaging (MR-US and MR-PET) as perspective. My biophysical focus is on mechanical properties (using magnetic resonance elastography) and the diffusion coefficient at multiple scales. In terms of applications, the data is important, in terms of novel statistical methods and more generally in terms of informatic infrastructure for the storage and reuseability of large imaging datasets.

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