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Since January 2020, I have been an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM). I am also an associate researcher at the Montreal Heart Institute.

My research interests focus on digital imaging and computer vision. My research interests include light microscopy, neurophotonics, augmented imaging, medical image analysis, and deep learning. My current research projects focus on the multimodal study of white matter fiber crossings in the brain, serial histology, and augmented microscopy. I hold a Discovery Grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) for the period 2020-2025. I am also principal investigator for a team research project of the Nature et technologies du Québec research fund for the period 2020-2023. Finally, I am the recipient of a research fund for a pilot project of the Quebec bio-imaging network (QBIN) for 2020-2021.

Recent activity

  • Research internship : XTract Web Interface
    Intern: Philippe Lemieux Project: Development of web-based search tools to assists in the study of white matter fiber crossings in ex vivo mouse brains. Durée : 16s weeks (2020 summer) Funding: Research Initiation scholarship (from a QBIN Pilot Project grant) Project Summary The Allen Mouse Brain Connectivity Atlas offers data for around 3,000 experiments where […]
  • Call for applications : X-Tract Research Project
    Project: X-TRACT – Multimodal imaging of the geometry of white matter fiber crossings in the brain: Toward the next generation of tractography algorithms. Diffusion MRI (dMRI) has provided a powerful noninvasive neuroimaging tool to investigate white matter (WM) fiber architecture. Combined with tractography algorithms, a structural connectivity map of the brain can be obtained. The […]