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Professor Maxime Descoteaux

Université de Sherbrooke, Department of Computer Science

Research interests: Diffusion MRI acquisition, processing and visualization to infer white-matter connectivity in the human brain - [website]

Dr. Descoteaux is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Sherbrooke University and is a member of the Centre de Recherche Clinique Étienne-Le Bel. His techniques are applied in neurosurgical planning and neuroimaging studies of the aging white matter with collaborators at the CHUS (Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Sherbrooke). He has obtained several grants as principal investigator (NSERC, MDEIE, CFI). He has published numerous peer- reviewed journal articles and has received several prizes for his research. These include the “Chercheur Étoile” (CREPUQ 2010), being named the best researcher in 2010 at Sherbrooke University, a Discovery of the year Quebec Science award in 2009, the Herbsmann Prize at the prestigious IPMI conference in 2010, and an award for the best PhD thesis in information technology in France in 2008.

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