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inHEART, using 3D for better and more reliable cardiac procedures


inHEART is a start-up project created by Inria Sophia Antipolis- Méditerranée, the University Hospital Centre in Bordeaux and the University of Bordeaux via the Liryc University Hospital Institute. Its aim is to build on several years of top quality research and development in the field of computer-guided procedures for cardiac rhythm disorders using 3D medical imagery.


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Prix L'Oréal - Unesco

Nina Miolane Awarded For Women in Science Fellowship

Anne Schneider - 4/11/2016

PhD candidate Nina Miolane, a member of the ASCLEPIOS project-team at the Inria Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée research centre, is one of thirty promising young researchers to be recognised by UNESCO and the L’Oréal Corporate Foundation. She has been awarded a Fellowship for her virtual patient research in the category “Exploring the brain, a new world to conquer”.


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Award - PhD

Matthieu Lê wins the 2016 GBM Thesis Award for his research with the Asclepios team

Anne Schneider - 26/04/2017

The French Society for Biomedical Engineering (SFGBM) has just given its 2016 Thesis Research Award to Matthieu Lê for his thesis written under the direction of Nicholas Ayache and Hervé Delingette of the Asclepios team at Inria's Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée research centre.


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Specif prize

Specif prize

Françoise Monfort - Technoscope - 31/01/2011

On 3 February 2011, in Grenoble, three young researchers will be honoured. During a joint ceremony with the French Academy of Sciences, they will officially receive the 2010 Gilles Kahn PhD prize awarded by SPECIF (the association of computer science teaching and research staff in France). The winner of the first prize, Xavier Allamigeon, has just been recruited into the MAXPLUS team at Inria Saclay - Île-de-France. The two second prize winners, Sébastien Bubeck and Stanley Durrleman, studied for their PhDs in one of the Institute's project teams before continuing post-doctoral research abroad. Spotlight on these three bright new stars from 2010.


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Chloé Audigier received the Outstanding Paper Award at [ABDI-2014]


Chloé Audigier from Inria Asclepios team received the Outstanding Paper Award for the below paper at the 6th International Workshop on Abdominal Imaging: Computational and Clinical Applications, held in conjunction with MICCAI 2014 on September 14, 2014, Boston, MA, USA.

Paper : 
Parameter Estimation for Personalization of Liver Tumor Radiofrequency Ablation
C. Audigier, T Mansi, H. Delingette, S. Rapaka, V. Mihalef, D. Carnegie, E. Boctor, M. Choti, A. Kamen, D. Comaniciu, and N. Ayache


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Portrait de Nicholas Ayache © INRIA / Photo C. Lebedinsky

Lecture to the Royal Society

Computational Medical Imaging: towards a Virtual Physiological Patient

Rose-Marie Cornus - 18/10/2010

Nicholas Ayache, research director at Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée, will give a lecture to the Royal Society on 4 November on the topic: "Computational Medical Imaging: towards a Virtual Physiological Patient".

Nicholas Ayache was awarded the 2008 Microsoft Prize by the Royal Society and the Academy of Sciences.


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Longitudinal atrophy flow in Alzheimer's disease

Digital medicine

Neuroimaging and computing for better diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease

Bel Dumé, Technoscope - 27/09/2012

Inria is organising MICCAI 2012, the 15th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention, which takes place from the 1st to the 5th of October.

We spoke to Prof. Giovanni Frisoni, neurologist at IRCCS Fatebenefratelli in Italy, and Inria researcher Marco Lorenzi, both of whom are presenting a paper about brain image analysis for better diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.


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