I completed my PhD in Applied Mathematics in December 2023! I was supervised by Stéphanie Allassonnière and Erwan Le Pennec in the HeKA Team. I am currently pursuing my PhD work with a 6 month postdoctoral position in the same lab.

I work at the interface between neuroscience and mathematics. More specifically, I focus on developing and adapting shape analysis tools to the quantitative analysis of fetal brain images. My goal is to provide precise depiction of healthy brain growth and neurodevelopmental anomalies in order to refine disease diagnosis, predict neurological impairments and improve patients follow-up.

My research topics include:

  • Riemanian Geometry
  • Image registration and atlas estimation
  • Fetal MRI analysis.

Past and present research projects:

Analysis of EEG data to investigate cortico-cerebellar dynamics during social interaction in Autism Spectrum Disorder - internship supervised by Guillaume Dumas  
Shape analysis pipeline for fetal brain MRIs
Characterization of fetal brains with Corpus Callosum Agenesis - collaboration with Hôpital Trousseau
Multiscale registration and atlas estimation  
Characterization of healthy developmental brain trajectories - collaboration with Hôpital Necker and Institut Lumière