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MUST Research Project Sport & Health Imaging Research

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Professor of Radiology, Head of the Department of Radiology at the University Hospital Saint-Étienne and Deputy Director of the Laboratory CREATIS (CNRS5220 and INSERM U1044, INSA, Lyon 1 University).
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Doctor in Science, specializing in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Physics, Researcher at CREATIS.
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Gregoire MILLET
Professor of exercise physiology and Director of the Institute of Sport Sciences of the University of Lausanne (ISSUL).

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Guillaume MILLET

Professor of Exercise Physiology at the University of Calgary, Canada.
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Doctor in intensive care unit (ICU) at the University Hospital of St Etienne.
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Olivier BEUF

Research Director at CNRS and head of the team "NMR and optical: methods and systems" CREATIS Laboratory (CNRS UMR 5220, INSERM U1044, INSA-Lyon, Université Lyon 1).
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Researcher at CNRS and Deputy Head of the team "NMR and optical: Methods and systems" CREATIS Laboratory (CNRS UMR 5220, INSERM U1044, INSA-Lyon, Université Lyon 1).
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PolyTech Lyon engineer, specialized in Biomedical Engineering with a Master in Health Engineering, he is currently performing his PhD in Creatis laboratory with a joined support from the french government and SIEMENS Healthcare.

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Event Manager
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  1. Pierre Croisille has been involved in various European and international projects in cardiac MR imaging. He has now more than 20 years of experience in the field of cardiac MRI, and he is currently coordinating different advanced projects on heart diffusion like the "Must project" and is actively promoting the transfer of basic knowledge toward clinical needs.
    He is author and co-author of over 90 publications focused on methodological, clinical and experimental applications of cardiac imaging.

  2. Magalie Viallon worked for 5 years at Siemens HealthCare as an advanced physicist. She brings to the "Must project" a 15 years experience in the field of functional MRI. She is responsible for methodological development and technology that will be implemented for the project.
    She is co-author of over 55 articles targeting different applications of MRI.
    Since 2006, she is responsible for the technical, methodological and scientific coordination of the MRI platform radiology department of the University Hospital of Geneva.

  3. He is the author of several books on conditioning, endurance and altitude training, he (co-)authored 144 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals, 40 book chapters and serves in the editorial board of several journals. He has been elite triathlete (French Champion) and coach (3 x Olympics). At the age of 50, he finished 2nd in the “Tor des Geants” considered as the most demanding mountainous extreme-trail in the world.
  4. Ultra-trail runner himself, three times finalist in the top 6 at UTMB ®, 3rd at "Tor des Géants" and twice winner of the Raid Lace Ventoux. He has published four books including the latest 'Ultra-trail, pleasure, performance and health" sold over 5,000 copies in one year. He is the author of over 100 scientific publications and 60 vulgarisation paper. He regularly gives lectures on fatigue, health or training in endurance sports in France and abroad. He is also a consultant for OEMs (original equipments manufacturers), major extreme trail events, the Italian Athletics Federation and organized the Ultra-Techni-Trail Tiranges for 10 years.

  5. Ultra runners-trails (UTMB finisher, Tor Giant ...), he was both co-investigators and volunteers for the two major studies of 2009 and 2012 led by our team of UTMB. Co-author of several scientific and general-public on ultra-endurance articles, he specializes in the study of biological effects of these extreme efforts. Beyond his scientific research, he regularly gives public lectures to inform riders of the risks of these races and the dangers of self-medication.

  6. Olivier Beuf 's research focuses on instrumental and methodological developments to improve MR imaging quality (spatial and temporal resolution, contrast) for a better estimation of parameters of interest, mainly in the digestive and muskulo-skeletal areas, multimodal optic and MRI techniques. The "Must project", will transfer advanced existing methodology developed by Dr Beuf to derive functional or metabolic information. He is co-author of more than 55 international publications in the field of MRI.

  7. Hélène Ratiney research activities is devoted to the development of acquisition and signal processing methods for quantitative NMR spectroscopy in vivo, with main applications in the brain and the digestive system. Quantification of signals NMR spectroscopy, her field of expertise, provide a unique and complementary biochemical information to MRI. Under the "Must project", she contributes with the implementation and the evaluation of spectroscopic methods for metabolic exploration.

  8. Marie Croisille was graduated from EFAP School of Communication ((Ecole de des métiers de la communication) in 2013. After several experiences in the the most famous sport event companies (Canal+ Events, A.S.O), she decided to get specialized with a Master of Business Sport at AMOS Lille. Today, she is the Event Manager of the MUST project.