Research activity

C. Frindel


I am mainly concerned by modeling of the different brain patterns (neural and venous networks) by mean of computational tools. The objective is to unravel the organisational principles of these brain patterns through modeling, simulation and abstraction.

I specifically focus on two different brain pathologies:

  1. Stroke: How to characterize the rapid loss of brain function(s) due to disturbance in the blood supply to the brain ?

  2. Multiple Sclerosis: Modeling of that evolve in silico to better understand te pathogenesis of MS. Histopathology implicates both demyelination and axonal degeneration as the major contributors to the accumulation of disability.

For each of these systems, we developp models and simulation in order to explore the properties of the different brain patterns in a complex science perspective.

Brain Imaging and Modeling

Brain Imaging,

Diffusion Tensor MRI, Perfusion MRI, Susceptibility Weighted MRI,

Computer Vision, Image and Signal Processing,

Statistical Modeling, Classification.