The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) is the primary international organization dedicated to using neuroimaging to discover the organization of the human brain. The organization was created in 1995 and has since evolved in response to the explosion in the field of human functional neuroimaging and its movement into the scientific mainstream. One of the primary functions of the organization is to provide a rich educational forum for the exchange of state-of-the-art and groundbreaking research across modalities exploring brain form and function. The OHBM annual conference has been held this year in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The Aramis Lab has massively participated with 14 posters and a seminary talk of our team leader Olivier during the full-day course “Pattern Recognition for NeuroImaging”.
- A. Bertrand, D. Hoang, A. Petiet, B. Delatour, V. Sazdovitch, D. Gay, C. Duyckaerts, Y. Wadghiri – Direct micro-MRI of brain histological sections at 11.7T using a new dedicated coil
- M. Chupin, J. Germain, L. Marrakchi-Kacem, E. Gerardin, C. Boutet, C. Cury, A. Vignaud, L. Hertz-Pannier, S. Lehericy, S. Epelbaum, P.-F. Van De Moortele, D. Hasboun, O. Colliot – Segmentation of hippocampal inner structure using 7T in-vivo MRI: a robust anatomical protocol
- C. Cury, J. A. Glaunes, R. Toro, G. Shumann, V. Frouin, O. Colliot and The consortium IMAGEN – Statistical shape analysis of large datasets using diffeomorphic iterative centroids
- C. Cury, R. Toro, F. Cohen, A. Mhaya, D. Hasboun, G. Shumann, V. Frouin, J. A. Glaunes, O. Colliot and The consortium IMAGEN – Characterization of Incomplete Hippocampal Inversions in a large dataset of young healthy subjects
- V. Dinkelacker, R. Valabrègue, L. Thivard, S. Lehéricy, M. Baulac, S. Samson and S. Dupont – Enhanced dysfunctional wiring between the hippocampus and the thalamus in medial temporal lobe epilepsy
- L. Fillon, O. Colliot, D. Hasboun, B. Dubois, D. Dormont, L. Lemieux and Marie Chupin – Multi-template approaches for segmenting the hippocampus: the case of the SACHA software
- E. Gerardin, J. A. Glaunès, M. Chupin, A. B. Graciano-Fouquier, K. Roussel, S. Durrleman, T. R. Henry, P. van de Moortele, A. Trouvé and Olivier Colliot – Measuring the thickness of the hippocampal pyramidal layer using in vivo 7T MRI
- P. Gori, O. Colliot, L. Marrakchi-Kacem, Y. Worbe, A. Routier, C. Poupon, A. Hartmann, N. Ayache and S. Durrleman – Unified analysis of shape and structural connectivity of neural pathways
- A. B. Graciano Fouqier, E. Bardinet, M.-L. Welter, C. Karachi, J. Yelnik, S. Fernandez Vidal and S. Durrleman – Assessment of an iconic-geometric nonlinear registration method for deep brain stimulation (DBS) planning
- B. Gris, S. Durrleman and A. Trouvé – A modular multi-scale model to build atlases of shapes with large deformations
- T. Kaaouana, A. Bertrand, B. Law-ye, N. Pyatigorskaya, A. Bouyahia, N. Thiery, C. Dufouil, C. Delmaire, D. Dormont, L. de Rochefort and M. Chupin – How does T2*-phase-contrast improve brain microbleeds discrimination in clinical setting?
- L. Marrakchi-Kacem, A. Vignaud, J. Sein, J. Germain, S. Epelbaum, T. Henry, C. Poupon, L. Hertz-Pannier, S. Lehéricy, O. Colliot, P. Van de Moortele, M. Chupin – Imaging of hippocampal inner structure at 7T: robust in-vivo acquisition protocol
- A. Routier, M. Prastawa, B. Charlier, C. Doucet, J. A. Glaunès and S. Durrleman – Deformetrica: a software for statistical analysis of anatomical shapes
- J.B. Schiratti, S. Allassonnière, A. Routier, O. Colliot and S. Durrleman – Estimating profiles of disease progression using mixed-effects models with time reparametrization