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2018 GTC San Jose

Alejandro Frangi

Professor / CISTIB Director, CISTIB / The University of Sheffield

Speaker Bio

Prof Frangi is Professor of Biomedical Image Computing at the University of Sheffield (USFD), Sheffield, UK. His main research interests lay at the crossroad of medical image analysis and modeling with emphasis on machine learning (phenomenological models) and computational physiology (mechanistic models). He has particular interest in statistical methods applied to population imaging and in silico clinical trials. His highly interdisciplinary work has been translated to the areas of cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and neuro sciences. Prof Frangi has edited several books, published 7 editorial articles and over 190 journal papers in key international journals of his research field and more than over 200 book chapters and international conference papers with an h-index 51 and ca. 18,300+ citations according to Google-Scholar. Under his leadership, CISTIB develops GIMIAS (www.gimias.org) and MULTIX (www.multi-x.org).

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