Thesis title: Advanced signal processing and MRI to assess cerebrovascular health in small vessel disease and dementia
I graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in 2019 with a MSc in Physics and biomedical technologies.
I am now a PhD student at the Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences (CCBS).
2019 - MSc in Physics with minor in Biomedical Technologies, EPFL
2017 - BSc in Physics, EPFL
My PhD focuses on cerebrovascular reactivity, which corresponds to the ability of blood vessels to dilate in response to a stimulus such as a hypercapnic challenge. My project aims at improving the processing steps of cerebrovascular reactivity (CVR) data, which is acquired through a hypercapnic-BOLD paradigm. I am interested in investigating the relationship between CVR and small vessel disease features.
As part of my project, I also acquire the CVR data for the Mild Stroke Study 3 (MRC/Fondation Leducq funded study of cerebral small vessel disease).
Current project grants