Sep 27

Dr Hamed Rabiei !

Congratulations to Hamed who successfully defended his PhD on September 26, 2017. « Spectral analysis of the cerebral cortex complexity« .


Sep 12

We are looking for interns

We are looking for interns for the academic year 2017-2018. See the Job Offers page. The list will increase soon.

Sep 07

MarsAtlas is now part of the IntrAnat Electrodes software

MarsAtlas is part of the IntrAnat Electrodes software developed by Olivier David’s team. It is the anatomical parcellation used for localizing intra-cranial electrodes in epileptic patients, and it is the anatomical reference for the F-Tract probabilistic functional connectivity atlas built from 174 patients.

Go and read about this very interesting project on the Functional Brain Tractography Project website.

Juil 25

New paper in Brain, Structure and Function

Congratulations to Clémentine, who just got a paper accepted in Brain, Structure and Function: Anatomo-Functional Correspondence in the Superior Temporal Sulcus. See the publications section.

Juil 16

New paper in Neuroimage: Clinical

We have a new paper out in Neuroimage: Clinical, presenting  a meta-analysis of DTI in Parkinson’s disease. This is the result of a collaboration with Cyril Atkinson-Clement and Serge Pinto, from the Laboratoire Parole et Language, and Alexandre Eusebio from INT. See the Publications section.

Mai 09

New paper in Cerebral Cortex

A new paper about the heritability of sulcal pits has been published in Cerebral Cortex. It is the result of a collaboration with Y. Le Guen and V. Frouin, from the CEA/Neurospin Center. Check outr the Publications section.

Avr 05

We are looking for a PhD student

We are looking for a PhD student in the field of computational brain growth modeling. You can contact Julien Lefèvre ( to know more, and download the full job description.

Avr 04

BrainVisa tutorials

We just made available three pdf brainvisa tutorials to help with BrainVisa and the Cortical Surface toolbox. Check out the tutorial page.

Mar 30

Julien’s HDR

Julien Lefèvre brilliantly defended his ‘Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches’ on Thursday, March 30. Congratulations !

Fév 04

New paper in Journal of Neuroscience

A new paper has been accepted in Journal of Neuroscience, from our long-lasting collaboration with Bill Hopkins. The paper establish a difference in depth within the central sulcus between chimpanzees that are able to produce attention getting (AG) sounds and those which cannot produce such sounds. An heritability study shows that such difference is the result of cortical reorganization when learning to produce AG sounds. See the publications section.

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