Master degree (Diplôme d’ingénieur) at Ecole Centrale de Lyon
Deep generative models for detection of anomalies in the brain.
Neuroimaging offers an unmatched description of the brain’s structure and physiology, however identifying subtle pathological changes simply by looking at images of the brain can be a difficult task. The aim of this PhD project is to develop innovative computational imaging tools to model abnormalities, defined as deviations from normal variability, from multimodal brain imaging. To that purpose, deep generative models will be used to generate pseudo-healthy images from real patients’ images for different modalities. Comparing pseudo-healthy and real images will provide individual maps of abnormalities.