Antonio Moreno

Antonio Moreno
French Institute of Health and Medical Research | Inserm · Unit of Cognitive Neuroimaging

PhD

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March 2007 - April 2017
French Institute of Health and Medical Research
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  • Engineer
April 2002 - March 2007
Télécom ParisTech
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  • PhD Student

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Recent developments in brain imagery have made it possible to explore links between brain functions and psychological phenomena, opening a window between mind, brain and behavior. However, behavior cannot be understood solely by looking at the brain alone; the roles of the context, task, and practice are potent forces in shaping behavior. According...
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Neuroscience, psychology, and education are disciplines with different philosophies and methods. Although an interdisciplinary approach is an opportunity to explore the educational implications of neuropsychological research, a good model for this dialogue does not exist yet. To promote the integration of these disciplines, which investigate human...
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Recent advances have been made in the genetics of two human communication skills: speaking and reading. Mutations of the FOXP2 gene cause a severe form of language impairment and orofacial dyspraxia, while single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) located within a KIAA0319/TTRAP/THEM2 gene cluster and affecting the KIAA0319 gene expression are associa...
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Diagnosis and therapy planning in oncology applications often rely on the joint exploitation of two complementary imaging modalities, namely Computerized Tomography (CT) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET). While recent technical advances in combined CT/PET scanners enable 3D CT and PET data of the thoracic region to be obtained with the patient...
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Segmenting the heart in medical images is a challenging and important task for many applications. In particular, segmenting the heart in CT images is very useful for cardiology and oncological applications such as radiotherapy. Although the majority of methods in the literature are designed for ventricle segmentation, there is a real interest in se...
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Nous nous plaçons dans le cadre du recalage 3D entre images tomodensitométriques (TDM), acquises à deux instants du cycle respiratoire, et images de tomographie par émission de positons (TEP), en imagerie thoracique. Pour garantir des déformations physiologiquement réalistes, nous proposons une nouvelle approche qui permet d'introduire un modèle de...
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In the context of thoracic CT-PET volume registration, we present a novel method to incorporate a breathing model in a non-linear registration procedure, guaranteeing physiologically plausible deforma- tions. The approach also accounts for the rigid motions of lung tumors during breathing. We performed a set of registration experiments on one healt...
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The main topic of this PhD thesis is to combine the information coming from PET (Positron Emission Tomography) and CT (Computed Tomography) images to locate, with a good quality and in a robust way, the tumors placed in the thoracic regions. For this, a priori information about the anatomy and the spatial organization of the organs inside the body...
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This paper deals with the problem of non-linear landmark-based registration of CT (at two different instants of the breathing cycle, intermediate expirations) and PET images of thoracic regions. We propose a general method to introduce a breathing model in a registration procedure in order to simulate the instant in the breathing cycle most similar...
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The aim of this paper is to develop a registration methodology in order to combine anatomical and functional information provided by thoracic/abdominal computed tomography (CT) and whole-body positron emission tomography (PET) images. The proposed procedure is based on the incorporation of prior anatomical information in an intensity-based nonrigid...
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In the context of thoracic CT-PET volume registration, we present a novel method to incorporate a breathing model in a non-linear registration procedure, guaranteeing physiologically plausible deformations. The approach also accounts for the rigid motions of lung tumors during breathing. We performed a set of registration experiments on one healthy...
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This paper deals with the problem of non linear image registration is the case the images include objects undergoing different types of deformation. As an illustrative application, we consider the registration of CT and PET images of thoracic and abdominal regions. Registration of these two modalities has to cope with deformations of the lungs duri...
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Registration of CT and PET thoracic images has to cope with deformations of the lungs during breathing. Possible tumors in the lungs usually do not follow the same deformations, and this should be taken into account in the registration procedure. We show in this paper how to introduce tumor-based constraints into a non-linear registration of thorac...
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Segmenting the heart in medical im-ages is a challenging and important task for many applications. Most heart segmentation methods pro-posed in the literature deal with car-diac internal structures, but there is a real interest in segmenting the heart as a whole. In this paper, we address this problem and pro-pose an automatic method, based on the...
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This paper deals with the problem of D registration of Computed Tomography (CT) images (at two different ins- tants of the breathing cycle) and Positon Emission Tomo- graphy (PET) images of thoracic regions. In order to gua- rantee physiologically plausible deformations, we presen t a novel method to incorporate a breathing model in a non- linear r...

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