Stanley Durrleman

Principal Investigator, INRIA/ICM AramisLab, Brain and Spine Institute (ICM)

Stanley Durrleman is principal investigator in the INRIA/ICM AramisLab at the Brain and Spine Institute (ICM) in Paris, scientific head of the bioinformatics and biostatistics platform and coordinator of the neuroinformatics program of the ICM. His research consists in developing new computational and statistical models to build digital models of the brain via the automatic exploitation of large multimodal databases. These models are used notably to monitor disease progression and design computer-aided diagnosis and prognosis tools. He was laureate of an ERC starting grant in 2015.


Debate Session
Healthy Ageing: can science help you live longer and better?

Wednesday April 5th from 01:30 pm to 02:30 pm
Main stage