I obtained my BSc and MSc in applied mathematics in Erlangen, Germany and Rennes, France in 2006 and 2011 respectively. After finishing my PhD in Erlangen, Germany in 2014 (non-contrast enhanced MR angiography reconstructions using compressed sensing), I moved to Jo Hajnal’s group at King’s College London in 2014 on the ERC-funded developing Human Connectome Project, mapping emerging brain connectivity by studying 1000 neonates and 500 fetuses. I got awarded a Sir Henry Wellcome postdoctoral fellowship in 2016 on the topic of functional MR imaging of the placenta in growth restricted foetuses and have been working as a Research Fellow on this topic since.
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3 November 2020
The fifth annual Perinatal, Preterm and Paediatric Image Analysis workshop (PIPPI), founded and…