The goal of my research is to bridge a gap between two research fields, pathology-driven modeling and MRI physics to answer biologic and clinical questions with dedicated MR acquisitions.  I therefore aim to develop novel multi-modal MRI techniques and apply them to a range of clinical questions focusing mostly on women’s health and development.

Research Focus:

  • In-utero MRI (fetal, placental MRI)
  • Women’s Health
  • MRI physics
  • Multi-modal functional MRI techniques – Acquisition and Pre-processing


Efficient joint quantitative imaging (ZEBRA & PERFOX)

CARP study (Cardiac & Placental imaging Project)

Functional Placental MRI

Developing Human Connectome Project (dHCP)