I received the M. Eng degree in Biomedical engineering from University of Technology of Compiègne, France in 2003 and the M.Sc in Image and Signal processing degree from University of Rennes I, France in 2004. I obtained the Ph. D degree in Image processing from University of Rennes I, France in 2008 under the supervision of Dr Christian Barillot and Dr Pierre Hellier. For my Ph. D, I received the prize of the best thesis (innovation prize) from the Section France of IEEE - Chapter EMBS - SFGBM - and AGBM. Then, I worked as postdoctoral researcher at Brain Imaging Center of Montreal Neurological Institute from 2008 to 2011 under the supervision of Prof. D. Louis Collins. For this work, I was awarded a CECR postodocral fellowship.
From 2011 to 2019, I worked as CNRS researcher at the Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique http://www.labri.fr/ at the Bordeaux University. Since 2013 I am the leader of a new research group dedicated to patch-based image processing called PICTURA. Since 2019 I am CNRS research director.
My research on medical image processing covers different fields, from preprocessing to automatic detection of diseases. My work mainly focuses on four topics: Deep learning for medical imaging, BigData for medical image analysis, quantitative MR analysis, computer-aided diagnosis and image enhancement. This aspect is detailed in section Research Synopsis
My publications on Google scholar
P. Coupé, J. V. Manjon, E. Lanuza, G. Catheline. Lifespan changes of the human brain in Alzheimer's disease. Nature Scientific Report, 9 (1), 3998, 2019.