Imeka's recent webinar videos:
Alexa Pichet Binette, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow at Lund University, Sweden.
White matter microstructure and Alzheimer’s disease pathology: Insights from tractography and PET imaging
Guido Guberman, MD/PhD candidate at McGill University,
Concussion Biomarkers: Novel imaging and advanced statistics
Sami Obaid, MD, CM, FRCSC, Neurosurgeon, PhD candidate, University of Montreal, Utility of Tractography and Connectomics in Neurosurgery Why Tracking Matters
Ann-Marie Beaudoin, MD, neurology department, Centre hospitalier universitaire de Sherbrooke, Université de Sherbrooke, Diffusion MRI in Multiple Sclerosis and Why it Matters.
Tim Sinnecker, neurologist at the University Hospital of Basel, and postdoctoral researcher at the Medical Image Analysis Center (MIAC) in Basel, Switzerland.
Quantitative MRI to assess tissue damage in multiple sclerosis.
François Rheault, Ph.D. in Neuroimaging from the SCIL
A Brain Oddyssey: Challenges and solutions for tractography in clinical settings.
Maggie Roy, Ph.D. Research Center on Aging, SCIL.
The role of White Matter in Alzheimer’s Disease: New insights from Tractography and PET imaging.
Kevin Whittingstall, Ph.D. and Professor at University of Sherbrooke
Visualizing blood vessel structure and function in the human brain.
Pierre-Marc Jodoin, Ph.D. Imeka’s co-founder and CRO.
AI: What’s under the hood? Why & how does it work?
Maxime Descoteaux Ph.D. Imeka’s co-founder and CSO.
Diffusion MRI to map white matter integrity and assess neuroinflammation, demyelination and axonal loss.