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member Imaging and orthopaedics research laboratory (LIO), CRCHUM
Chairholder Canada Research Chair in Biomedical Data-Mining (Tier 1)
member Université TÉLUQ
Biomedical data analysis and classification (signals and images).
Construction of artificial intelligence optimisation tools for surgical instrumentation strategies (spine and knee) using biomechanical, geometrics and clinical data.
Evaluation of therapeutic strategies and technologies for diagnostic, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders.
The Imaging and Orthopaedics Research Laboratory (LIO) is affiliated with the ÉTS and the research centres at the CHUM, Sainte-Justine Hospital et Sacré-Coeur Hospital. It brings together experts from several fields: engineers, computer scientists, physicists, surgeons, radiologists, rheumatologists, kinesiologists, and physical therapists.
Imaging and engineering
The primary mission of the CRCHUM’s Imaging and Engineering Research Theme is to leverage engineering for the benefit of health care. By bringing together researchers from several areas of expertise, it encourages interaction and the pooling of skills. The CRCHUM’S Imaging and Engineering Re…Learn more
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