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Dr. Pierre-François D’Haese

Dr. Pierre-François D’Haese

Vanderbilt Univ
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On the fallacy of quantitative segmentation for T1-weighted MRI (Conference Proceedings)
On the fallacy of quantitative segmentation for T1-weighted MRI  (Conference Proceedings)
Authors: Andrew Plassard, Robert Harrigan, Allen Newton, et al.
Published: 21 Mar 2016
Thalamic nuclei segmentation in clinical 3T T1-weighted Images using high-resolution 7T shape models (Conference Proceedings)
Thalamic nuclei segmentation in clinical 3T T1-weighted Images using high-resolution 7T shape models  (Conference Proceedings)
Authors: Yuan Liu, Pierre-François D'Haese, Allen Newton, et al.
Published: 18 Mar 2015
Effects of deformable registration algorithms on the creation of statistical maps for preoperative targeting in deep brain stimulation procedures (Conference Proceedings)
Effects of deformable registration algorithms on the creation of statistical maps for preoperative targeting in deep brain stimulation procedures  (Conference Proceedings)
Authors: Yuan Liu, Pierre-Francois D'Haese, Benoit Dawant
Published: 12 Mar 2014
Segmentation of the optic tracts using graph-based techniques (Conference Proceedings)
Segmentation of the optic tracts using graph-based techniques  (Conference Proceedings)
Authors: Jack Noble, Pierre-François D'Haese, Benoit Dawant
Published: 24 Feb 2012
Optimizing the delivery of deep brain stimulation using electrophysiological atlases and an inverse modeling approach (Conference Proceedings)
Optimizing the delivery of deep brain stimulation using electrophysiological atlases and an inverse modeling approach  (Conference Proceedings)
Authors: Kay Sun, Srivatsan Pallavaram, William Rodriguez, et al.
Published: 17 Feb 2012

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