I am a postdoctoral researcher at NeuroPoly Lab, Polytechnique Montreal, where I recently obtained my Ph.D. on end-to-end standardization of quantitative MRI methods through the development of vendor-neutral pulse sequences (VENUS), community data standards (qMRI-BIDS), and open-source post-processing workflows (qMRLab). To extend the scope of transparency from scanner to publication, I am leading the development of NeuroLibre, a preprint server for reproducible neuroscience notebooks.
I am an active contributor to several open-source neuroimaging initiatives (BrainHack, MRathon, Open MR, MRI Together, OHBM OSR), as well as to science communication/publication platforms (MRM Highlights, OHBM Blog, and ISMRM MR Pulse, MRPub).
1 fellowship | 3 Scholarships | 9 Awards
7 Q&A | 4 Blog posts | 2 panels | 1 Podcast
20 Talks | 11 Invited | 2 Keynotes