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Publications of G. Flandin

Thesis

  1. G. Flandin. Utilisation d'informations géométriques pour l'analyse statistique des données d'IRM fonctionnelle. PhD thesis, Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Apr. 2004. [bibtex-entry]


Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. A. Dubois, A. S. Hérard, G. Flandin, E. Duchesnay, L. Besret, V. Frouin, P. Hantraye, G. Bonvento, and T. Delzescaux. Quantitative validation of voxel-wise statistical analyses of autoradiographic rat brain volumes: application to unilateral visual stimulation. Neuroimage, 40(2):482-494, 2008. Keyword(s): brainvisa. [bibtex-entry]


  2. G. Flandin and W. Penny. Bayesian fMRI data analysis with sparse spatial basis function priors. Neuroimage, 34(3):1108-1125, Feb. 2007. [bibtex-entry]


  3. Christophe Grova, Salima Makni, G. Flandin, P. Ciuciu, J. Gotman, and J.-B. Poline. Anatomically informed interpolation of fMRI data on the cortical surface. Neuroimage, 31:1475-1486, 2006. [bibtex-entry]


  4. B. Thirion, G. Flandin, P. Pinel, A. Roche, P. Ciuciu, and J.-B. Poline. Dealing with the shortcomings of spatial normalization: Multi-subject parcellation of fMRI datasets. Hum. Brain Mapp., 27(8):678-693, Aug. 2006. Keyword(s): fMRI. [bibtex-entry]


  5. F. Kherif, J.-B. Poline, S. Mériaux, H. Benali, G. Flandin, and M. Brett. Group analysis in functional neuroimaging: selecting subjects using similarity measures. Neuroimage, 20(4):2197-2208, Jan. 2004. [bibtex-entry]


  6. I. Klein, J. Dubois, J.-F. Mangin, F. Kherif, G. Flandin, J.-B. Poline, M. Denis, S. M. Kosslyn, and D. Le Bihan. Retinotopic organization of visual mental images as revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging.. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 22(1):26-31, Dec. 2004. [bibtex-entry]


  7. O. Simon, F. Kherif, G. Flandin, J.-B. Poline, D. Rivière, J.-F. Mangin, D. Le Bihan, and S. Dehaene. Automatized clustering and functional geometry of human parietofrontal networks for language, space, and number.. Neuroimage, 23(3):1192-1202, 11 2004. [bibtex-entry]


  8. P.-J. Lahaye, J.-B. Poline, G. Flandin, S. Dodel, and L. Garnero. Functional connectivity: studying non-linear, delayed interactions between BOLD signal. Neuroimage, 20:962-974, 2003. Keyword(s): fMRI, functional connectivity, connectivity measures. [bibtex-entry]


  9. F. Kherif, J.-B. Poline, G. Flandin, H. Benali, O. Simon, S. Dehaene, and K. J. Worsley. Multivariate model specification for fMRI data.. Neuroimage, 16(4):1068-1083, August 2002. Keyword(s): Brain, physiology, Cognition, physiology, Humans, Linear Models, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Mathematics, Mental Processes, physiology, Models, Neurological, Multivariate Analysis. [bibtex-entry]


Conference articles

  1. B. Thyreau, B. Thirion, G. Flandin, and J.-B. Poline. Anatomo-functional description of the brain: a probabilistic approach. In Proc. 31th Proc. IEEE ICASSP, volume V, Toulouse, France, pages 1109-1112, May 2006. Keyword(s): fMRI, functional brain imaging, Bayesian approach, parcellation, Gaussian mixture, Variational Bayes. [bibtex-entry]


  2. B. Thirion, G. Flandin, P. Pinel, and J.-B. Poline. Spatial relaxation increases the sensitivity of random effects analyses: the benefit of inter-subject parcellation. In Proc. 11th HBMCD-RomNeuroimage vol 26 (1), Toronto, Canada, June12-16 2005. [bibtex-entry]


  3. G. Flandin, X. Pennec, A. Roche, W. Penny, N. Ayache, and J.-B. Poline. Multi-subject anatomo-functional classification for activation studies. In NeuroImage (HBM'04), Budapest, Hungary, 2004. [bibtex-entry]


  4. P. Ciuciu, J. Idier, G. Flandin, G. Marrelec, and J.-B. Poline. On the spatial variability of the BOLD HRF and some regularization strategies. In Proc. 9th HBMCD-RomNeuroimagevol 19 (2), New York,, June19--22 2003. [bibtex-entry]


  5. P. Ciuciu, J. Idier, G. Flandin, and J.-B. Poline. Estimation régularisée et non supervisée de la fonction de réponse hémodynamique en imagerie cérébrale fonctionnelle (IRMf). In Actes du 19$^{\mathrm{e}}$ colloque GRETSI, pages 312 -315, Sep. 2003. Keyword(s): fMRI, functional brain imaging, Bayesian approach, Hemodynamic Response Function, event-related experiment, drift estimation, Maximum A Posteriori, multitask, multisession, Expectation Maximization, Expectation Conditional Maximization. [bibtex-entry]


  6. G. Flandin, W. Penny, X. Pennec, N. Ayache, and J.-B. Poline. A multisubject anatomo-functional parcellation of the brain. In Proc. 9th HBM, New York,, June19--22 2003. [bibtex-entry]


  7. A. Roche, F. Kherif, G. Flandin, and J.-B. Poline. Should fMRI data be analyzed using a single BOLD response model across regions?. In NeuroImage (HBM'03), New York,, June19--22 2003. [bibtex-entry]


  8. G. Flandin, F. Kherif, X. Pennec, G. Malandain, N. Ayache, and J.-B. Poline. Improved detection sensitivity of functional MRI data using a brain parcellation technique. In Proc. 5th MICCAI, LNCS 2488 (Part I), Tokyo, Japan, pages 467-474, Sep. 2002. Springer Verlag. [bibtex-entry]


  9. G. Flandin, F. Kherif, X. Pennec, D. Rivière, N. Ayache, and J.-B. Poline. A new representation of fMRI data using anatomo-functional constraints. In Proc. 8th HBM, Sendai, Japan, June 2002. [bibtex-entry]


  10. G. Flandin, F. Kherif, X. Pennec, D. Rivière, N. Ayache, and J.-B. Poline. Parcellation of brain images with anatomical and functional constraints for fMRI data analysis. In Proc. 1st Proc. IEEE ISBI, Washington, DC, pages 907-910, July 2002. [bibtex-entry]


  11. F. Kherif, G. Flandin, P. Ciuciu, H. Benali, O. Simon, and J.-B. Poline. Model based spatial and temporal similarity measures between series of functional Magnetic Resonance Images. In Proc. 5th MICCAI, LNCS 2488 (Part II), Tokyo, Japan, pages 509-516, Sep. 2002. Springer Verlag. [bibtex-entry]


  12. F. Kherif, G. Flandin, O. Simon, H. Benali, and J.-B. Poline. How much subjetcs are resembling each other ? Spatial and temporal similarity measures for fMRI data. In Proc. 8th HBM, Sendai, Japan, June 2002. [bibtex-entry]



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