Professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering, Neuroengineering Track.
Interests: Neuroimaging, Machine Learning, Open Source Development, Applied Mathematics, Scientific Visualization.
Dr. Garyfallidis holds the position of Assistant Professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering (ISE) of Indiana University (IU) School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering. He is also the founder and scientific lead of Diffusion Imaging in Python (DIPY), currently the largest open source project in the development of diffusion MRI methods.
Diffusion MRI is a unique non-invasive MRI technique that is used to study the structural connectivity of the brain.
Dr. Garyfallidis holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge, UK, and worked as a Postdoctoral researcher with Professor Maxime Descoteaux at the Sherbrooke Connectivity Imaging Lab (SCIL) of the University of Sherbrooke, CA.
Dr. Garyfallidis has performed research and development at nearly all levels of diffusion MRI analysis. Recently, he started focusing more on the problems of segmentation and registration of tractography. Some of his most known inventions are QuickBundles and Streamline-based Linear Registration (SLR).
Prof. Garyfallidis is leading this group for Neuroengineering at ISE specializing in the developing of new methods and intelligent algorithms for medical imaging and brain mapping with applications to research, clinic and industry.
I am very pleased to inform you that the paper
Garyfallidis et al., "Robust and efficient linear registration of white-matter fascicles in the space of streamlines", Neuroimage 2015, is now available online here.
This link below allows for free access of the paper for a couple of weeks
The main idea is depicted in the figure below. If you have a bund...
In this post I am providing the necessary learning materials to master Python, code sharing and do diffusion MRI analysis with DIPY.
We are excited to announce a new major and historic release of Diffusion Imaging in Python (DIPY). DIPY 1.0.0 is out!
Please cite using the following DOI: 10.3389/fninf.2014.00008
DIPY 1.0.0 (Monday, 5 August 2019)
This release received contributions from 17 developers (the full release notes are at: https://dipy.org/documentation/1.0.0./release_notes/release1.0/). Thank you all for your con...