Olivier Balédent, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, CHU Amiens Picardie, France
Dr. Balédent’s interest lies in Biophysics and the development and application of MRI for the non-invasive characterization of CSF hydrodynamics. He is an assistant professor at Amiens’ University Hospital (France), and head of the medical image processing department and BioFlowImage (www.tidam.fr) research team.
Diane de Zélicourt, University of Zürich, Switzerland
Dr. de Zélicourt is currently a senior researcher and lecturer within the Interface group at the University of Zürich (Switzerland). Her research thrust lies at the convergence of engineering and medicine, with a focus on multi-scale numerical modelling of the CSF and brain mechanics to understand the pathophysiology of hydrocephalus.