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Assoc. Prof. N. Duchateau - Sophia-Antipolis, France

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"Being at the congress (...) opened my mind on the clinical side"

"As a researcher with an engineering background, being at the congress logically opened my mind on the clinical side. It probably facilitated the assimilation of new concepts and fomented my curiosity on a wider range of topics."

Young Investigator Awardee at EuroEcho 2010 – Copenhagen, Denmark / YIA session: Added value of a statistical atlas-based quantification of motion abnormalities for the prediction of CRT response.

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Assoc. Prof. N. Duchateau - Sophia-Antipolis, France

Summary

"Being at the congress (...) opened my mind on the clinical side"

"As a researcher with an engineering background, being at the congress logically opened my mind on the clinical side. It probably facilitated the assimilation of new concepts and fomented my curiosity on a wider range of topics."

Young Investigator Awardee at EuroEcho 2010 – Copenhagen, Denmark / YIA session: Added value of a statistical atlas-based quantification of motion abnormalities for the prediction of CRT response.