Head of Research and Product Development
Alexis holds a PhD in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics from Sherbrooke University, Quebec, Canada, where he also developed extensive experience in scientific outreach.
At Random Walk Imaging, Alexis sets the course of our ongoing and future research endeavors. He also lends his technical expertise to the development of dVIEWR.
Publications and Presentations
Computing and visualising intra-voxel orientation-specific relaxation-diffusion features in the human brain
Hum Brain Mapp. (2020) doi: 10.1002/hbm.25224 – J.P. de Almeida Martins, C.M.W. Tax, A. Reymbaut, F. Szczepankiewicz, M. Chamberland, D.K. Jones, and D. Topgaard.
Advanced Diffusion Encoding Methods in MRI: Chapter 14, Clinical Research with Advanced Diffusion Encoding Methods in MRI
Royal Society of Chemistry (2020) – A. Reymbaut, Y. Zheng, S. Li, W. Sun, H. Xu, I. Daimiel Naranjo, S. Thakur, K. Pinker-Domenig, S. Rajan, V. K. Vanugopal, V. Mahajan, H. Mahajan, J. Critchley, G. Durighel, M. Sughrue, K. Bryskhe and D. Topgaard
Advanced Diffusion Encoding Methods in MRI: Chapter 3, Diffusion Anisotropy and Tensor-valued Encoding
Royal Society of Chemistry (2020) – A. Reymbaut
Accuracy and precision of statistical descriptors obtained from multidimensional diffusion signal inversion algorithms
NMR Biomed. 2020 Feb 17;e4267 – A. Reymbaut, P. Mezzani, J. P. de Almeida Martins, and D. Topgaard