Roman Hossein Khonsari
Roman is a consultant maxillofacial surgeon at Necker - Enfants Malades Hospital in the departmet of Pr. Arnaud Picard, and professor of surgery at the Medical School of University of Paris. He is an alumni of the Ecole normale supérieure (E/S 98), graduated from Université Pierre-et-Marie-Curie and was trained as a surgeon in Nantes in the former department of Pr. Jean Delaire. He obtained a PhD in craniofacial development from King's College London under the supervision of Pr. Paul Sharpe. He is specialized in the surgical management of craniofacial malformations and works with Dr Eric Arnaud, one of the pioneers of this field. Roman is also medical director of the Health Data Hub, the central French medical database, and visiting professor in mechanical engineering at University College London, where he works with Pr. Mehran Moazen on craniofacial growth modeling.
Maxime works on the growth of the cranio-cervical junction and builds anatomical models of this anatomical region. He received his PhD at the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle in Paris where he worked on the biomechanics of the skull and lower jaw. Maxime's work will considerably improve the management of children with syndromic craniosynostoses. Maxime is funded by the Mairie de Paris - dispositif Emergence(s).
Giovanna is a consultant pediatric neurosurgeon at Necker - Enfants Malades Hospital. She was trained in Rome in the prestigious department of Pr. Concezio di Rocco. Giovanna is specialized in the management of children with craniosynostosis and has special interests in hydrocephalus and cranio-cervical joint anomalies.
Quentin is a maxillofacial surgeon currently involved in a 3-year PhD program under the supervision of Mr Khonsari and Nicolas Garcelon, head data manager at Imagine Institute. Quentin works on AI-based methods to assess craniofacial malformations on 2D pictures from the very large clinical photography database of Necker - Enfants Malades Hospital. He works in close collaboration with the AIDY project (Dr Marlène Rio, Department of Medical Genetics). Quentin is funded by the CRI - Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires.
Maya is a mechanical engineer from EPF. She is currently a PhD student co-supervised by Mr Khonsari and Pr. Sébastien Laporte, head of the Institut de Biomécanique Humaine Georges Charpak at Arts et Métiers ParisTech. Maya's Phd is funded by the Parisian start-up BONE 3D, where she works with mechanical engineer Pierre-Marc François. Maya develops various skull growth models of single-suture craniosynostoses, and develops AI-based approaches for bone segmentation on MRI images. The work of Maya will ultimately lead to the development of automated methods of surgical planning in craniofacial surgery, and more precisely in forehead remodeling.
Anne is a assistant professor in the maxillofacial surgery unit of Necker - Enfants Malades Hospital where she focuses on cleft repair. She is currently a PhD student under the co-supervision of Mr Khonsari and Laurence Legeai-Mallet, PI at Imagine Institute. Anne works on bone regeneration in mouse models with FGFR mutations and uses geometric morphometric tools to assess mandibular shape. The first results of her PhD have recently been published in Bone.
Marine is a maxillofacial surgeon from Toulouse University Hospital. She is currently involved in an MSc project exploring the morphogenesis of the external ear cartilage using mouse synchrotron microtomography and transparentized human embryos. She works with Alain Chédotal at Institut de la Vision in Paris and Abigail Tucker from King's College London. Marine is funded by a joint grant Université de Paris / King's College London.
Alexandre is an engineer from ISEP. He is currently involved in an MSc program (Ingénierie de la Santé, parcours Bio-Imaging) at University of Paris. Alexandre is co-supervised by Mr Khonsari and Pierre-Marc François from BONE 3D. Alexandre works on AI-based segmentation methods for Black Bone MRI images. His work wil contribute to the PhD of Maya Geoffroy.
Matthieu is an engineer from EPF. His MSc is co-supervised by Mr Khonsari and PhD student Quentin Hennocq. Matthieu works on the automatic classification of profile picture within our large clinical photography database and on the detection of external ear malformations.
Lorine is an MSc student (Biologie - Santé) involved in an MD-PhD program at Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (Paris Ouest). Lorine works on AI-based methods for the diagnosis of ear malformations, with PhD student Quentin Hennocq.
Meryem Abbad Andaloussi
Meryem is an engineer from ENSEIRB-MATMECA. She is currently involved in an MSc program (Biomécanique) at Arts et Métiers ParisTech under the supervision of Pr. Sébastien Laporte. She works with PhD student Maya Geoffroy for the conception of FEA models of skull growth in single-suture craniosynostoses.
Former MSc student
Kevin is a maxillofacial surgeon who worked for a year from Nov. 2019 to Nov. 2020 in the lab as a MSc student. Kevin contributed to the design of a growth model for trigonocephaly. His work was co-supervised by Mr Khonsari and Sébastien Laporte, and has supported the PhD project of Maya Geoffroy.
Former BSc students
Samy and Matthieu are engineering students at Arts et Métiers ParisTech and Laëtitia is an engineering student at EPF. They spent three months in the lab during the summer 2020 segmenting Balck Bone MRI images in order to augment our database and prepare AI-based segmentation approaches.
Jeanne is a mechanical engineering student at ENSTA. She worked for 4 months in the lab in 2020 and used Deformetrica to assess skull vault anomalies in intentional deformations.
Laura is an engineering student at ESME-Sudria. She worked for 4 months in the lab in 2020 and contributed to the settlement of the 3D printing facility. SHe also worked hard for the large 3D printing project launched by AP-HP during the first wave of the pandemic.
Gaelle is an engineer from ISIFC. She worked for 4 months in the lab in 2019 and investigated the reglementary issues related to medical 3D printing when we first started using the printers.