Biomedical Neuroimage Analysis

Research group leader


  • R. Meier, PhD
  • W. Valenzuela, PhD
  • A. Jungo, MSc
  • Y. Sutter, MSc
  • S. Habbeger (in collaboration SCAN group)
  • R. McKinley (in collaboration SCAN group)

Research focuses

  • Advanced imaging quantification approaches for diseases of the central nervous system
  • Data-driven precision medicine 


  • Multimodal image segmentation
  • Statistical models of shape and appearance
  • Radiomics
  • Scalable machine learning
  • Super-resolution-imaging techniques
  • Fast and robust human-machine interfacing

Short description

The Biomedical Neuroimage Analysis group is an interdisciplinary effort between the Support Center of Advanced Neuroimaging (Prof. Dr. Roland Wiest), and the Medical Image Analysis (Prof. Mauricio Reyes). The interdisciplinary research group develops advanced medical image analysis technologies, and related translational biomedical engineering technologies, to quantify, diagnose, and follow-up disorders related to the central nervous system (e.g. glioblastomas, stroke, multiple sclerosis, etc.)