Victor Delattre received a Bachelor degree in science and technology from Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), Paris France and La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy in 2008 before receiving the M. Eng. Degree from Ecole Supérieur de Physique et de Chimie Industrielle (ESPCI-Paristech) Paris, France in 2010. After working for a year in TPSH company (specialized in aeronautic parts non-destructive testing) as a project manager in the R&D department. He obtained a double degree with a M. Eng. Degree at Doshisha University’s life and medical science department, Kyoto, Japan in 2012. He joined the mixt research unit U1032 between Neurospin laboratory at Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique (CEA) and French National Institute of Health and Medical Research, INSERM from 2013 to 2017 as a research engineer where he focused his work on children brain MRI and EEG processing and analysis. He also gave statistics tuition for psychologists at the Institut d’Etudes à Distance (IED) of Saint Denis University, Paris, France in 2016.

 He has been working at LabTAU since 2017 as a research engineer on passive elastography techniques. Using the body’s natural mechanical waves (coming mostly from the heart beat) his research aims at providing an elasticity map of the oesophagus in order to improve cancer diagnosis.

2015: Prix de l’exposition Scientifique at the  Journées Françaises de Radiologie for an e-poster on functional connectivity.

2011: Kato Yamazaki Memorial Fund Scholarship: 4000 € research grant for deserving foreign students.

Kaminska, V. Delattre, J. Laschet , J. Dubois , M. Labidurie ,A. Duval, A. Manresa, J.-F. Magny , S. Hovhannisyan , M. Mokhtari ,L. Ouss, A. Boissel, L. Hertz-Pannier, M. Sintsov , M. Minlebaev, R. Khazipov , and C. Chiron. Cortical Auditory-Evoked Responses in Preterm Neonates: Revisited by Spectral and Temporal Analyses. Cerebral Cortex, 2017; 1–16