Linkedin Labtau 

Thomas graduated from ESPCI Paris in 2009 and got a MD of bio-engineering in 2010. He then obtained his PhD in the Laboratoire d'Imagerie Biomedical (LIB) in Paris working with Dr S. Lori Bridal on targeted ultrasound contrast agents for cancer detection, and characterization. In order to expand his knowledge in ultrasound imaging, he worked from 2013 to 2016 as a postodoctoral research scientist at Columbia University with Pr Elisa Konofagou, developping Harmonic Motion Imaging (HMI), a novel ultrasound-based elastography technique. He then dedicated one year and a half studying ultrasfast Doppler for functional imaging in the Langevin Institute. Currently he's working in the LabTau with Stefan Catheline on the application of passive elastography for prostate cancer characterization and HIFU monitoring.