Mr Simone Zanoni

Image Analyst

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Biography

Mr Simone Zanoni is an Image Analyst at UNSW’s Biological Resources Imaging Laboratory (BRIL)

He earned a master’s degree in Bioengineering in 2015 at the University of Padua with a master’s thesis on quantification of brain PET data at the voxel level by using a Variational Bayesian approach. Later, he kept on working on that project as Research Assistant at the Functional and Anatomical Imaging Research (FAIR) at the University of Padua. Subsequently, he had the chance to increase is experience in biological signal processing and analysis, e.g. EEG, fEMG, as a Research Assistant at Human Inspired Technology (HIT) Research Centre at the University of Padua and he took part in the European research project MindSee.

His main research interests include PET and MRI image processing and analysis techniques.

My Research Activities

Mr Simone Zanoni is an Image Analyst at UNSW’s Biological Resources Imaging Laboratory (BRIL). His main research interests include PET and MRI image processing and analysis techniques.

Publications

Conference Papers

Rizzo G; Tonietto M; Zanoni S; Chappell MA; Castellaro M; Bertoldo A, 2015, 'Use of a Variational Bayesian inference approach for the quantification of brain PET data at the voxel level', Honolulu, Hawaii, presented at World Molecular Imaging Congress, Honolulu, Hawaii, 02 September 2015 - 05 September 2015

Conference Posters

Zanoni S; Ashwell KWS; Bongers A, 'Image fusion of multiple independent MRI brain slabs to cover a whole Dugong brain in a small-bore, high-field pre-clinical scanner', presented at International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 11 May 2019 - 16 May 2019
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Theses / Dissertations

Zanoni S; Rizzo G; Castellaro M; Bertoldo A, 2015, Variational Bayesian inference for quantification of brain PET data at the voxel level
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Location

Level 4 Lowy Cancer Research Centre

Contact

+61-2-9385 8186