Malte Hoffmann, Ph.D.


Instructor in Investigation
Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Mass General Research Institute
Instructor in Radiology
Harvard Medical School
Affiliated Faculty
Health Sciences and Technology Division, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research Staff
Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital
PhD University of Cambridge 2017
algorithms; artifacts; artificial intelligence; brain; brain mapping; computational methods; deep learning; fetus; freesurfer; image registration; image segmentation; longitudinal analysis; machine learning; magnetic resonance imaging; medical image analysis; motion correction; neurodegenerative diseases Malte Hoffmann is a faculty member in Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Affiliated Faculty in the Health Sciences and Technology Division at MIT. He received a Bachelor's degree in physics from the University of Paris XI and a Master's degree and PhD from the University of Cambridge, specializing in the correction of subject motion for brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
 
Dr. Hoffmann's current research focuses on algorithms for medical image processing and analysis using artificial intelligence. His work spans innovations in deep learning, computer vision, and MRI acquisition. He is particularly interested in registration, which captures the spatial relationship between objects from images, and in leveraging this information to advance applications with clinical impact, such as fetal MRI.
Martinos Center Personal Website
mhoffmann@mgh.harvard.edu


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