Team

Experts in physiology

Marc-Antoine CUSTAUD. Senior university lecturer – hospital practitioner, co-founder. Alongside his research into kidney functions, he teaches at the University of Angers. He provides the platform with his expertise, during the clinical validation of analytical tools, for example.

Georges LEFTHERIOTIS. University professor, hospital practitioner, co-founder. Specialist in angiology and head of the Vascular Functional Explorations department at the University Hospital (CHU) of Angers. Alongside his research activities, he teaches at the University of Angers. He provides the platform with his expertise, during the clinical validation of analytical tools, for example.

 IT and signal processing engineer

Thibaud LEVRARD. Engineer. Supervises the application architecture of the Télévasc platform and implements automated methodologies for analysing the variability of physiological signals. With his university background in new technologies and signal processing, he has been contributing to the success of Télévasc since 2009. Its missions:

  • supervise, manage and maintain the platform,
  • develop automated methodologies for analysing images/signals,
  • develop online analysis tools,
  • promote the platform.

People who have contributed to the development of Télévasc

Victor de GERMAIN &  Harold PHELIPPEAU (co – founder),

Jacques-Olivier FORTRAT (MCUPH – CHU Angers),

Bilal EL BAHRI (Master 1 et 2 – ISTIA),

Benjamin DEMONET (Master 2 – ISTIA),

Lise BREJEON & Sylvain LEMOINE  (Master STIS – Faculté de Médecine),

Florian JOBARD (DUT – GEII à Angers),

Souhail HAMDI (Master 1 – ISTIA),

Dimitri PIANETA (Master 1 – ESEO),

Hervé POURCHASSE (Licence 3 – Université d’Angers),

Djibril SARR (Master 1 – ESAIP),

Aymeric SUTEAU (Master 1 – ISTIA).

One response to “Team

  1. De très bons souvenirs, une expérience riche en émotion et en savoir.
    Mes amitiés à toutes l’équipe

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