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Space-timE RePresentation, Imaging

and cellular dynamics of

molecular COmplexes




Vincent Briane

(PhD student 2014-2017)

Contact

Email : vincent.briane@inria.fr
Address : INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu
35042 Rennes cedex - France
Fax : +33 2 99 84 71 71
Phone : +33 2 99 84 73 45
Secretary (Huguette Béchu) : +33 2 99 84 72 28

Brief Vitae

I am a doctor in applied statistics. I defended my PhD which focuses on the statistical analysis of intracellular particle trajectories in December 2017. I graduated from the National Institute of Statistics and Data Analysis (ENSAI) in 2014. I also got a master degree in mathematical statistic from the university of Rennes 1 (2014). From 2009 to 2011, I studied mathematics and physics in preparatory classes (Lycée Chateaubriand, Rennes).

Research Topics

I am interested in statistics applied to biological problems. I studied spatial statistics to infer the abundance of marine species during my last year internship at AgroParisTech, the Paris Institute of technology for life, food and environmental sciences. During my PhD, I studied stochastic processes and particularly diffusion processes to model the motion of proteins inside the cell. I am also interested in statistical testing, including multiple testing. I developed a statistical test to classify the modes of motion of intracellular particles. I work on change point analysis as well. I designed a sequential method to detect the change of dynamic of proteins over time.

Conferences

  • Quantitative Bio Imaging (QBI) (2017) A&M University, College station,Texas, United-States, talk and poster. Classification of particle trajectories in living cell.
  • European Study Group for Industry (ESGI) (2016) Dublin, Ireland, workshop.
  • Journées de la Statistique (JDS) (2016) Montpellier, France, talk.
    Proceeding: Briane,V. Kervrann, C., Vimond, M. Test statistique pour détecter les diffusions non browniennes. In 48e Journées de Statistique (pp. 1-6).
  • Spatial Statistic and Image Analysis for Biology (SSIAB) (2016) INRIA, Rennes, France, talk. An adaptive statistical test to detect non Brownian diffusion from particle trajectories.
  • International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) (2016) Prague, Czech republic, talk. Briane,V. Kervrann, C., Vimond, M.
    Proceeding: An adaptive statistical test to detect non Brownian diffusion from particle trajectories. In Biomedical Imaging (ISBI), 2016 IEEE 13th International Symposium on (pp. 972-975). IEEE.
  • Molecule Trajectories in Cellular Spaces, France Bio Imaging (FBI) (2015) ENS, Lyon, France, talk. Classification of particle trajectories in living cell.

Publications

  • V. Briane, C. Kervrann and M. Vimond. A sequential algorithm to detect motion switching along intracellular particle trajectories, Submitted, preprint version: preprint.pdf. with supplementary materials supplementarymaterials.pdf.
  • V. Briane, C. Kervrann and M. Vimond. A statistical analysis of particle trajectories in living cells, in revision in Physical Review E, (available on arXiv).
  • V. Briane, Statistical Tests for Analysing Particle Trajectories : Application to Intracellular Imaging (PhD thesis), available on HAL.
  • M. A. Langeslag-Smith, A. C. Vandal, V. Briane, B. Thompson and N. S. Anstice Preschool children's vision screening in New Zealand: a retrospective evaluation of referral accuracy, BMJ open, 5.11 (2015).

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