Pladema (new wing)
Ignacio Larrabide (Nacho) graduated as Software Engineer from UNICEN, he pursued his DSc in Computational Modelling at LNCC, Petrópolis, Brasil. He is co-founder of the medical software technology company Galgo Medical, acting as scientific and technical advisor in the neurointerventional line. He currently leads the Yatiris research team within Pladema Institute, UNICEN. His research interests include medical image computing and computer assisted treatment planning, applications of machine learning to medical image analysis, computational modelling of medical devices, neuroimaging and neurosciences and medical technology development in general.
Improving realism in patient-specific abdominal Ultrasound simulation using CycleGANs
Santiago Vitale, José Ignacio Orlando, Emmanuel Iarussi, Ignacio Larrabide
International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 2019 (Article)
Lumen-intima and media-adventitia segmentation in IVUS images using supervised classifications of arterial layers and morphological structures
Lucas Lo Vercio, Mariana del Fresno, Ignacio Larrabide
Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 2019, (Article)
A comparative study of Porous Medium CFD Models for Flow Diverter stents: advantages and short-comings
Nicolás Dazeo, Javier Dottori, Gustavo Boroni, Ignacio Larrabide.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, 2018 (Article)
Hemodynamic Changes Caused by Multiple Stenting in Vertebral Artery Fusiform Aneurysms: A Patient-Specific Computational Fluid Dynamics Study
N. Lv, W. Cao, Ignacio Larrabide, C. Karmonik, D. Zhu, J. Liu, Q. Huang, and Y. Fang.
American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2018 (Article)