Papadacci Clément

Papadacci Clément

Researcher at INSERM / Scientific coordinator INSERM ART
Accélérateur de Recherche Technologique “Ultrasons biomédicaux”
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  • 2014 – PhD in Physics, Université Paris Diderot, France
    Ultrafast ultrasound imaging of the human heart and arteries: towards 3D ultrafast imaging and backscatter tensor imaging
  • 2011 – Master of Science in Acoustics, Université Paris Diderot, France
  • 2010 – Magister degree in Fundamental Physics, Université Paris Diderot, France

Professional experience

  • since 2017 – Researcher at INSERM (Accélérateur de Recherche Technologique “Ultrasons biomédicaux”), Paris, France
  • 2014-2016 – Postdoctoral researcher at University of Columbia, UEIL, New York, USA

Main awards and distinctions

  • 2016 Outstanding Paper Award of the IEEE Transactions in Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control
  • Prize of the Chancellerie des Universités de Paris in 2015
  • Young Investigator Award of the Foundation Bettencourt-Schueller in 2015
  • Roberts Prize for the best paper published in Physics for Medicine and Biology in 2015
  • Best Student Paper Award of the IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium in 2013, Prague, Czech Republic

  • cardiovascular applications of ultrasound
  • ultrafast ultrasound imaging of the cardiovascular system
  • fiber tractography
  • 3D ultrafast ultrasound imaging
  • PET-ultrasound combined imaging

Main publications

Latest publications

Caudoux M, Demeulenaere O, Porée J, Sauvage J, Mateo P, Ghaleh B, et al. Curved toroidal row column addressed transducer for 3D ultrafast ultrasound imaging. IEEE Trans Med Imaging 2024:1–1.
Favre H, Pernot M, Tanter M, Papadacci C. Transcranial 3D ultrasound localization microscopy using a large element matrix array with a multi-lens diffracting layer: an in vitro study. Physics in Medicine & Biology 2023;68:1–16.
Goudot G, Jimenez A, Mohamedi N, Sitruk J, Khider L, Mortelette H, et al. Assessment of Takayasu’s arteritis activity by ultrasound localization microscopy. EBioMedicine 2023;90:.
Demeulenaere O, Mateo P, Ferrera R, Chiaroni P-M, Bizé A, Dai J, et al. Assessment of coronary microcirculation alterations in a porcine model of no-reflow using ultrasound localization microscopy: a proof of concept study. EBioMedicine 2023;94:104727.
Pedreira O, Papadacci C, Augeul L, Loufouat J, Lo-Grasso M, Tanter M, et al. Quantitative stiffness assessment of cardiac grafts using ultrasound in a porcine model: A tissue biomarker for heart transplantation. EBioMedicine 2022;83:.