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Our team is made of experts in biomedical, computer science and data treatment domains. We combine these skills to offer the most adapted service to your needs.
Victor RACINE, PhD
Victor Racine is founder and CEO of QuantaCell. He is engineer in electronics (ISEN) and obtained a PhD from Paris 6 (France) in Biophysics at the Institut Curie. He made a postdoctoral work in Singapore (IMCB) in cell screening and histopathology. He is more than 15-year experienced in image analysis and bio-imaging. Since 2014, he is running the company.
Jocelyne GAU, PhD
Jocelyne Gau is co-founder of QuantaCell. She is a physicist and obtained a PhD in biophysics at the University of Evry on biomolecules quantification. She is on charge of acquisition and development of new analysis tools.
Gaetan Galisot, PhD
Gaetan Galisot specializes in the medical image segmentation and registration. He has obtained a PhD degree from Université de Tours (LIFAT). He is working on image analysis as well as on the software development.
Damien BLANC, PhD student
Damien Blanc is biostatistician. He is PhD student in mathematics at the University of Montpellier, in collaboration with the Intitut Curie. He is specialized in deep learning.
Paul-Axel MARIE, MSc
Full stack developer
Paul-Axel Marie is engineer in data processing (EFREI). He is full stack developer in QuantaCell. He implements graphic interfaces by combining data science and ergonomy.
Karthik KALYAN, MSc
Karthik Kalyan has dual Masters degree. He has a master’s degree in software engineering from The university of Sheffield and another master’s degree in bioinformatics from the University of Lille.
Dimitri Mikec, MSc
Titouan POQUILLON, MSc
Quantacell originated from the dual skills of biology and computer science from its founder, Victor Racine. Today, his team is able to provide powerful software solutions based on artificial intelligence, image analysis and statistics, and is the proper guide for biomedical research units.
Our references (publications)
Fluorescence eXclusion Measurement of volume in live cell
Synaptic recruitment of gephyrin regulates surface GABAA receptor dynamics for the expression of inhibitory LTP
RNAi screening reveals a large signaling network controlling the Golgi apparatus in human cells
Wavelet analysis for single molecule localization microscopy
Experimental and theoretical study of mitotic spindle orientation
Nature. 2007 May 24;447(7143):493-6. Auteurs :Théry M, Jiménez-Dalmaroni A, Racine V, Bornens M, Jülicher F. Keywords : Cellule unique, détection et segmentation de compartiments, adhésion, microscopie automatisée, visualisation des données, modèle théorique, cytosquelette