Tanguy Hedrich, Ph.D. student


Tanguy Hedrich received his engineering degree in Computer Science and master degree in Biomedical Engineering, in University of Technology of Compiègne, France in 2011. Then he graduated his MSc in Biomedical Engineering in McGill University in 2013. He is now pursuing a PhD in the same domain.

Contact Info

  • Multimodal Functional Imaging Laboratory
  • Department of Biomedical Engineering , McGill University
  • Address: 332 Duff Medical Building, 3775 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 2B4, Canada
  • Phone: (514) 398–1678
  • Fax: (514) 398–7461
  • Email: tanguy.hedrich@gmail.com

Research Interests

His research focused on the combination between high density EEG (hdEEG), ie with more than 128 electrode, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).


Refereed Papers

Heers M., Helias M., Hedrich T., Dümpelmann M., Schulze-Bonhage A., Ball T., “Spectral bandwidth of interictal fast epileptic activity characterizes the epileptic seizure onset zone”, NeuroImage Clinical, 2018

Pellegrino G., Hedrich T., Chowdhury R., Hall J., Dubeau F., Lina J.M., Kobayashi E,. Grova C., “Clinical yield of magnetoencephalography distributed source imaging in epilepsy”, Human Brain Mapping, 2018

Hedrich T., Pellegrino G., Kobayashi E., Line J.M., Grova C., “Comparison of the spatial resolution of source imaging techniques in high-density EEG and MEG”, NeuroImage, 2017 Pellegrino G., Hedrich T., Chowdhury R., Hall J.A., Lina J.M., Dubeau F., Kobayashi E., Grova C., “Source localization of the seizure onset zone from ictal EEG/MEG data”, Human Brain Mapping, 2016

Von Ellenrieder N., Pellegrino G., Hedrich T., Gotman J., Lina J.M., Grova C., Kobayashi E., “Detection and magnetic source imaging of fast oscillations (40–160Hz) recorder with magnetoencephalography in focal epilepsy patients”, Brain topography, 2016

Heers M., Chowdhury R., Hedrich T., Dubeau F., Hall J., Lina J.M., Grova C., Kobayashi E. “Localization accuracy of distributed inverse solutions for electric and magnetic source imaging of interictal epileptic discharges in patients with focal epilepsy”, Brain topography, 2016

Chowdhury R., Zerouali Y., Hedrich T., Heers M., Kobayashi E., Lina J.M., Grova C. “MEG-EEG information fusion and electromagnetic source imaging: from theory to clinical application in epilepsy.” Brain Topography, 2015

Heers M., Hedrich T., An, D., Dubeau, F., Gotman, J., Grova, C. and Kobayashi, E., “Spatial correlation of hemodynamic changes related to interictal epileptic discharges with electric and magnetic source imaging”, Human Brain Mapping, 2014

Abstracts & Presentation

Hedrich T., Aydin Ü., Jegou A., Grimault S., Benali H., Grova C., “Electrical source imaging of visual evoked responses inside the MR scanner”, Organisation for Human Brain Mapping, Vancouver, Canada, June 2017

Hedrich T., Khoo H.M., Pellegrino G., Aydin Ü., Gotman J., Grova C., “Combining source localization from high-density EEG and fMRI responses to similar epileptic discharges: a preliminary reproducibility study.”, American Epilepsy Society (AES) Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, December 2016

Hedrich T., Aydin Ü., Jegou A., Pelligrino G., Lina J.M. and Grova C. “Comparison of electric source imaging and ballistocardiogram artefact correction methods using somatosensory evoked responses in hdEEG-fMRI”, International Conference on Basic and Clinical Multimodal Imaging – BaCi 2015, Utrecht, The Netherlands, September 2015

Hedrich T., Lina J.M., Kobayashi E and Grova C. “Analysis of spatial resolution and crosstalk of different distributed source localization methods in EEG and MEG”, 10th International Conference on Biomagnetism - BIOMAG 2014, Halifax, August 2014

Hedrich T., Kobayashi E, Lina JM and Grova C. “Accuracy of spatio-temporal reconstruction using entropic technique from MEG data.” BIOMAG 2012; Paris, 2012

Hedrich T., Laforet J., Marque C. “Simulations of uterine electrical activity using parallel computing.” International Workshop on Innovative Simulation of Healthcare, Vienna, 2012