Georges Hankov

Georges Hankov, M.Sc.

Former board member

Curriculum vitae

After one year exchange at the TU Munich, Georges received, in 2011, both, a M.Sc in Electrical Engineering and a M.Res in Image Processing from Institut National des Sciences Appliquees (INSA) and Ecole Centrale de Lyon, in France. Afterwards, he moved to California where he spent one year as a Visiting Researcher at Stanford University, working on new methods to monitor brain oxygenation using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Then, in 2012, Georges joined the Imaging Department of Genentech, in South San Francisco, as an Image Analyst, where he spent two years working on analyses of various imaging modalities in the context of oncology early phase clinical trials. In early 2014, Georges moved to Switzerland for a joined PhD project, between Roche and ETH Zurich, on MRI methods to measure brain functional connectivity. Later this same year, he joined the LSZYSN.