Lecturer in biomedical engineering
Frederique holds a bachelors degree in biomedical sciences and Masters degree in bio-electronics and nanotechnology from the University of Hasselt, Belgium. He further holds an MSc in Molecular Medicine from Cranfield University and a PhD in engineering from the University of Leicester. Before starting at NTU, Frederique was a research fellow at the University of Southampton.
Frederique’s research interests focus on biomedical signal and image processing. During his PhD, Frederique worked on non-invasively estimating sources of atrial fibrillation from body surface maps (high-resolution electrocardiograms). He also worked on the quantification of cardiac scar tissue induced by catheter ablation from MRI scans. His research fellowship at the University of Southampton involved the detection of brain responses to speech stimuli using electro-encephalography (EEG). These responses were used for evaluation of hearing aid fitting. He has also measured EEG activity for estimating changes in brain activity during exposure to whole-body vibration.
Sponsors and collaborators
Frederique has collaborated with several academic research groups in the UK and international, including Imperial College London, the University of Manchester and Radboud University Nijmegen (the Netherlands). He has collaborations with Interacoustics (Denmark) and other industrial collaborators.
Vanheusden FJ, Bell SL, Chesnaye MA, Simpson DM (2017). Improved Detection of Vowel Envelope Frequency-Following Responses using Hotelling’s T2 Analysis. Ear and Hearing, accepted, published ahead of print on 11/05/2018, https://europepmc.org/abstract/med/29757799.
Salinet JL, Schlindwein FS, Stafford PJ, Almeida TP, Li X, Vanheusden FJ, Guillem MS and Ng GA (2017). Propagation of Meandering Rotors Surrounded by High Dominant Frequency Areas in Persistent Atrial Fibrillation. Heart Rhythm, 14(9); 1268-1278.
Li X, Salinet JL, Almeida TP, Vanheusden FJ, Chu GS, Ng, GA and Schlindwein FS (2017). An Interactive Platform to Guide Catheter Ablation in Human Persistent Atrial Fibrillation using Dominant Frequency, Organization and Phase Mapping. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 141; 83-92.
Almeida TP, Chu GS, Salinet JL, Vanheusden FJ, Li X, Tuan JH, Stafford PJ, Schlindwein FS and Ng GA (2016). Minimizing Discordances in Automated Classification of Fractionated Electrograms in Human Persistent Atrial Fibrillation. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 54(11); 1695-1706.
Frederique has also published over 30 conference papers.
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