Dr Saad Jbabdi

MSc PhD (Paris)


Associate Professor at the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neuroscience.

Based at the FMRIB Centre.

Obtained PhD at Ecole Centrale Paris.


Graduate Teaching

1) Organisation and teaching at the LSI/ONBI-CDT, Oxford, 2014-: (Linear Algebra, Fourier Analysis, Image Analysis, Bayesian Inference)

2) Practical Maths, FMRIB Centre Graduate Program

Undergraduate Teaching

Maths tutorials, Engineering, St Hilda's College Oxford

Oxford Biomedical Sciences 2016 - (Matlab, Basics in Mathematics)




Broadly, my scientific goal is to achieve a better understanding of the structural and functional organisation of the brain at a systems level.  

My current research interests include:

(i)  mathematical modelling of diffusion weighted MR;

(ii) comparisons of in-vivo, ex-vivo, and histological techniques in humans and non-human primates;

(iii) human-macaque comparative anatomy;

(iv) modelling detailed microstructure with novel MR pulse sequences;

(v) modelling the topographic organisation of brain connections and their relationship to brain function;

(vi) models of individual variation in brain function.