This is the third and last
for this year.
You will find in it a fascinating interview with
. The lesson she taught me in
gracious kindness is not less powerful than all that
she discusses at page 4: the relations between
industry, academy and medicine, as well as the role
of women in the scientific community.
One of those women is
: I am so
glad that she accepted my offer to be part of the
Women in Science
section: her positive attitude
and her exceptional vitality are an example to
follow. Find her energy and talent at page 12.
With a lump in my throat, I conclude this
edition, like I did before with
. I am sincerely grateful to the
who shared their work and their
passion with me. I wish you success with all my
heart. But diamonds are forever: somebody is
already working atMICCAI 2017 in Canada :
tells us more about it at page 22.
MICCAI did me a huge honor, for which I am truly
grateful. In particular, I am indebted to
Ourselin and his team
for trusting me fully and
giving me complete editorial freedom. In the same
breath, I wish to congratulate
Cagla and all Dekon
for their professionalism.
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