Jean-Marie ESCANYE

Jean-Marie ESCANYE


Maître de Conférences – Praticien Hospitalier (MCU-PH)




telephone+33 (0)3 83 68 13 25


fax+33 (0)3 83 68 43 47


courrieljean-marie.escanye@univ-lorraine.fr



recherche_icn Domaine de recherche:


Recherches au CRM2 (Equipe RMN) :

– Applications biomédicales de l’IRM et de la SRM

– Instrumentation (antennes RF)

– Méthodes quantitatives



mission_icn Mission:


Enseignant à la Faculté de Médecine de Nancy (Université de Lorraine)

Praticien Hospitalier en Médecine Nucléaire (CHU de NANCY)

Recherche en Biophysique (Faculté de Médecine) et RMN (Faculté des Sciences)

 



enseignement_icn Enseignement


– Biophysique « de base » (UE3) de la PACES (Nancy)

– Applications médicales de l’Imagerie (IRM) et

  de la Spectroscopie (SRM) RMN  (Master)

– Biophysique « avancée » et traitement des images (Master)


publication_icn Publications:


Odille F., Escanyé J.-M., Atkinson D., Bonnemains L., Felblinger J.
Nonrigid registration improves MRI T-2 quantification in heart transplant patient follow-up
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 52 (2015) 174-198 DOI link

Kimmoun A., Ducrocq N., Sennoun N., Issa K., Strub C., Escanyé J.-M., Leclerc S., Levy B.
Efficient Extra- and Intracellular Alkalinization Improves Cardiovascular Functions in Severe Lactic Acidosis Induced by Hemorrhagic Shock
Anesthesiology 120 (2014) 926-934 DOI link

Bonnemains L., Villemin T., Escanye J.-M., Hossu G., Odille F., Vanhuyse F., Felblinger J., Marie P.-Y.
Diagnostic and prognostic value of MRI T2 quantification in heart transplant patients
Transplant International 27(1) (2014) 69-76 DOI link

de Roquefeuil M., Vuissoz P.-A., Escanyé J.-M., Felblinger J.
Effect of physiological heart rate variability on quantitative T2 measurement with ECG-gated Fast Spin Echo (FSE) sequence and its retrospective correction
Magnetic Resonance Imaging 31 (2013) 1559-1566 DOI link

Salameh W., Leclerc S., Stemmelen D., Escanyé J.M.
NMR imaging of Water Flow in Packed Beds
Diffusion Fundamentals 14-5 (2010) 1-5

L. Guendouz, S.M.O.A. Ghaly, A. Hedjiedj, J.-M. Escanyé, D. Canet
Improved Helmholtz-type magnetic resonance imaging coils with high-B1 homogeneity-spherical and ellipsoidal four-coil systems
Conc. Magn. Reson. B 33 (2008) 9-20

S. Leclerc, G. Trausch, J.-M. Escanyé, D. Canet
NMR measurement of self-diffusion by slice selection
J. Chem. Phys. 121 (2004) 405-408

R. Raulet, J.M. Escanyé, F. Humbert, D. Canet
Quasi-immunity of B1 gradient NMR microscopy to magnetic susceptibility distorsions
J. Magn. Reson. A119 (1996) 111-114

Z. Chati, F. Zannad, C. Jeandel, B. Lherbier, J.M. Escanyé, J. Robert, E. Aliot
Physical deconditioning may be a mechanism for the skeletal muscle energy phosphate metabolism abnormalities in chronic heart failure
Am. Heart J. 131 (1996) 560-566

Z. Chati, C. Michel, J.M. Escanyé, P.M. Mertes, C. Ribuot, D. Canet, F. Zannad
Skeletal muscle ß-adrenoreceptors and phosphate metabolism abnormalities in heat failure in rats
Am. J. Physiol. 271 (1996) 0-0

J.M. Escanyé, D. Canet, J. Robert
Nuclear magnetic relaxation studies of water in frozen biological tissues. Cross-relaxation effects between protein and bound water protons.
J. Magn. Reson. 58 (1984) 118-131

J.M. Escanyé, D. Canet, J. Robert
Mesure in vivo des temps de relaxation T1 du proton par bobine de surface multifréquence : étude expérimentale sur la souris porteuse de tumeur.
J. Biophys. et Med. Nucl. 8 (1984) 67-70

J.M. Escanyé, D. Canet, J. Robert
Résonance magnétique nucléaire comparée des protons dans les tissus cancéreux et sains de la souris, à fréquence et température variables.
Compt. Rend. Soc. Biol. 177 (1983) 347-347

J.M. Escanyé, D. Canet, J. Robert
Frequency dependence of water proton longitudinal NMR relaxation times in mouse tissues around the freezing transition.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 762 (1983) 445-451

J.M. Escanyé, D. Canet, J. Robert
Frequency dependence of water proton longitudinal nuclear magnetic relaxation times in mouse tissues at 2O°C.
Biochim. Biophys. Acta 721 (1982) 305-311

J.M. Escanyé, D. Canet, J. Robert, J. Brondeau
NMR proton longitudinal relaxation times in tissue of the tumour-bearing C3H mouse studied as a function of frequency.
Cancer Detect. and Prevent. 4 (1981) 261-265