Institution: Saint-Joseph University (USJ) – Beirut, Lebanon

Laboratory / Department: Department of Neuroscience, Faculty of Medicine,

Position: Professor of Neuroscience & Neuroimaging (Beirut)

Associate member of the French Academy of Medicine (Paris) & Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (London)

Research topic: morphofunctional neuroimaging & clinical neuroscience

Methodologies: morphological and neuroimaging (MR) approaches to brain cortex

5 significant publications:

  • TAMRAZ J, SABAN R, REPERANT J, CABANIS EA (1990), Définition d’un plan de référence céphalique en imagerie par résonance magnétique: le plan chiasmato-commissural. CR Acad Sci Paris 311 (III):115-121
  • TAMRAZ J & COMAIR Y, Atlas of Regional Anatomy of the Brain using MR, with functional correlations Ed. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Wien, New York, 330 p. (2000, 2006 english and chinese editions)
  • TAMRAZ J, OUTIN C, SECCA MF, SOUSSI B, Principles of MRI of the Head, Base of Skull and Spine, with Clinical correlations (english). Springer-Verlag, Paris, Heidelberg, Wien, New York, 657 p. (2001) & I.R.M. de la Tête, de la Base du Crâne et du Rachis (french). Ed. Springer-Verlag, Paris, 2ème édition, Paris, Heidelberg, New York, 710 p. (2000 1st Ed., 2004 2nd Ed.)
  • TAMRAZ J, Magnetic resonance imaging in epileptogenic neoplasms. In Textbook of epilepsy surgery, section 8: The epileptic lesion, Hans O LUDERS Ed., Informa Healthcare, UK Ltd, 1582 p. (2008)
  • TAMRAZ J & COMAIR Y, Structural imaging for identification of functional brain regions. In, Clinical Brain Mapping, D. YOSHOR & E. MIZRAHI Ed., McGraw – Hill Ed., 420 p. (2012)

Participation in the EMN-Online teaching:

  • S3 – Regulations, laws and Bioethics
  • S3 – Economy
  • S3 / T3 – Morphofunctional neuroimaging
  • S3 / T3 – Pathophysiology of neurological diseases
  • S3 / T3 – Diagnostic and therapeutic tools development
  • Partners

  • partner_idex
    Excellence Initiative of the University of Bordeaux
  • partner_erasmus
    Erasmus+ Programme
  • partner_mns
    Mediterranean Neuroscience Society
  • partner_ibro
    International Brain Research Organization