Ileana Montagna holds a Bachelor in Molecular Biology (University of Naples Federico II) and a Master’s degree in Neurobiology (University of Pavia). She is currently a PhD student in Biomedical Sciences at University of Pavia.
Techniques: In vivo electrophysiology and optogenetics on mice.
Research field: Investigation of cerebellar plasticity and functional connectivity with other areas of the brain.
Anita Monteverdi is a PhD student in Physiology (University of Pavia). She holds a Master degree in Medicinal Chemistry (University of Pavia) and prepared her thesis in collaboration with the Institute of Neurology,UCL (London).
Techniques: High Density Multielectrode array recordings on cerebellar slices; functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging(fMRI); MR spectroscopy (MRs).
Research field: Electrophysiological and imaging investigation of cerebellar network function