Mondino collaborators

Claudia Gandini Wheeler Kingshot

Casiraghi LetiziaLetizia Casiraghi (MRI laboratory) Post-Doc Physiology
Letizia ​holds a degree in Psychology (University of Pavia​)​​ and a specialization in Experimental Psychology (University of Pavia​)​​. ​​She prepared her master thesis in collaboration with the Center for Mind/Brain Sciences (CIMeC, University of Trento). She obtained her PhD in Psychology on multimodal MRI and Alzheimer Disease.

  • Techniques: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), functional MRI (task-related fMRI, resting state fMRI) and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS).
  • Research field: analysis of the dynamical properties of functional connectivity (FC) in resting state networks (RSNs) in both healthy and pathological subjects (Alzheimer Disease and Autism Spectrum Disorder​), cerebellar role in cognitive functions.

Gloria CastelCastellazzi fotolazzi (MRI laboratory) Post-doc in Biomedical Engineering.
Gloria holds a degree in Biomedical Engineering (University of Pavia), a specialization in Biomedical Engineering (Biomedical Technologies) from the University of Pavia and a PhD in Bioengineering and Bioinformatics (University of Pavia in collaboration with the C. Mondino National Neurological Institute).

  • Techniques: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), functional MRI (task-related fMRI, resting state fMRI), functional connectomics, perfusion MRI, machine learning.
  • Research field: development and optimisation of MR sequences; analysis of the dynamical properties of functional connectivity (FC) in resting state networks (RSNs) in both healthy and pathological subjects; investigation of functional cortico-cerebellar circuits in both healthy and pathological human brains by means of functional connectomics techniques; machine learning on MRI data; development of predictive models of disease progression through data mining application.

Savini GiovanniGiovanni Savini (MRI laboratory) PhD student in Physics (University of Milan).
Giovanni holds a bachelor degree in Physics (University of Pavia) and a master degree in Biomedical Physics (University of Pavia). His master thesis work was held at the Institute of Neurology, UCL (London, UK) under the supervision of Claudia A. M. Gandini Wheeler-Kingshott.

  • Techniques: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), diffusion MRI, probabilistic tractography, resting state functional MRI, connectomics.
  • Research field: development and optimization of MRI sequences, structural and functional connectome of the cerebellum.

Silvia Marchese

Marta Gaviraghi

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