GR-2016_MB

TRASMISSIONE DEL SEGNALE CORTICO-CORTICALE E ALTERAZIONI DELLA CONNETTIVITA’ CEREBRALE ALLO STADIO PRODROMICO E DURANTE LA PROGRESSIONE DELLA MALATTIA: UN APPROCCIO MULTIMODALE DI TMS-EEG E MRI AVANZATO PI: Dott.ssa Marta Bortoletto Ente Finanziatore: Ministero della Salute Italiano (BANDO Giovani Ricercatori GR-2016-02364132) Stato dello studio / Arruolamento: Arruolamento in corso Popolazione Target: persone senza deficit cognitivi, con … Read more GR-2016_MB

GR2016_DB

UN TRATTAMENTO CON STIMOLAZIONE MAGNETICA INNOVATIVO E PERSONALIZZATO PER LA DEMENZA DI ALZHEIMER PI: Dott.ssa Debora Brignani Ente Finanziatore: Ministero della Salute Italiano (BANDO Giovani Ricercatori GR-2016-02364718) Stato dello studio / Arruolamento: Arruolamento in corso Popolazione Target: Malattia di Alzheimer Obiettivi del progetto Questa ricerca ha lo scopo di valutare l’efficacia di due protocolli di … Read more GR2016_DB

Past members – fellows – students

Past members – fellows – students Alice BolliniUnit for visual impaired peopleIstituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), GenovaEmail: alicebollini.987@gmail.com Claudio BonatoNeurologiaCasa di Cura PederzoliPeschiera, Verona, Italy Michela Brambilla Gabriella Busonero Marco CalabriaCentre for Brain and CognitionPompeu Fabra UniversityBarcelona, Spainhttp://spb.upf.edu/node/293Email: calabria.marc@gmail.com Jesus CesponBasque Center on Cognition, Brain and LanguageDonostia / San Sebastián (Spain)Email: j.cespon@bcbl.eu Susana Cid FernándezLaboratorio … Read more Past members – fellows – students

Take part in our studies

Volunteers who take part in our studies are extremely important: they make our research possible. If you are interested to take part in our studies, or if you simply seek further information, contact us by phone (+00390303501594) or by e-mail (neurofisiologia@fatebenefratelli.eu) All ongoing studies at the Cognitive Neuroscience Section have been approved by the Ethics … Read more Take part in our studies

Synthesis GR-2016-02364718

Novel tailored network-based rTMS treatments in Alzheimer’s disease: an integrated multi-imaging approach Project funded by Italian Ministry of Health, Young Researcher Grant – Ricerca Finalizzata 2016 (GR-2016-02364718). Severe alterations of brain networks connectivity have been described in Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) has gained evidence as an effective tool to modulate brain … Read more Synthesis GR-2016-02364718

Synthesis FISM 2016/R/2

Temporal and spatial features of interhemispheric information transfer in multiple sclerosis: a multimodal approach of TMS-EEG coregistration, MRI and motor learning Project funded by the Italian Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (FISM 2016/R/2). Demyelination occurring in multiple sclerosis (MS) causes deficits in the conducting properties of axons, altering electrical signaling in the central nervous system. The corpus … Read more Synthesis FISM 2016/R/2

Synthesis GR-2016-02364132

Cortico-cortical signal transmission and brain connectivity alterations at prodromal stage and during the progression of Alzheimer’s disease: a multimodal approach of TMS-EEG and advanced MR Project funded by Italian Ministry of Health, Young Researcher Grant – Ricerca Finalizzata 2016 (GR-2016-02364132). Recently, Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has been defined a disconnection syndrome, leading to an increased interest … Read more Synthesis GR-2016-02364132

Synthesis RF-2013-02356444

Neuroplasticity and Alzheimer’s disease: integrated approach to identify biological and neurophysiological markers Project funded by Italian Ministry of Health, Ordinary Projects Grant – Ricerca Finalizzata 2013 (RF-2013-02356444) The goal of this proposal is to characterize genetic, molecular and neurophysiological alterations in Alzheimer’s disease and to determine their impact on cortical neuroplasticity and connectivity through a … Read more Synthesis RF-2013-02356444