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

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

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

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

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 Joint Action

The motor bases of joint actions When people act purposively together, how can their actions and thoughts be coordinated around a collective goal? An answer to this question may be extracted from accounts of ‘shared’ or ‘collective’ intentionality. We take it to be uncontroversial that this answer is correct in many cases. But does it … Read more

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 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 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