I was born in Lauria (Basilicata) in 1992. I got both my Bachelor and Master degrees in Physics at the University of Pisa. The title of my Master Thesis, supervised by Prof. Michela Tosetti and Dr. Laura Biagi, was “Study of brain networks through structural and functional connectivity using Magnetic Resonance Imaging”. I have been carrying out my thesis project at the Laboratory of Medical Physics and Biotechnologies for Magnetic Resonance at the IRCCS Stella Maris Foundation in Calambrone (Pisa). My research interests involve the development and application of advanced Magnetic Resonance techniques, focusing on research into biomarkers for neurological diseases during brain development and for neurodegenerative diseases affecting the brain in the late adulthood. I am interested in data analysis model for the study of brain connectivity as well.
Techniques of Magnetic Resonance Imaging for the study of brain connectivity: applications and development at Ultra-High Field Presentation
High-temperature superconductors Presentation