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WHO WE ARE: the staff

Marina Boccardi, Staff Scientist

After a degree in Experimental Psychology, she obtained her PhD in Neurosciences at the Kuopio University (Finland) discussing a work titled "MRI Studies in Frontotemporal Dementia (http://www.uku.fi/neuro/theses/80the.pdf)". Since 2000 she has been working for LENITEM (IRCCS Fatebenefratelli, Brescia), using traditional and advanced neuroimaging techniques to study human brain morphology, focusing mainly on psychobiological issues. She is author of a number of articles on cerebral morphometry in normal subjects or in subjects with neurodegenerative diseases (in particular, frontotemporal dementia) and she is recently exploring in depth the morphometrical correlations of psychiatric conditions.

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Samantha Galluzzi, Staff Scientist

Since 1999 she is research within the LENITEM (Laboratory of Epidemiology, Neuroimaging and Telemedicine) in clinical application of neuroimaging in the diagnosis of cognitive decline.

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Michela Pievani, Staff Scientist

She has been working at LENITEM since 2004. She in charge of processing and analysis of structural magnetic resonance images, using classical neuroimaging techniques (voxel-based-morphometry with SPM) and advanced (cortical pattern matching). Major fields of interest are (i) morpho-structural correlates of Alzheimer's disease and (ii) modification of white matter in mild cognitive impairment and dementia.

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Alberto Redolfi, Staff Scientist

Since February 2008 he worked as a researcher in the Laboratory of Epidemiology Neuroimaging and Telemedicine. His mission is to develop the neuGRID platform "A GRID-BASED e-Infrastructure for Data Archiving / COMMUNICATION AND computationally INTENSIVE APPLICATIONS IN THE MEDICAL SCIENCES", to enable studies of computationally intensive data-analysis.

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Anna Caroli, PhD in Neuroscience

Since July 2004 she is involved in research activities at LENITEM (Laboratory of Epidemiology, Neuroimaging and Telemedicine) in the field of SPECT/PET functional imaging.

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Moira Marizzoni, PhD in Neuroscience

Degree in Molecular Biotechnology, she has been collaborating with LENITEM since 2010. Since then, she is involved in the context of neuroimaging research, with particular interest in the morphological, diffusion and functional analysis in human and mouse models of Alzheimer Disease.

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Martina Bocchetta, Doctoral Student

Degree in Neurosciences and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, she has been collaborating with LENITEM since her academic internship (2007). Since then, she is involved in the context of neuroimaging research, with particular interest in the morphological analysis of specific subcortical cerebral nuclei.She started her PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Brescia in 2012.

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Enrica Cavedo, Doctoral Student

Degree in Experimental Psychology and Cognitive and Behavioural Neurosciences. She has been collaborating with LENITEM since her university stage (2007). She is currently involved in neuroimaging researches, using techniques which allow the visualization of atrophy in specific cerebral nuclei. She started her PhD at Ecole Doctorale Cerveau Cognition Comportement, Université Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris 6 under the supervision of Prof. Dubois Bruno and Prof. Frisoni GB in November 2012.

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Luigi Antelmi, biomedical engineer

Degree in Biomedical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano (Italy), he works in the LENITEM lab since May 2012. So far he is optimizing an algorithm for the authomatic segmentation of MRI brain scans, with the purpose of providing the medical community with a useful tool for the diagnosis of the Alzheimer desease.

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Cristina Bagnoli, Project Manager

She graduated in International Management in 2009, and since 2010 she has worked for LENITEM at IRCCS Fatebenefratelli, Brescia, managing their research projects.

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Paolo Bosco, physicist

PhD in Physics from the University of Genoa, he has been collaborating with LENITEM as ICT scientist since March 2013. His main interest lies in applying physics concepts, theories and methods to medicine and healthcare. In particular he's interested in data mining methods for the implementation of CAD systems and for the extraction of innovative biomarkers from imaging data.

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Marc Djile, Assistant Researcher

High school diploma as informatician in 2008, and since 2013 he has worked for LENITEM at IRCCS Fatebenefratelli, Brescia, programmer and website developer.

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Cristina Festari, psychologist

Graduated in clinical psychology, she works with LENITEM from September 2013, dealing with neuropsychological assessments and management of clinical data in projects of beta amyloid imaging.

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Daria Gennaro, Project Assistant

She graduated in International Relations in 2012, and since 2013 she has worked for LENITEM at IRCCS Fatebenefratelli, Brescia, as project assistant, supporting the management of national and European research projects of biomedical imaging.

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Anna Mega, psychologist

She graduated in Clinical Psychology in 2009, and since 2013 she has worked for LENITEM at IRCCS Fatebenefratelli-Brescia, as Psychologist Researcher. She is currently involved in studies concerning autosomal dominant forms of Alzheimer's disease and frontotemporal lobar degeneration.

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Elena Rolandi, psychologist

Degree in "Clinical and Developmental Psychology and Neuropsychology" she has been collaborating with LENITEM since November 2013 as research assistant. She is in charge of clinical and neuroimaging management of the study "Relationship between 18-flutemetamol Amyloid imaging and post surgery delirium in elderly".

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