MEng MBA PhD
Sir Henry Dale Wellcome Research Fellow
- Group Leader at ETH Zurich
Perception, cognition and behaviour are achieved through concerted neural activity in large-scale functional networks. Despite enormous recent progress, the understanding of how brain regions exchange information is still limited.
My research combines a set of different techniques (functional magnetic resonance imaging, electroencephalography, magnetoencephalography) to investigate neuronal communication in large-scale networks at a variety of temporal and spatial scales.
My research endeavor delivers advanced brain imaging methods for neuroscientists studying different aspects of brain organisation, as well as long-needed theoretical foundations on brain functioning that can support individualized treatment of neurological and psychiatric patients
Quantitative Evaluation of Intensity Inhomogeneity Correction Methods for Structural MR Brain Images.
Ganzetti M. et al, (2016), Neuroinformatics, 14, 5 - 21
Asymmetrical white matter networks for attending to global versus local features.
Chechlacz M. et al, (2015), Cortex, 72, 54 - 64
Differential functional brain network connectivity during visceral interoception as revealed by independent component analysis of fMRI TIME-series.
Jarrahi B. et al, (2015), Hum Brain Mapp, 36, 4438 - 4468
Estimating a neutral reference for electroencephalographic recordings: the importance of using a high-density montage and a realistic head model.
Liu Q. et al, (2015), J Neural Eng, 12
Mapping pathological changes in brain structure by combining T1- and T2-weighted MR imaging data.
Ganzetti M. et al, (2015), Neuroradiology, 57, 917 - 928