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Dante Mantini


Sir Henry Dale Wellcome Research Fellow

  • Group Leader at ETH Zurich

Research Summary

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