Full professor of the Department of Medicine at the University of Barcelona, member of the University’s Institute of Neurosciences of the August Pi i Sunyer Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBAPS).
Professor Emeritus of the Department of Medicine at the University of Barcelona.
My background is in neuropsychology and neurosciences. I’m currently an associate professor of the Department of Medicine of the University of Barcelona (UB) and member of the UB Institute of Neurosciences.
My main research is focused on the study of aging and cognitive impairment in neurodegenerative disorders, mainly in Parkinson’s disease. I am also involved in a line of research on psychiatric pathology. I am interested in using novel MRI techniques to identify neuroimaging biomarkers associated with vulnerability to developing neurodegenerative diseases and their progression.
My main goal focuses on applying neuroimaging techniques to get rigorous knowledge and better understanding of brain processes. I have a degree in Physics and a PhD in Biomedical Engineering, and have handled a wide sort of MR (MRI, fMRI, DTI, MRS) and PET modalities. My scientific interests are based around multivariate pattern analysis to find key features that provide efficient characterizations of populations. Currently, I’m a member of the UB Institute of Neurosciences, where I play the role of scientifically looking after neuroimaging topics.
Postdoctoral researcher and neuropsychologist.
Biomedical engineer. My research interest is focused on applying data science methods and statistical approaches to neuroimaging analyses, as well as using brain connectivity measures to improve our knowledge of the structure and integrity of networks in certain neurological diseases. Furthermore, being at CJNeurolab has given me the opportunity to explore neuroscience from different perspectives.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Toronto (CA), and the Medicine Department at the University of Barcelona. Member of the Institute of Neurosciences .
My main research is focused on the study of cerebral changes associated with cognitive impairment in Parkinson’s disease. I am also interested in the study of the brain functional connectivity characterizing gender both from stationary and dynamical approaches.