ID Title PI
P01 Functional connectivity, gender differences and altered empathy in individuals with high vs. low traits of emotion dysregulation Alessandro Angrilli
P02 MUNCH – Multimodal Neuroimaging in Healthy Subjects and Neurological patients as a biomarker of healthy and abnormal brain functions
P02.1 Estimating Dynamic Connectivity States in fMRI, PET-FDG, and EEG: their associations with metabolic connectivity and cognitive measures, and neurological impairment in stroke Maurizio Corbetta
P02.2 Tensor-Based Microstructural models to relate structural and functional connectivity Alessandra Bertoldo
P02.3 Neuroimaging of brain tumor for improving neurological outcome and surgical planning Alessandra Bertoldo
P03 EEG resting state and cognition in healthy and MCI older adults Patrizia Bisiacchi
P04 Duration processing and mental time travel in Parkinson’s disease Mario Bonato
P05 Modeling Parkinson’s disease neurodegeneration mechanisms and therapeutic strategies using induced pluripotent stem cells Mario Bortolozzi
P06 ConnectHomo: From finding connections among functions in the brain to identify similarities among individuals in the world Maurizio Corbetta
P07 Neural correlates of clinical and neuropsychological symptoms in Anorexia Nervosa: a longitudinal study Angela Favaro
P08 Is scientific evidence mainly flawed? The need to assess credibility of scientific evidence with meta-research Angela Favaro
P09 Transition to severe mental illness in at-risk mental state: a multi-modal approach Elena Tenconi
P10 Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) in Anorexia Nervosa (AN): clinical, cognitive and functional correlates of dorsal and medial prefrontal stimulation. Elena Tenconi
P11 Investigating sensory processing in migraine models: from cellular and circuit mechanisms to brain-wide dynamics Daniela Pietrobon
P12 What makes us tick: looking for invariants in the bursty dynamics of interaction networks – human, animal, computer, and brain networks Giovanni Zanzotto
P13 Neurophysiological and neuropsychological correlates of gait in stroke survivors’rehabilitation: towards an integrated exoskeleton device for gait rehabilitation Alessandra Del Felice
P14 The startle reflex, a measure of motivation, attention and psychopathology: parallel evolutionin humans and drosophila melanogaster Aram Megighian
P15 Social influence and stubbornness in animal model populations during cognitive processes for decision-making and action selection Aram Megighian
P16 The effect of posture on resting-state EEG connectivity in healthy individuals and stroke
Chiara Spironelli
P17 Controllability and Observability of Rat Brain Activity Stefano Vassanelli
P18 Intrinsic brain activity and sensory coding in the rodent whisker somatosensory system Stefano Vassanelli
P19 The Critical Brain in Action Samir Simon Suweis
P20 Neuromodulation and neurofeedback of inter-hemispheric dynamics as tools to rehabilitate and potentiate high-level cognitive functioning Antonino Vallesi
P21 A model of neurovisceral integration: the central-autonomic network in psychopathology and medical conditions
P21.1 The central-autonomic network in the association between depression and coronary heart disease Daniela Palomba
P21.2 The central-autonomic network in the association between depression and Anorexia Nervosa Daniela Palomba
P21.3 Central-autonomic measures of impaired attentional inhibition of unpleasant stimuli in individuals with dysphoria Claudio Gentili