Alessandra Bertoldo is Full Professor of Bioengineering at the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Padova.
Her research interests are mainly related to the development of mathematical models for analysis and control of biological systems and to the quantification of functional positron emission tomography and magnetic resonance images. Current personal and collaborative research activities include: Mathematical models for quantitative PET studies, Methods for magnetic resonance functional imaging, Imaging genetics, Non-linear mixed effects modeling, Quantitative multimodal imaging.
During her career, she has contributed to several national as well as international research projects. She teaches Imaging for Neuroscience for the Bioengineering Master’s Degree Program at the University of Padova. From 2015, she also teaches Statistical Methods for Bioengineering (Bachelor’s Degree Program in Information Engineering at the University of Padova).
She is the Referent of the Master’s Degree Program in Bioengineering and of the Bachelor’s Degree Program in Biomedical Engineering.
She is member of the board of the Doctoral School on Neuroscience of the Padova Neuroscience Center of the University of Padova.
Since November 2015, she is member of the IEEE-EMBC Technical Committee on Biomedical Imaging and Image Processing.
Since May 2016 she is member of the Board of Directors of the Padova Neuroscience Center, University of Padova. Since March 2017, she is vice-director of the Padova Neuroscience Center of the University of Padova.
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