Antonietta Canna, PhD Post Doc

I am a biomedical engineer, graduated at the University of Naples Federico II. After my degree, I specialized on image and signal processing, completing an additional Master course regarding the Advanced techniques for Neuroimaging studies at University of Salerno. I received a PhD in Translational Medicine and, after that, I spent almost one year of my post-doc at the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research (CMRR) where I worked on several projects including the study of MRI relaxations as markers of abnormalities in clinical populations, the application of orientation selective stimulation in different deep brain stimulations studies (OSS-DBS) in rats and swine and I am involved in several clinical studies like the Multiple System Atrophy and Diabetes. I also conducted numerous studies about the use of high spatial resolution fMRI to investigate the brain processing of human gustatory perception.

Facility:
University of Naples Luigi Vanvitelli
Location:
Naples, Italy
Session(s):

Spinal Cord Stimulation Mechanisms: Results from Animal Studies