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.

University of Naples Luigi Vanvitelli
Naples, Italy

Spinal Cord Stimulation Mechanisms: Results from Animal Studies