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  • Lia Talozzi

    Lia Talozzi

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Neurology and Neurological Sciences

    BioDr. Talozzi aims to contribute to the definition of quantitative biomarkers for neurological pathologies. She has a physics background, and a master's in applied physics. She graduated with honors from Bologna University, where she pursued her Ph.D. in Biomedical and Neuromotor Sciences. During her doctoral studies, she worked primarily with magnetic resonance imaging, majoring in tractography methods, for which she was awarded a scholarship at the Neuroanatomy and Tractography Laboratory, King's College London. Subsequently, she exploited dimensionality reduction techniques for associating white matter damage with clinical symptoms within the Bordeaux University Disconnectome ERC grant. Currently, she expanded her research horizons to genetic investigations by joining the Greicius Lab. She aims to develop novel strategies for modeling risk scores for Alzheimer's pathology using long read sequencing methodologies.

  • Sergei Tugin

    Sergei Tugin

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Neurology and Neurological Sciences

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsDeviation of the brain functioning can result in severe repercussions to the human body, up to and including disability. Noninvasive diagnostic and treatment tools, such as TMS and EEG, have vast potentiation in the treatment of neurological deviations such as epilepsy and depression. The current protocols induced contradictory results and are therefore slow to be accepted into mainstream clinical practice. My primary interest is to investigate the neurophysiological sources of this variability.