Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering
Aston UniversityBirmingham, B4 7ET
Email: email@example.comRoom number: MB555
I joined Aston University in July 2017 as a Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering, having spent the previous 3 years in Germany as a research and teaching fellow at the Technical University of Dresden and postdoctoral researcher at Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, working on the field of Computational Neurosciences and Brain Networks.
BE3MI1 – Medical Imaging
From a neuroscientific point of view, I am interested in affective neurosciences and mathematical cognition, where I am studying the impact of mathematical anxiety so in mental arithmetics as well as in pure working memory tasks. I am also working with neurofeedback, and it's potential application in neurovascular diseases. From a methodological perspective, my main research interests are based mostly on human connectivity, where I am currently investigating the connectivity phenotypes of personality using fMRI. I am also interested in graph theoretical modeling of human's brain, as well as the modulation introduced in brain networks either by affective and/or cognitive stimuli or under pathological circumstances.
Society of Applied Neuroscience (SAN)Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE-EMB)Max Planck SocietyHellenic Society of Neuroscience (HSN)Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS)MENSAInternational Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE)European Alliance for Medical and Biological Engineering Science (EAMBES)International Brain Research Organization (IBRO)Hellenic Society of Biomedical Engineering (ELEVIT)