The recent paradigm shift in cerebellar neuroscience calls for the introduction of mundane technologies to fully unravel the role of the cerebellum in disorders like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or ataxia. A novel approach comprising of optical (fNIRS) and electrophysiological (EEG) measurements can be used as a flexible diagnostic and monitoring tool and alternative to fMRI.
Falling Walls Falling Walls Science Summit 2022
Translational Neuroscience: Breaking the Wall of Cerebellar Neuroscience
Emerging Talents Global Call Winner
Université Côte d'Azur
Giulia Rocco is a PhD fellow at Côte d’Azur University (Nice, France) in BoostUrCAreer, a multidisciplinary doctoral programme in e-health. She holds a MSc in Biomedical Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Milan (Milan, Italy). She has an international research background obtained at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden) and the KU Leuven (Leuven, Belgium). Her research focuses on biomedical signal processing for new monitoring and diagnostic systems. She is currently working in the field of neuroscience searching for new ways to explore the cerebellum.