Students

  • Márcia Silva de Oliveira (post-doc)
    • The use of Granger causality's model applied to fMRI data for study of the effective connectivity of healthy subjects and epilepsy patients during experiments of verbal, visual and operational memory
  • Luis Carlos Tapia Herrera (PhD)
    • Neural connectivity using fMRI: application to the study of the language system in epilepsy patients
  • Edna Marina de Souza (PhD)
    • Characterization of structural connectivity in epilepsy patients using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI)
  • Raphael Fernandes Casseb (PhD, co-supervision)
    • Evaluation of the motor activation pattern of sensory neuron diseases patients using fMRI and effective connectivity
  • Gabriel de Faria Slenes (MSc, co-supervision)
    • The use of fMRI for evaluation of eloquent brain areas in stroke patients for aiding the development of BCI systems
  • Thiago Junqueira Ribeiro de Rezende (MSc, co-supervision)
    • Investigation of atrophies in the cerebral and cerebellar cortex of Machado-Joseph disease patients
  • Maurício Martins Baldissin (MSc, co-supervision)
    • Investigation of the use of texture analysis of MRI as an aiding tool for characterization of refractory epilepsies
  • Júlio César Somazz (undergrad)
    • Longitudinal evaluation of brain metabolites of lupus erythematosus patients using 1H-MRS
  • Patrícia de Oliveira (undergrad)
    • Study of GABA variation during visual stimulation using functional magnetic resonance spectroscopy (fMRS)
  • Sofía Isabel Coto Guzman (undergrad)
    • The use of combined EEG-NIRS as recording techniques in BCI systems