The Center studies with systems-level neuroscience in human subjects and in animal models, including psychophysical techniques, functional imaging and computational approaches. The research includes examining how sensory cues and active movements of the body are integrated to support perception, studying brain mechanisms for attention and timing, studying functional connectivity in the brain, devising advanced methods for decoding/encoding neurophysiological signals.
Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Systems
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Michelon F., Iurilli G.
A mechanosensory feedback signal that uncouples external and self-generated sensory responses in the olfactory cortex
Computational and System Neuroscience (Cosyne)
Pagani M., Zerbi V., Galbusera A., Wenderoth N., Lombardo M., Milham M., Di Martino A., Gozzi A.
Cross-species fMRI reveals transcriptomically and behaviorally-dissociable autism neurosubtypes
Annual Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)
Ragone E., Tanner J., Jo Y., Zamani Esfahlani F., Faskowitz J., Pope M., Coletta L., Gozzi A., Betzel R.
Modular subgraphs in large-scale connectomes underpin spontaneous co-fluctuation events in mouse and human brains
Communications Biology, vol. 7, (no. 1)