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Daniel Gutierrez

Postdoctoral Fellow
Post Doc
Functional Neuroimaging
Research center
About
Daniel has a BSc. in Mechanical Engineering (2010) with a minor in education, and a BSc. in Physics (2011) from the University of Los Andes in Bogota, Colombia. He then moved to Pamplona, Spain, and did an MSc. in Neuroscience and Cognition, under the scholarship Banco Santander, and working on machine learning approaches to study resting state networks in multimodal BOLD-ASL fMRI data. He then went to Rovereto to the University of Trento and did a PhD (Cum Laudeì) in Cognitive Science at the Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, at IIT-CNCS Neural Computation Lab of Stefano Panzeri, and under the co-supervision of Alessandro Gozzi. This project entailed the dynamic characterization of fMRI brain states in the mouse brain. He then continued this research line both computationally, and experimentally at A. Gozzi's Functional Neuroimaging Lab, and is currently investigating the neural correlates of intrisic brain dynamics, and the role of neuromodulatory systems in shaping these states.
Education

Title: BSc. Mechanical Engineering
Institute: Universidad de los Andes
Location: Bogota
Country: Colombia
From: 2005 To: 2010

Title: BSc. Physics
Institute: Universidad de los Andes
Location: Bogota
Country: Colombia
From: 2007 To: 2011

Title: MSc. in Neuroscience and Cognition
Institute: Universidad de Navarra
Location: Pamplona
Country: Spain
From: 2013 To: 2014

Title: PhD. Cognitive Science
Institute: University of Trento
Location: Rovereto
Country: Italy
From: 2014 To: 2018

All Publications
2021
Montani C., Canella C., Schwarz A.J., Li J., Gilmour G., Galbusera A., Wafford K., Gutierrez-Barragan D., McCarthy A., Shaw D., Knitowski K., McKinzie D., Gozzi A., Felder C.
The M1/M4 preferring muscarinic agonist xanomeline modulates functional connectivity and NMDAR antagonist-induced changes in the mouse brain
Neuropsychopharmacology, vol. 46, (no. 6), pp. 1194-1206
Article Journal
2020
Canella C., Rocchi F., Noei S., Gutierrez-Barragan D., Coletta L., Galbusera A., Pagani M., Pasqualetti M., Iurilli G., Panzeri S., Gozzi A.
Cortical silencing results in paradoxical fMRI over-connectivity
OHBM ANNUAL MEETING
Poster Conference
2020
Rocchi F., Canella C., Noei S., Galbusera A., Coletta L., Gutierrez-Barragan D., Pasqualetti M., Panzeri S., Gozzi A.
Paradoxical fMRI overconnectivity upon neural silencing of the prefrontal cortex
Forum of European Neuroscience
Poster Conference
2019
Gutierrez-Barragan D., Basson M.A., Panzeri S., Gozzi A.
Infraslow State Fluctuations Govern Spontaneous fMRI Network Dynamics
Current Biology, vol. 29, (no. 14), pp. 2295-2306.e5
Article Journal
2019
Gutierrez-Barragan D., Basson A.M., Panzeri S., Gozzi A.
Oscillatory brain states govern rsfMRI network dynamics in the mouse brain
Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Poster Conference
Scientific Talks
2020
Gutierrez-Barragan D., Panzeri S., Xu T., Gozzi A.
Evolutionarily conserved fMRI network dynamics in the human, macaque and mouse brain
Bernstein Conference
Conference
2019
Gutierrez-Barragan D.
Brain-wide mapping of fMRI network dynamics
Voxelwise Preclinical Neuroimage Analysis Workshop
Workshop/Symposium
2019
Gutierrez-Barragan D., Canella C., Galbusera A., Panzeri S., Gozzi A.
Pharmacological stimulation of cholinergic activity alters brain-wide spontaneous fMRI network dynamics
ISMRM
Conference
2018
Gutierrez-Barragan D., Panzeri S., Gozzi A.
Brain-wide mapping of intrinsic network dynamics in the mouse brain reveals recurrent and oscillating Co-activation Patterns
ISMRM - Italian Chapter
Conference
2018
Gutierrez-Barragan D., Basson A.M., Panzeri S., Gozzi A.
Voxel-wise mapping of spontaneous brain network dynamics in the mouse brain
ISMRM
Conference
Oral presentations
2018
Gutierrez-Barragan D.
Brain-wide mapping of fMRI network dynamics in the mouse brain
Brain-wide mapping of fMRI network dynamics in the mouse brain
Book