Giovanni was trained as a physician and neurologist in Rome, under the supervision of world leaders in the fields of neurophysiology, multimodal neuroimaging and brain stimulation.
After becoming a neurologist, he moved to the Danish Research Institute for Magnetic Resonance (Copenhagen, Denmark) and then McGill University (Montreal, Canada), where he worked with clinical experts in the epilepsy unit and methodology researchers, for three years.
He was a physician and researcher at the IRCCS hospital in S. Camillo in Venice between 2016 and 2018 and continued his training at the Neurological Institute and The Hospital of Montreal until a few weeks ago, before returning to the S. Camillo hospital as part of the staff.
He is associate editor for an international journal of peer-reviewed neurology and reviewer for over 20 international journals.
Giovanni has a strong background in neurology and his main asset is the ability to combine clinical knowledge with a deep understanding of the technical and methodological aspects of neuroimages, neurophysiology and brain stimulation.
Giovanni is in fact interested in bringing cutting-edge technology into clinical application, from the laboratory to the patient’s bed.
It employed a combination of various neuroscientific techniques (electroencephalography (EEG), magnetoencephalography (MEG), near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and non-invasive brain stimulation) to study brain function under different neurological conditions, particularly stroke and epilepsy.
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