Marco Zanon

Cognitive neuroscience research can take advantage of several methods to investigate human behavior and the underlying brain processes. The increasingly complex methods impose a fast pace to be updated with the refirement of established techniques and with new methodological improvements for data collection and analysis. 

My research focuses on implementing and developing new methods in support of the scientific research programs carried out at the SISSA, with a particular focus to TMS, EEG, and fMRI. I am also interested in multi-modal approaches (i.e., TMS-EEG co-registration) to offer new tools and prospects in cognitive neuroscience.

As a key part of my role, I manage the human laboratories of the Neuroscience sector and assist the Cognitive Neuroscience groups with experimental design, data analysis and Matlab programming.