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Piergiorgio Salvan


Postdoctoral Research Associate in Brain Plasticity

Piergiorgio is a post-doctoral researcher working in Prof Heidi Johansen-Berg’s Plasticity lab.

Piergiorgio is interested in brain mechanisms of reorganisation. An important question in basic neurosciences is how modifications in local neuronal activity may affect whole-brain dynamics and network-level communication. Studying these mechanisms, and how they can go wrong, may help us better understand the computation underlying learning and recovery.  Applying a range of (non-invasive/invasive) neurostimulation tools together with computational approaches and animal models, can provide novel, causal insight into these mechanisms.

Piergiorgio obtained his PhD at King’s College London (Feb 2017) for his work on the ontogeny of the human language brain network.

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