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Dr. Marco Pagani’s Work Featured at the 2022 Society for Neuroscience Meeting

December 14, 2022
Dr. Pagani presents the findings of his study at the 2022 SFN Meeting

Marco Pagani, PhD, a Marie Curie Global Research Fellow in the Autism Center at the Child Mind Institute and member of the Gozzi Lab at the Italian Institute of Technology, was selected by the Society for Neuroscience (SFN) to present his work at the press conference for their 2022 annual meeting. The 2022 SFN meeting in San Diego took place from November 12–16. This year, more than 12,000 papers and abstracts were considered for publication at the annual conference. Dr. Pagani’s submission was one of only 50 selected to be featured at this prestigious press event.

Dr. Pagani’s Work

Dr. Pagani’s poster for the conference focused on subtyping autism using a multidisciplinary approach to fMRI. More specifically, his study used magnetic resonance imaging and advanced computational methods to look at similarities and differences in rodent and human brains and ultimately to shed light on autism subtypes. Spectrum News spoke with him about his poster and both a full length article and the resulting video of Dr. Pagani summarizing his findings were recently featured on their website.

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Tagged with: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Science and Research
Topic: Autism
Marco Pagani, PhD
Marco Pagani, PhD, is a Marie Curie Global Research Fellow at the Autism Center of the Child Mind Institute and … Read Bio