Giacomo Bertazzoli

Corso Bettini, 31 - 38068 Rovereto
tel. 0461 283061
giacomo.bertazzoli[at]unitn [dot] it
Education
Nov 2018 – Dec 2022PhD student in Cognitive and Brain Sciences - Centre of Mind/Brain (CiMeC), Trento University

EQF level 8

 

 

University of Trento - www.unitn.it, in collaboration with IRCCS Fatebenefratelli, Brescia - www.cognitiveneuroscience.it/?lang=en

Project: Cortico-cortical signal transmission and brain connectivity alterations at prodromal stage and during the progression of Alzheimer Disease: a multimodal approach of TMS-EEG and advanced MRI.

Cognition Neurostimulation & Connectivity Lab - CoN&Co, CiMeC, Rovereto, Italy.  

Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, IRCCS Fatebenefratelli, Brescia, Italy

 

 
Sep 2016 – Oct 2018Master degree in Cognitive Sciences - Center of Mind/Brain (CiMeC), Trento UniversityEQF level 7

University of Trento - www.unitn.it 

Thesis: The analysis of TMS-EEG signal: a comparative study - Cognition Neurostimulation & Connectivity Lab, CiMeC, University of Trento - www.cimec.unitn.it/CoNeCo#RD 

Graduation Mark: 110/110 cum laude

Internship: ERP components of covert visual attention in natural scenes – Motivated Cognition Lab, CiMeC, University of Trento – www.cognitionlab.org

 

Sep 2012 – Dec 2015Bachelor degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology – University of MilanEQF level 6
University of Milan - www.unimi.it 
Thesis Manuscript: Molecular Changes Induced by a full 5-HT6 Receptor Agonist in Selected Brain Areas.

Graduation Mark: 108/110

Bachelor Internship: Erasmus+ Program – 6 months at Karolinska Institutet - Translational Neuropharmacology Laboratory - www.ki.se

Project: effect of a novel 5-HT6 receptor agonist on selected brain areas on mice.

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fphar.2015.00200/pdf

Academic career and teaching activities

Publications:

2021The impact of artifact removal approaches on TMS–EEG signal
 Giacomo Bertazzoli, Romina Esposito, Tuomas P. Mutanen, Clarissa Ferrari, Risto J. Ilmoniemi, Carlo Miniussi, Marta Bortoletto -  Neuroimage     doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118272
2019 Ultrafast object detection in naturalistic vision relies on ultrafast distractor suppression
C. Hickey, D. Pollicino, G. Bertazzoli and Ludwig Barbaro -   Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience                              DOI: 10.1162/jocn_a_01437

 

Awards and honours
May 2021Best Startup project at Startup-Lab CLab 2021
University of  Trento – Clab  https://clabtrento.it/en 

Project: The EEGMate, a novel device for the preparation of EEG caps

Award: First price for the best project, Hub Innovation Trentino award

  
Jan 2021CIMeC Doctoral Student Day 2021 
Center of Mind/Brain (CiMeC), Trento University

Poster: The impact of artifact removal methods on TMS-EEG signal

Award: Best oral presentation

  
Dec 2018Transcranial Brain Stimulation in Cognitive Neuroscience Workshop 2018
Center of Mind/Brain (CiMeC), Trento University

Poster:  The analysis of TMS-EEG signal: a comparative study

Award: Travel Award for the best five poster presentations.