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Matteo Mancini received his Bachelor degree in Clinical Engineering from the University of Rome "La Sapienza" and his Master degree in Bioengineering from the University of Rome "Roma Tre". For the final project of his Master, he spent several months at the MGH Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging in Boston (USA). Now he's a PhD student at the Department of Engineering of University of Rome "Roma Tre" and his main research interests are focused on neuroimaging and brain connectivity, with particular attention to network models and graph theory. He collaborates with the Italian National Institute of Health and the Santa Lucia Foundation. After spending one month at the Dutch Connectome Lab in Utrecht (Netherlands), he's currently working at the Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre of the University of Sussex in Brighton (UK).

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[J1] M. Mancini, D. Brignani, S. Conforto, P. Mauri, C. Miniussi, M.C. Pellicciari . Assessing cortical synchronization during transcranial direct current stimulation: A graph-theoretical analysis. Neuroimage, 140: 57-65, 2016
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[C1] M. Mancini, G. Giulietti, B. Spanò, M. Bozzali, M. Cercignani, S. Conforto. Estimating multimodal brain connectivity in multiple sclerosis: An exploratory factor analysis. IEEE 38th Annual International Conference of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), Orlando, USA: August 16-20, 2016
[C2] M. Mancini, M.A. de Reus, L. Serra, M. Bozzali, M.P. van den Heuvel, M. Cercignani, S. Conforto. Network attack simulations in Alzheimer's disease: The link between network tolerance and neurodegeneration. IEEE 13th International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI), Prague, Czech Republic: April 13-16, 2016
[C3] M. Mancini, M.A. de Reus, L. Serra, M. Bozzali, M.P. van den Heuvel, M. Cercignani, S. Conforto. Neurodegeneration simulation in the connectome: a heuristic approach to unfold the key white matter pathways in Alzheimer’s disease. ISMRM 24th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Singapore: May 7-13, 2016
[C4] M. Mancini, C. Mastropasqua, G. Koch, M. Cercignani, M. Bozzali, S. Conforto. Precuneus stimulation using cTBS modulates the temporal pole: a graph-theoretical analysis. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Geneva, Switzerland: June 26-30, 2016
[C5] M. Mancini, E. Mattei, F. Censi, G. Calcagnini, M. Bozzali, S. Conforto. Functional connectivity during autonomic stimulation estimated using spectral coherence of fMRI signals. 7th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER), Montpellier, France: April 22-24, 2015
[C6] M. Mancini, C. Mastropasqua, M. Bozzali, G. Calcagnini, S. Conforto. Test-retest reliability of spectral coherence-based graph metrics in fMRI networks. Organization for Human Brain Mapping 2015, Honolulu, USA: June 15-18, 2015
[C7] F. Barban, L. Serra, R. Perri, R. Annicchiarico, G.A. Carlesimo, M. Mancini, F. Adriano, C. Ricci, M.G. Lombardi, M. Cercignani, L. Fadda, C. Caltagirone, M. Bozzali. Brain plasticity in mild Alzheimer’s Disease. Effects of a computer-based cognitive training on functional connectivity. 23rd Annual Meeting of ISMRM, Toronto, Canada: May 30 - June 5, 2015
[C8] M. Mancini, M.C. Pellicciari, D. Brignani, P. Mauri, C. De Marchis, C. Miniussi, S. Conforto. Automatic artifact suppression in simultaneous tDCS-EEG using adaptive filtering. Proceedings of the 37th IEEE-EMBS Conference, Milan, Italy: August 25 - 29, 2015
[C9] G. Calcagnini, E. Mattei, M. Bozzali, M. Triventi, M. Mancini, F. Censi and R. Barbieri. Carotid baroreceptor stimulation by neck suction during fMRI investigation: methodological issues. Proceedings of the 37th IEEE-EMBS Conference, Milan, Italy: August 25 - 29, 2015
[C10] E. Mattei, F. Censi, M. Triventi, M. Mancini, A. Napolitano, E. Genovese, V. Cannatà, R. Falsaperla, G. Calcagnini. Wrong detection of ventricular fibrillation in an implantable cardioverter defibrillator caused by the movement near the MRI scanner bore. Proceedings of the 37th IEEE-EMBS Conference, Milan, Italy: August, 25 - 29, 2015
[C11] F. Barban, L. Serra, R. Perri, R. Annicchiarico, G. Carlesimo, M. Mancini, M. Cercignani, F. Adriano, C. Ricci, M.G. Lombardi, L. Fadda, C. Caltagirone, M. Bozzali. Effects of a computer-based cognitive training on functional connectivity of mild Alzheimer’s Disease.. European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation, Vienna: December 1-4, 2015
[C12] M. Mancini, G. Calcagnini, E. Mattei, F. Censi, M. Bozzali, R. Barbieri. Modeling Heart Beat Dynamics and fMRI Signals during Carotid Stimulation by Neck Suction. Proceedings of the 36th IEEE-EMBS Conference , Chicago, USA: August 26-30, 2014
[C13] E. Mattei, F. Censi, M. Mancini, A. Napolitano, E. Genovese, V. Cannatà, G. Burriesci, R. Falsaperla, G. Calcagnini. Currents induced by fast movements inside the MRI room may cause inhibition in an implanted pacemaker. Proceedings of the 36th IEEE-EMBS Conference, Chicago: August 26-30, 2014
[C14] C. Mastropasqua, B. Sonia, M. Bozzali, M. Mancini, C. Caltagirone, M. Cercignani, G. Koch. Functional connectivity changes after precuneus stimulation using cTBS. 4th Biennial Conference on Resting-state / Brain Connectivity, Boston, USA: September, 11-13, 2014
[C15] M. Mancini, E. Mattei, F. Censi, B. Basile, M. Bozzali, G. Calcagnini. Investigation of baroreflex autonomic control by spectral coherence of fMRI independent components and neck suction stimulation signal. Computing in Cardiology, Cambridge, USA: September 8 - 10, 2014