Didactic activities
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The PhD offers different types of courses: core, transversal (including topics related to computer science, linguistics, and research management and enhancement), and seminars. 
Year I: PhD students attend at least 7 core courses, at least one transversal course, and have the possibility to attend seminars.
Year II: PhD students attend at least 7 core courses, at least one transversal course, and have the possibility to attend seminars.
Year III: PhD students mainly focus on the research project and the preparation of the doctoral thesis. They do not have to attend courses, nonetheless they have the possibility to attend seminars.

 

Core didactic activities:
Neuroimaging methods and analyses - Nicola Canessa
Non-invasive brain stimulation in cognitive neuroscience - Stefano Cappa
Genotype-phenotype interaction in neurodegenerative diseases - Chiara Cerami
Applications and methods of neuropsychology - Eleonora Catricalà
Methods and applications of neurophysiology - Giulia Mattavelli
Technological innovations in neuropsychology and rehabilitation - Chiara Cerami
Biology and human development - Livio Provenzi
Programming Psychological Experiments - Luca Rinaldi
Lesion analysis: Advanced - Valentina Pacella
Current advances in the cognitive neuroscience of music - Laura Ferreri
The developmental neuroscience of adolescence - Gabriele Chierchia
Lesion analysis - Valentina Pacella
Introduction to neurolinguistics and neuropragmatics (mutuato dal PhD TEL) - Valentina Bambini
Brain surgery multimodal language mapping: from clinical applications to translation research (mutuato dal PhD TEL) - Marco Riva

Other didactic activities (seminar, transversal courses):
Research Based Innovation - Riccardo Pietrabissa
Applications of statistical methods in clinical neuropsychological research - Francesca Conca 
Speech analysis and clinical application - Gaia C. Santi 
Ciclo di seminari "ICON" 
TechTransfer Pills - Docenti IUSS e Netval
Statistics with R (seminar) – TBD

Borrowed from Undergraduate Courses:
Metodologia della ricerca clinica e neuropsicologica - Eleonora Catricalà