Nico worked as a DPhil student and post-doctoral research associate with Prof Clare Mackay and Prof Klaus Ebmeier at the Department of Psychiatry (University of Oxford). His main interests were Alzheimer’s disease and genetic risk factors (mainly APOE) that he explored using a wide range of neuroimaging techniques, in particular, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), structural MRI (sMRI) and arterial spin labelling (ASL).
Over the last two years, he worked as grants associate (research facilitator) at the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences (NDCN - University of Oxford). He managed the grants portfolio and worked closely with academic, clinical, research and administrative colleagues in the Department, colleagues in other Departments within the University of Oxford, but also National and International Universities, central services, National and International body funders and many external agencies.
Structural Connectivity Variances Underlie Functional and Behavioral Changes During Pain Relief Induced by Neuromodulation.
Lin RL. et al, (2017), Sci Rep, 7
Sub-threshold depressive symptoms and brain structure: A magnetic resonance imaging study within the Whitehall II cohort.
Allan CL. et al, (2016), J Affect Disord, 204, 219 - 225
Ipsilesional anodal tDCS enhances the functional benefits of rehabilitation in patients after stroke.
Allman C. et al, (2016), Sci Transl Med, 8
Challenges in the reproducibility of clinical studies with resting state fMRI: An example in early Parkinson's disease.
Griffanti L. et al, (2016), Neuroimage, 124, 704 - 713
Reproducibility of Resting State Connectivity in Patients with Stable Multiple Sclerosis.
Pinter D. et al, (2016), PLoS One, 11