Silvia Elisabetta Portis Bruzzone
- PhD student, Neuroscience
I am a neuroscientist deeply interested in the interplay between neurobiology, neurophysiology and cognition and their alterations in affective disorders. My research mainly focuses on the changes in serotonergic transmission, brain structure and behaviour induced by SSRIs. For my doctoral project I use molecular techniques to explore epigenetic changes in the 5-HTT gene and molecular and structural neuroimaging methods to investigate cortical structure and serotonin receptor binding.
PhD student at the Neurobiology Research Unit
Research Assistant at Center for Music in the Brain, Aarhus (Denmark)
Intern at Center for Music in the brain (MIB), Aarhus (Denmark)
Intern at Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition (CerCo), Toulouse (France)
2017 - 2019
2014 - 2017
International Master's Degree in Neuroscience – University of Trieste (Italy)
Bachelor's Degree in Biotechnology – University of Turin (Italy)
Bruzzone, S.E.P., Bonetti,L.,Paunio,T.,Kantojarvi,K., Kliuchko,K., Vuust,P.,BratticoE. (2021). BDNF Val66Met polymorphism as putative genetic substrate of music-induced plasticity in auditory prediction. bioRxiv2021.04.07.438769;doi:https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.04.07.438769.
S.E.P. Bruzzone, N. T. Haumann, M. Kliuchko, P. Vuust, E. Brattico. (2021). Applying SCA for high-accuracy auditory cortical ERPs in children. Clinical Neurophysiology; doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clinph.2021.05.007
Bonetti, L.,Bruzzone, S.E.P.,Sedghi, N.A., Haumann, N.T., Paunio, T., Kantojärvi,K., Kliuchko, M., Vuust, P., Brattico., E. (2021). Brain predictive coding processes are associated to COMT gene Val158Met polymorphism. NeuroImage; doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/2021.1117954.
2020 - Co-applicant of the project “Fighting Dementia with Music”, awarded by the Society for Research in Psychology of Music and Music education - SEMPRE