We are a research group focused on different aspects of neuroimaging, from microscopy to magnetic resonance imaging. As the name says we are not limited to neuroimaging but involved also in other medical imaging projects as well as translation of research into startups and other forms of inclusion in our society.
We are part of Sano, center of computational medicine
and located inside the AGH campus
We are starting our outreach activities with AGH students through our meetup
We are organizing the first summer school in Lipari (Italy) about neuroimaging, neurooncology and neuroscience
MICCAI Brainlesion workshop
For the 5th time we are organizing the MICCAI workpshop on brainlesion also including the BRATS challenge
In this section we list our publications as well as other projects
Selection Peer-reviewed journals
Prediction of misfolded proteins spreading in Alzheimer’s disease using machine learning and spreading models Luca Gherardini, Aleksandra Zajdel, Lorenzo Pini, Alessandro Crimi Cerebral Cortex 2023, bhad380
Structurally Constrained Effective Brain Connectivity A Crimi, L Dodero, F Sambataro, V Murino, D Sona NeuroImage 239 (1), 118288
An integrated genomic approach to dissect the genetic landscape regulating the cell-to-cell transfer of α-synuclein E Kara, A Crimi, A Wiedmer, M Emmenegger, C Manzoni, S Bandres-Ciga, ... Cell Reports 35 (10), 109189 2021
Community detection in brain connectomes with hybrid quantum computing M. Wierzbiński, J. Falcó-Roget & A. Crimi Nature Scientific Reports 2023
Genome-wide association study of brain connectivity changes for alzheimer’s disease SSM Elsheikh, ER Chimusa, NJ Mulder, A Crimi Nature Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-16
Relating Global and Local Connectome Changes to Dementia and Targeted Gene Expression in Alzheimer's Disease SSM Elsheikh, ER Chimusa, NJ Mulder, A Crimi Frontiers in Human Neuroscience December 2021
Automated glioma multiclass tumor classification Pytlarz, M., Wojnicki, K., Pilanc, P., Kaminska, B., & Crimi, A. In Medical Imaging 2023: Digital and Computational Pathology (Vol. 12471, pp. 395-401). SPIE.
StartupsSNeuronEye (in foundation phase)
Dr. Alessandro CrimiResearch Group leader
Dr. Adrian OnicasPost-doctoral researcher
Dr. Cemal KobaPost-doctoral researcher
Sylwia MalecPhD student
Szymon MazurekMaster student
Joan Falco RogetPhD student
Monika PytlarzPhD student
Rosmary BlancoPhD student
Agus HartoyoPost-doctoral researcher
Wojciech CiezobkaMaster student
Aleksandra PestkaMaster student
Marcin WierzbińskiScientific software engineer
Felix Akwasi SarpongMaster student
Team composition and role
Dr. Alessandro Crimi
is the head of the research unit.
is working on deep learning based registration and multimodal image analysis of COVID19/Asthma infections
is working on validating models of misfolded protein spreading on brain structural data as connectome.
is working on protein and drug design optimized on quantum devices.
Joan Falco Roget
is working on plasticity quantification on glioma and stroke patients.
is working on microscopy image analysis and generative adversial networks.
is our expert in psychological support.
Felix Akwasi Sarpong
is working on causal models and reservoir neural networks.
Courses taught either in person or online.
Feel free to contact us to apply for positions or establish synergetic collaborations!
Check positions on the main Sano webiste
or through programs we are used to:
Sano, center for computational medicine
Czarnowiejska 36 building C5 30-054 Kraków, Poland