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Name: Paulo César Gonçalves Marques

Office: I2.05

School Phone: +351 604 925

Email: paulo.c.g.marques@med.uminho.pt

 

 

 

Keywords: neuroimaging Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) functional MRI (fMRI) diffusion (dMRI) brain aging stress

About

Paulo Marques is currently a PhD student in the School of Health Sciences and doing his research at in the Neuroscience research domain at the Life and Health Sicences Research Institute (ICVS) and has Integrated Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering (2011).

He is mainly interested in the study of brain connectivity through multimodal neuroimaging techniques, specially in the context of cognition, aging and stress. Other areas of interest include task-related functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), analysis of structural and diffusion MRI data and automation of neuroimaging data-processing workflows.

Projects

Developing a neurofunctional intervention for emotion regulation under stress  

Maintaining health in old age through homeostasis (Switchbox)  

Neuro-Politics: the neural correlates of political decision-making: an fMRI-based approach  

Obsessive-compulsive disorder: focus on stress and decision-making  

Sleep, stress and cognition in a cohort of medical students: an fMRI approach  

Treating Refactory Obsessive Compulsive Diroder Using Real-Time Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Neurofeedback  

Selected Publications

Soares JM, Marques P, Magalhães R, Santos NC, Sousa N. Brain structure across the lifespan: the influence of stress and mood. Front Aging Neurosci, 6:330 (2014)

Marques P, Soares JM, Alves V, Sousa N. BrainCAT - a tool for automated and combined functional magnetic resonance imaging and diffusion tensor imaging brain connectivity analysis. Front Hum Neurosci, 7:794 (2013)

Soares JM, Sampaio A, Marques P, Ferreira LM, Santos NC, Marques F, Palha JA, Cerqueira JJ, Sousa N. Plasticity of resting state brain networks in recovery from stress. Front Hum Neurosci, 7:919 (2013).

Magalhães R, Marques P, Soares J, Alves V, Sousa N. The impact of normalization and segmentation on resting state brain networks. Brain Connect, in press.

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