The Medical Physics Section is embedded in the Department of Biomedicine and Prevention and in the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
As medical physicists, we work interdisciplinarily with life scientists, clinicians, engineers, mathematicians and computer scientists to devise and apply methods able to extract quantitative and predictive information of value in a biological, biomedical and clinical context. Broadly, our research topics include neuroimaging and neurostimulation physics, physiological systems modelling, systems medicine, complex systems, artificial intelligence, biomedical signal and image processing, biostatistics and big data analysis. Our mail field of applications are currently neurology and psychiatry, personality neuroscience, pathology, cardiology, anesthesiology, epidemiology and health impact assessment, nuclear medicine and radiation oncology. Our research is currently funded by the European Commission (Horizon 2020), the Italian National Ministry of Health, the US department of defense (DOD) and the National Institutes of health (NIH).
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Example expertise of the group and current research topics include: