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Marco Massimo Fato

Associate Professor (ING-INF/06)
Office: Via Opera Pia 13, 1st floor
Phone: +39-010-3532789
E-mail: marco.fato@unige.it
IRIS: https://iris.unige.it/simple-search?query=marco+fato&rpp=10&sort_by=bi_sort_2_sort&order=DESC
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8085-2438

Laurea degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Genoa, Italy, in 1988 (106/110). Scientific collaborator in the Laboratory of Bioengineering and anthropomorphic robot of University of Genoa, Department of Communication, Computer and Systems Science (DIST), from 1989 to 1990. He has worked at Video Display Systems (VDS SpA) of  Florence  as  developer of CAD and CAM systems in UNIX for applications in industrial robotics, from 1990 to 1992. Research grant on Quantitative Microscopy, Collaboration with Leica S.p.A from 1992 to 1993.  PhD, University of Genoa, Italy, in 1996. Research grant with Finsiel S.p.A. at University of Genoa, Italy from 1996 to 1997. Scientific collaborator at the BioLab, Bioengineering and Bioimages Laboratory of DIST (UNI-GE), from 1998 to 2005. Since 2006 Associate Professor of Bioengineering at Scuola Politecnica of the University of Genoa and responsible of the research laboratory of Department of Informatics, Bioengineering, Robotics and System Engineering (DIBRIS) “BioLab” (Bioengineering and Bioimages Laboratory) (http://www.dibris.unige.it)

The main research activities are related with the acquisition, processing and rendering of bioimages with the aim of exploring the links between structure and function of biological systems and for diagnostic and therapeutical processes (images of the human body with MR, CT, US, etc.), Tissue Engineering.

I am author and co-author of more than 210 scientific works, including international magazines, national and international conferences and book chapters.

Neuroscience, MRI, diffusion MRI imaging, brain imaging, pediatric imaging, connectomics, bioimaging

Fondamenti di Elaborazione di segnali e dai biomedici (CL3, Biomedical Engineering)
Biomedical instrumentation and Bioimaging (LM, Bioengineering)

Neuroengineering