BRUNNO MACHADO DE CAMPOS
Neuroimaging Laboratory / UNICAMP
I was born in Campinas, São Paulo. I received my Bachelor of Science degree on Medical Physics, in the UNESP – São Paulo State University, Botucatu, São Paulo with undergraduate experiences in radiology laboratories, radiotherapy, nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance theories and practice. I had two main undergraduate internships: with environmental stable isotopes, in the Center for Environmental Stable Isotopes and Liquid Nitrogen, IBB-UNESP and with functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging + Electroencephalography (EEG-fMRI) technique, in the Gleb Wataghin Physics Institute (IFGW) of the University of Campinas (UNICAMP). I have Master’s degree and PhD in Neuroscience (UNICAMP) working with several computational techniques applied to MRI data of Epilepsy patients. Currently, I am working in the Neuroimaging Laboratory, (Department of Neurology, UNICAMP) as Research Physicist applying multimodal techniques in the fields of Neuroscience and Neurophysics.
- Research Physicist at University of Campinas – Neuroimaging Lab. (March 2013 – actual)
- Development and assistance of neuroimaging and neuroscience research.
- UNICAMP Hospital Health Care Activity: Surgical neuronavigation images processing, planning and patient-machines cooregistration.
- UF²C Software Coordinator (2015 – actual)
- CEPID BRAINN Associate Researcher (2017 – actual)
- Principal Researcher (FAPESP Regular Grant #2017/25795-7): Large-Scale EEG-fMRI Data Exploration Applied to Epilepsies (2018 – actual)