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Researcher Profile - Giuliano Aiello

RESEARCHER INFORMATION
First Name:Giuliano
Last Name:Aiello
Title:Dr.
Advanced Degrees:Doctor specialize in Psychiatry
Affiliation:G. D. Annunzio University - Chieti
Department:Department of Oncology and Neuroscience
Country/Territory:Italy
Email Address: giulianoaiello@yahoo.it
Disclosure:
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Clinical Interests:
Neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., 22q11 deletion syndromes), Bipolar disorder , Drug abuse, Psychology, Schizophrenia
Research Focus:
Brain imaging, Chemistry/pharmacology, Clinical trials, Pharmacology, Phenomenology/diagnosis, GABAergic transmission, Glutamatergic transmission, Neuroanatomy/Systems Neuroscience, Neurodevelopment, Neurotransmission, Electrophysiology, Epidemiology, Genetics
Work Sector(s):
Research institute, Medical hospital
What are the top three papers (not yours) you have read recently?
Missing links in phenomenological clinical neuroscience: why we
still are not there yet
Aaron L. Mishara
Through the looking glass: counter-mirror
activation following incompatible sensorimotor
learning
Caroline Catmur,1 Helge Gillmeister,1,2 Geoffrey Bird,1 Roman Liepelt,3 Marcel Brass3,4,5 and Cecilia Heyes1
The genetics of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder:
dissecting psychosis
N Craddock, M C O’Donovan, M J Owen
What is your leading hypothesis?
neurodevelopmental model
genetic predisposition
Jaspers psychopathology
What piece of missing evidence would help prove it?
wich neurophisiological disfunction produces psychosis



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