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Laura Cercenelli

Laura Cercenelli Laura Cercenelli
Research Assistant
School of Medicine
Experimental Diagnostic and Specialty Medicine Department University of Bologna

Laura Cercenelli is a Research Assistant at the School of Medicine, Experimental Diagnostic and Specialty Medicine Department of the University of Bologna. She graduated cum laude in Biomedical Engineering in 2003 at the Polytechnic of Milano. In 2004 she received a Master Degree in “Informatic technologies for the analysis and processing of biomedical images” from University of Camerino and I.N.R.C.A. (Istituto Nazionale Riposo e Cura Anziani). In 2006 she received PhD in “Electromagnetism and Bioengineering” from Marche Polytechnic University. She has 10-years of experience in the field of implantable sensors and devices for cardiac function monitoring. Since 2005, she has taken part in national research programs and in experimental research projects involving in vivo testing on animals. She is author/co-author of over 50 papers and abstracts published on peer-reviewed international journals. She is co-inventor of 2 European and 9 Italian patents, and of 5 USA and 3 European patent applications.

Research Interest

• Implantable sensors for monitoring cardio-pulmonary mechanics.
• Cardiac monitoring by non-invasive wearable systems.
• Sensorized prosthetic heart valves.
• Robotic systems for interventional cardiac procedures.
• Eye tracking systems to study the oculomotor behavior
• Technologies for simulation in medical education.

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