Elisabetta Maria Frijia is a PhD candidate at DOT-HUB. She graduated from Sapienza University of Rome, with a BSc in Clinical Engineering and an MSc in Biomedical Engineering. She is particularly interested in the application of non-invasive neuroimaging technologies for both neuroscience studies and in clinical settings.
Elisabetta's current work focusses on developing and applying a new generation of wearable high-density DOT technology that exploit advanced optical techniques to produce 3D images of brain function. She is working closely with the Cambridge Babylab group and is undertaking a study of neonatal clinical populations as part of the the neoLAB research group at the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge.