Elisabetta Iavarone

Support and Application Engineer

o2S2PARC platform.


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Elisabetta Iavarone joined the IT'IS Foundation in March 2022. Elisabetta earned her PhD at EPFL in Computational Neuroscience, focusing on biologically-detailed simulations of neurons and their connections, where she continued as post-doctoral fellow. Starting with a degree in biology in Italy, she focused on Neuroscience and progressively moved to more tech-related research and applications.




Peer-reviewed articles

Iavarone, E., Simko, J., Shi, Y., Bertschy, M., García-Amado, M., Litvak, P., Kaufmann, A.K., O'Reilly, C., Amsalem, O., Abdellah, M., Chevtchenko, G., Coste, B., Courcol, J.D., Ecker, A., Favreau, C., Fleury, A.C., Van Geit, W., Gevaert, M., Guerrero, N.R., Herttuainen, J., Ivaska, G., Kerrien, S., King, J.G., Kumbhar, P., Lurie, P., Magkanaris, I., Muddapu, V.R., Nair, J., Pereira, F.L., Perin, R., Petitjean, F., Ranjan, R., Reimann, M., Soltuzu, L., Sy, M.F.c., Tuncel, M.A., Ulbrich, A., Wolf, M., Clascá, F., Markram, H. & Hill, S.L. Thalamic control of sensory processing and spindles in a biophysical somatosensory thalamoreticular circuit model of wakefulness and sleep. Cell Reports, 42(3):112200, 2023, doi:10.1016/j.celrep.2023.112200
Iavarone, E., Yi, J., Shi, Y., Zandt, B.J., O'Reilly, C., Van Geit, W., Rössert, C., Markram, H. & Hill, S.L. Experimentally-constrained biophysical models of tonic and burst firing modes in thalamocortical neurons. PLOS Computational Biology, 15(5):e1006753, Lytton, W.W.(eds), 2019, doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1006753