Nicolas Francisco LoriNicolas Francisco Lori
From 2020 to Present
Other (Outro) at Escola de Engenharia da Universidade do Minho
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Nicolas F. Lori graduated in Physics by the University of Coimbra in 1993, and completed a PhD degree in Physics by Washington University in St. Louis in 2001. Since obtaining the PhD degree NF Lori published 14 papers in international peer review journals (such as PNAS and Journal of Magnetic
Resonance Imaging) with an accumulated impact factor over 26 and with over 1900 citations; only 5 of the papers were published with the PhD supervisor. NF Lori completed the (co-)supervision of 4 master degree students, and co-supervises 2 master student. He was PI in a 180.000 € national project grant, and co-Investigator on several national projects totaling over 1.400.000 €. He has been in over 40 international abstracts. He was 2 years a graduate teaching assistant and 4 years a research assistant at the WashingtonUniversity in St Louis Physics Department (USA); 2 years a Post-doctoral researcher on diffusion MRI at the "Commission for the Atomic Energy" in Orsay-Ville (France); 18 months a Post-doctoral research associate on diffusion MRI at Neuroimaging Laboratories, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, USA; 2 years as a tenure track Assistant Professor in Antonio Damasio’s group, first at the Department of Neurology of the University of Iowa in Iowa City (USA), and then at the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles (USA); and is now an “Investigador Auxiliar (Ciencia 2007)” at IBILI in the University of Coimbra. Fulbright fellow during PhD, and was then vice-President of Fulbrighters Portugal. He was also Director of the Labooratory for Neuroimaging in Neuroscience of INECO-INCYT at Rosario (Santa Fe, Argentina), and a Researcher at the ICVS/3Bs (Research Group: NERD) of University of Minho in Braga/Guimarães (Portugal), and at the Centre Algoritmi (Research Group: CST; Lab: ISLAB) of the University of Minho in Braga/Guimarães (Portugal). He was then a researcher at "Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores Investigação e Desenvolvimento" (INESC-ID) in Lisbon (Portugal). He is now a researcher at the Centre Algoritmi of the University of Minho in Braga (Portugal).