Alessandro Cicerale

I am a research fellow and lecturer at the University of Torino, Italy. My research activities include neuroimaging of eating disorders and neurostimulation with therapeutic and rehabilitative goals.

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Alimentación: la relación entre la comida, el intestino y el cerebro (FutureLearn)

El intestino y el cerebro están muy estrechamente vinculados. Averigüe cómo afecta la dieta a su cerebro y cómo afecta el cerebro a su dieta. En los últimos años, la importancia del vínculo entre el intestino y el cerebro ha quedado patente. En este curso explorará esta compleja relación.
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Science Communication and Public Engagement (FutureLearn)

Discover the importance of public engagement in science, and learn techniques to share and raise awareness of your research. Define your message and share your findings through social and traditional media. Good science communication ensures the public engage with and understand relevant scientific research. On this course, you will [...]
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Superfoods: Myths and Truths (FutureLearn)

Jan 4th 2021
Superfoods: Myths and Truths (FutureLearn)
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What is a 'superfood'? What foods are 'superfoods'? What effect do they have on the body and society? Find out with this course. Explore the definition and impact of superfoods. Goji berries, quinoa, amaranth and green tea are all foods that have been labelled ‘superfoods’. But what does this [...]
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Food for Thought: The Relationship Between Food, Gut and Brain (FutureLearn)

Jan 4th 2021
Food for Thought: The Relationship Between Food, Gut and Brain (FutureLearn)
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The gut and brain are very closely linked. Explore how neurology, the microbiome and more interact to affect health. Find out how your diet affects your brain, and your brain affects your diet. Over the last few years, the importance of the link between gut and brain has become [...]
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