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Research interests

Alzheimer´s disease continuum (subjective cognitive decline, amnestic mild cognitive impairment and dementia due to probable AD), anosognosia, hypernosognosia, cognitive reserve, brain network connectivity


Biomarkers and sepsis severity as predictors of mechanical ventilation and mortality in COVID-19

Clinical variables contributing to the identification of biologically defined subgroups within cognitively unimpaired and mild cognitive impairment individuals

Small vessel disease burden and functional brain connectivity in mild cognitive impairment

Effects of Interventions on Cerebral Perfusion in the Alzheimer's Disease Spectrum: A Systematic Review

Pulmonary thromboembolism and alveolar hemorrhage as initial manifestations of systemic lupus erythematosus

Tomographic findings and mortality in patients with severe and critical pneumonia with COVID-19 diagnosis

Anosognosia of memory deficits in dementia: biomarkers, connectivity, and clinical aspects

Functional connectivity differences in Alzheimer's disease and amnestic mild cognitive impairment associated with AT(N) classification and anosognosia

Short- and Long-Term Functional Connectivity Differences Associated with Alzheimer's Disease Progression

Survival in septic shock associated with thrombocytopenia

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