Early career researchers in FTD

This page aims at featuring our early careers researchers. Please feel free to browse through their pages. They all answered several questions regarding their career path and interests or click on any picture to get to know them better.

Dr Indira Garcia Cordero

Position: Postdoctoral researcher

Tanz Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases at the University of Toronto

Biomarkers, atrophy, functional connectivity, cognition, pathology

Dr Shelley Forrest

Scientific Associate

University of Toronto

Neuropathology, tau, neurons and glial cells, clinicopathological correlations.

Dr Michèle Masson-Trottier

Position: Postdoctoral research fellow

Johns Hopkins Hospital

Speech language pathology, primary progressive aphasia, language, non-invasive brain stimulation

Dr Elise Dopper


Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam


Dr Elise Marsan

Position: Assistant Professor/Tenure-track Investigator


AD, FTD, LATE, TDP43, neurodegeneration, glia, omics, organoids

Dr Martina Bocchetta

Position: Lecturer
Honorary Senior Research Fellow

Brunel University London
University College London (UK)

Neuroimaging, biomarkers, MRI, neuroanatomy, progression, presymptomatic stages

Dr Mica Clarke

Position: Postdoctoral research fellow

University College London

Neuroimaging, PET, MRI, Biomarkers

Enrico Premi, MD

Position: Neurologist

Stroke Unit, ASST Spedali Civili, Brescia, Italy

Neuroimaging, frontotemporal dementia

Edoardo Gioele Spinelli

Position: Assistant Professor

Vita-Salute San Raffaele University

MRI, neuroimaging, ALS, FTD

Daniel Ohm, PhD

Position: Research Associate

University of Pennsylvania

Neuropathology, neuroanatomy, cytoarchitecture, selective vulnerability, neurodegeneration, clinicoanatomical correlations