David Romascano



+41 7682 24799




LTS5 Lab, EPFL, Switzerland

Research Interests

Diffusion MRI, neurosciences, white matter tissue modeling

Research Groups

Microstructure and Plasticity

Curriculum Vitae



MSc in Life Science at EPFL, Switzerland


BSc in Life Science at EPFL, Switzerland


2014 - Present

PhD-student at LTS5 Lab, EPFL, Switzerland

2011 - 2014

Research Assistant at LTS5 Lab, EPFL, Switzerland

2010 - 2011

Research Assistant at Lausanne's University Hospital, CHUV, Switzerland


D. P. R. Romascano, D. E. Meskaldji, G. Bonnier, S. Simioni and D. Rotzinger et al. Multicontrast connectometry: A new tool to assess cerebellum alterations in early relapsingremitting multiple sclerosis, in Human Brain Mapping, vol. 36, p. 1609-1619, 2015

G. Bonnier, A. Roche, D. Romascano, S. Simioni and D. E. Meskaldji et al. Multicontrast MRI Quantification of Focal Inflammation and Degeneration in Multiple Sclerosis, in BioMed research international, vol. 2015, p. 569123, 2015

C. Granziera, A. Daducci, A. Donati, G. Bonnier and D. Romascano et al. A Multi-Contrast MRI Study of Microstructural Brain Damage in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment, in NeuroImage: Clinical, vol. 8, p. 631–639, 2015

D. E. Meskaldji, L. Vasung, D. P. R. Romascano, J.-P. Thiran and P. Hagmann et al. Improved statistical evaluation of group differences in connectomes by screening-filtering strategy with application to study maturation of brain connections between childhood and adolescence, in Neuroimage, vol. 108, p. 251–264, 2015.

G. Bonnier, A. Roche, D. Romascano, S. Simioni and D. Meskaldji et al. Advanced MRI unravels the nature of tissue alterations in early multiple sclerosis, in Annals of clinical and translational neurology, vol. 1, num. 6, p. 423-32, 2014