Xavier Caldú Ferrús
Neuropsychology-neurodevelopmental disorders; Neuropsychology-cerebral palsy; Neuropsychology-obesity
Dr. Xavier Caldú Ferrús got a degree in psychology from the University of Barcelona in 2002 and obtained his PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Barcelona in 2007.
Between 2007 and 2009 he held a postdoctoral stay at the Neuroscience Cognitive Center of Lyon where he studied the mechanisms involved in the processing of rewards and decision-making.
Since 2017 he has been an associate professor at the University of Barcelona.
Professional network profiles
- Sandra Luís Ruiz, Caldu X, Cristina Sánchez Castañeda, Pueyo R, Garolera M and Jurado MA Is cognitive training an effective tool for improving cognitive function and real-life behaviour in healthy children and adolescents? A systematic review. NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS . 116: 268-282.
- Prats-Soteras X, Jurado MA, Ottino-González J, García-García I, Segura B, Caldu X, Sánchez-Garre C, Miró N, Tor C, Sender-Palacios M and Garolera M Inflammatory agents partially explain associations between cortical thickness, surface area, and body mass in adolescents and young adulthood. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY . 44(7): 1487-1496.
- García-Galant M, Blasco M, Reid L, Pannek K, Leiva D, Laporta O, Ballester J, Miralbell J, Caldu X, Xenia Alonso, Toro-Tamargo E, Meléndez-Plumed M, Gimeno F, Coronas M, Soro-Camats E, Boyd R and Pueyo R Study protocol of a randomized controlled trial of home-based computerized executive function training for children with cerebral palsy. BMC PEDIATRICS . 20(1): 9-9.