I am interested in imaging human brain function noninvasively, by exploiting the wonderful versatility and never-ending possibilities of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and by combining this with the highly complementary technique of electroencephalography (EEG) whenever appropriate. In one line of research, I seek to obtain more quantitative measures of brain function by evaluating the underlying cerebrovascular dynamics through the integration of multiple MRI techniques, including imaging of tissue perfusion, cerebrovascular reactivity, and blood oxygenation. Another line of research involves the combination of EEG with functional MRI, with the aim of assessing the spatial-temporal dynamics of brain networks. Overall, I expect that these developments will help elucidate the investigation of brain function, in healthy individuals as well as in patients suffering from neurological and psychiatric disorders. Furthermore, I hope to leverage the insights obtained from brain imaging to improve noninvasive neuromodulation techniques aimed at repairing brain function, particularly through neurofeedback training. Specifically, I have been focused on applications in the paroxysmal disorders of epilepsy and migraine, in cerebrovascular diseases associated with dementia, and also in schizophrenia and depression.