Antonio Carota, M.D.

Antonio Carota MD is a neurologist working in the department of neurology (behavioral neurology and memory units) of the university hospital in Lausanne, Switzerland. He is involved in clinical and experimental research concerning poststroke emotional, mood and cognitive disorders. He is the author of articles and book chapters that have had an international audience (Emotional behavior in acute stroke, Cogn Behav Neurol 2005; A study of predictors of poststroke depression, Neurology 2005; Defective spatial imagery in pure Gerstmann’s syndrome, Eur Neurol 2004; Poststroke depression, Adv Neurol 2003; Emotions, mood and behavioral changes after stroke, Curr Opin Neurol 2002; Catastrophic reaction in acute stroke: a reflex behavior in aphasic patients, Neurology 2001; Cognitive recovery after stroke in Recovery After stroke. Cambridge University Press. 2005) Dr. Carota is trained in classical piano.