I think of myself as a curious person who loves to get in touch with different realms and ways of thinking, aimed at disseminating knowledge, following the neuroscience thought.
My expertise is characterized by a broad background in neurobiology and neurophysiology of neurological and psychiatric disorders, with specific training in neuropsychology.
During PhD, scientific interest veered strongly towards imaging genetics to understand how genes may influence human behavior and neuroanatomy.
In the last few years, I discovered the neural basis of cognitive neurorehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis.
I love to collaborate with engineers for developing algorithms of artificial intelligence applied to neuroscience.
Last but not least, my later field of interest concerns the Positive Psychology, a broad neuroscientific field focused on mental health and well-being.
Overall, I can define myself as a Translational Neuroscientist
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