Research Psychologist

Beatrice Moret

Beatrice Moret

Research Psychologist

 

Contacts:

Email: beatrice.moret@ospedalesancamillo.net

Address: Via Alberoni 70, Venice Lido

Office: Second floor

Bio

Beatrice Moret was born in Italy in 1988.

She is a researcher and freelancer in clinical neuropsychology.

Currently psychotherapist in training at the School of Specialization Cognitive Studies and Research in Mestre.

She obtained a Master’s Degree in Neuroscience and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation at the University of Padua in 2013.

She completed a training in vision neuroscience (NeuroVis.U.S. Lab, Padua) and cognitive disorders in patients candidates for heart transplantation (Cardiac Surgery Centro Gallucci-Azienda Ospedaliera di Padova) and clinical activity in the evolutionary area.

In 2016 she started her PhD in Brain, Mind and Computer Science (University of Padua), along which she spent one year at the Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation – Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School. During her PhD, she collaborated on two projects about the effectiveness of the use of non-invasive transcranial stimulation as an implementation of treatment in patients with Alzheimer’s.

Her PhD project investigates the role of transcranial electrical stimulation in combination with behavioral, perceptual and cognitive training, to promote brain plasticity both in clinical and healthy populations, with a preventive perspective and improvement of the quality of life.

Research Interests

Beatrice, in recent years, has placed her interest in the study of non-invasive electrical stimulation as a potential method combined with rehabilitation treatments in different clinical populations.

In addition, she is interested in implementing innovative rehabilitation methods thanks to the contribution and integration of techniques such as EEG and TMS, with the final aim to investigate the neural populations involved, understand their relationship to cognitive deficits, and promote personalized rehabilitation interventions.

 

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