Pawel Kiper was born in 1980.
He started professional career by obtaining the title of Pharmacy Technician in 2002.
Simultaneously in the years 2001-2004 he joined undergraduate studies in Physiotherapy at the Rzeszow University, Poland.
In 2006 he defended his Master of Science thesis at the Rzeszow University, Poland.
In 2013 he was awarded with PhD at the Jagiellonian University Medical College, Krakow, Poland.
In 2016 he completed postgraudate studies in Management and Coordination Functions in the Health Professions at the University Unitelma Sapienza in Rome, Italy.
He is responsible of the Virtual Reality Unit.
Currently he is responsible for planning and coordinating experimental treatments, managing data-bases, disseminating results, as PI and study chair in the Laboratory of Neurorehabilitation Technologies at the San Camillo IRCCS.
Pawel is interested in understanding the neural mechanisms underpinning recovery and cortical reorganization after brain lesion and in studying to what extent intensive training and the type of behavioural interactions with the external environment could be essential in improving motor recovery after stroke.
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