Roberta Biundo was born in 1980.
She is currently working as a senior research at the “San Camillo Hospital” (I.R.C.C.S). She graduated with honors in Experimental Psychology at the University of Trieste (Italy) (2004).
In 2006 she obtained a master in Neuropsychology Across the Lifespan attending “The Vivian Smith Advanced Studies Summer Institute of the Neuropsychological Society” (Greece).
She was awarded a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology (2011), on behalf of EU Marie Curie Network, at the Psychology Department, University of Hull (UK), exploring preclinical indicators of abnormal cognitive decline in ageing.
In 2016, she was awarded Psychotherapist at the “C.I.S.S.P.A.T.”. She obtained Italian National Scientific Abilitation for Associated Professor in General Psychology, Psychobiology and Psychometry (11/E1) ASN2016.
She serves as adjunct professor at Department of General Psychology, Padua University.
Roberta Biundo main topics are: 1. To understand cognitive and behavioral changes in Parkinson and their clinical predictors (Grant GR-2016-02361986- PI); 2. To investigate specific brain neurochemical and network changes in neurodegeneration; 3. To identify indicators of neurorehabilitation treatment efficacy; 4. To develop innovative rehabilitation strategies and home monitoring (European project PD-Pal. Horizon 2020.Co-investigator).
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