Tiziano Suran

Tiziano joined SISSA in 2015 and works under the supervision of Raffaella Rumiati. His doctoral work is focused on semantic and affective cognition, which he studies using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and electroencephalography (EEG). Tiziano graduated cum laude in 2015 from the University of Padova in Applied Cognitive Psychology.

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Damiano Terenzi

Damiano joined Rumiati Lab in 2015. His doctoral work is to understand brain reward systems in healthy subjects and patients. Damiano is from Italy and graduated in 2015 from University of Bologna.

Anna Tonon Appiani

Anna started her Ph.D. in 2017, working in Time Perception Lab, under the supervision of Domenica Bueti. She obtained a B.Sc. in Psychology at University of Trieste, and an M.Sc. in Cognitive Neuroscience and Clinical Neuropsychology at University of Padova. Her research interests are currently focused on how the brain can (mis)perceive the flow of time under stressful and non-stressful situations. 

Alessandro Toso

Alessandro joined the Tactile Perception Lab in 2015. He graduated in 2015 from Medical School at University of Trieste. He is interested in understanding the neural basis of time perception and misperception.

Massimiliano Trippa

Massimiliano is from Italy and graduated in Physics of Complex Systems in 2015 from Politecnico di Torino and Paris Diderot. Massimiliano is working on the investigation of the language faculty under the supervision of Alessandro Treves.

Miriam Vignando

Miriam is a student under the supervision of Raffaella Rumiati since 2014. Her current research involves the investigation of lexical-semantic knowledge and its degeneration in neurodegenerative disorders (patients with Alzheimer's disease, frontotemporal dementia, and primary progressive aphasia), in healthy aging and in extreme aging (centenarians), using structural and functional MRI, diffusion tensor imaging and tractography.

Eva Viviani

Eva is from Italy and graduated in 2014 from University of Parma. She joined SISSA in 2015 and works with Davide Crepaldi. Her doctoral work is focused on morphological processing in bilinguals.


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