(University of Trento) and for the completion of my Master’s degree I wrote a thesis on the nature of Attachment in chidren with Autism Spectrum Disorders. I did a postgraduate intern at Observation Diagnosis and Training Lab, ODFLab, in Rovereto, where I participated in clinical (diagnosis and intervention) and research activities focused on children with neurodevelopmental disorders and, in particular, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ASD. Considering these experience and my educational background I consider myself a person who can work both indepentently and as part of a team, listen and work seriously to achieve the goals that are set. I consider learning speed to be one of my main skills. Currently, I also have the opportunity to play a Research Assistant's role in the Laboratory of Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia of Rovereto under the supervision of the PI Michael Vincent Lombardo. The lab’s focus is better to understand what drives multi-level heterogeneity within and between individuals affected by neurodevelopmental conditions such as autism and to use that more precise understanding to better impact the lives of patients and their families.
I'm a psychotherapist in training at the Cognitive-Behavioural School in Bolzano.