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Stefania Petri

PhD Student
Unit for Visually Impaired People
Research center

Stefania Petri is a PhD student in Bioengineering and Robotics at the Università degli Studi di Genova and she works in the Unit for Visually Impaired People (U-VIP) directed by Dr. Monica Gori at the Italian Institute of Technology in Genova. Her main research interests include multisensory integration in infants and children with visual impairment and the applicability of these research themes in clinical and rehabilitative settings in order to develop new strategy for early rehabilitation.


Title: Master's Degree in "Rehabilitation Science"
Institute: University of Pisa
Location: Pisa
Country: Italy
From: 2019 To: 2021

Experience External

Title: Neurodevelopmental Disorders Therapist and Research assistant
Institute: IRCCS Stella Maris Foundation
Location: Pisa
Country: Italy
From: 2020 To: 2022

All Publications
Tinelli F., Gori M., Beani E., Sgandurra G., Martolini C., Petri S., Purpura G.
Feasibility of audio-motor training with the multisensory device ABBI: implementation in a child with hemiplegia and hemianopia
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Aggius-Vella E., Gori M., Campus C., Petri S., Tinelli F.
Motor influence in developing auditory spatial cognition in hemiplegic children with and without visual field disorder
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