Received his Master Degree in Developmental and Communication Psychology (2008) and a second-level post-graduate Master Degree in Neuropsychology (2013) from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (UCSC). In 2013 he also took his PhD in Psychology by discussing a thesis on early perceptual processing of social cues, agency detection, and neuropsychology of social affordances. As for now, he is a post-doc researcher at the Research Unit in Affective and Social Neuroscience (UCSC). He also is a contract professor of the Faculty of Psychology (UCSC) with teaching activities at the second-level post-graduate Master Degree in Clinical Neurosciences and at the Master Degree in Psychology for Well-being, where he holds theoretical and practical lessons on the application of psychophysiological and neuroscience techniques for research and intervention. He gained well-established expertise in: neuropsychological assessment; biosignal recording, integration, and processing (EEG, autonomic indices, eye-tracking, fNIRS); psychophysiological intervention techniques (neurofeedback, biofeedback); non-invasive brain stimulation (TMS, tES) and neuronavigation; and quantitative-qualitative data analysis. His main interests have to do with early automatic processing of social information and with physiological markers of affective and social skills, as well as with novel potential applications of neuroscience tools and methods in real-life contexts.