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Nicola Cellini

Sleep scientist

I am a Senior Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Padova, Italy, and a consultant for the University of California Riverside, USA. My main research interest is to understand how the human brain processes, and remembers information during wake and sleep. Using electrophysiological and behavioral techniques, I explore the relationships between cortical and autonomic changes during wake and sleep, and their impact on cognitive functions in clinical and non-clinical populations. My long-term aim is to translate these basic research findings into potential tools for improving memory, emotional regulation, well-being, and quality of life in healthy and clinical populations.

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