Ettore Ambrosini graduated in Psychology in 2009 at the University “G. d’Annunzio” of Chieti and earned a PhD in Neuroimaging in 2013 at the same University. After a post-doctoral position at the University of Chieti (2013), he was a post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Neuroscience, University of Padova, where (from 2017) he currently holds the position of Assistant Professor (RTDb).
His research interests include the understanding of the organization and the neural underpinnings of executive functions, the perception of objects and their semantic representation, and the perception and anticipation of others’ goal-directed actions. To study these topics, he uses different techniques such as psychophysics, eye tracking, brain stimulation (TMS), and neurophysiology (EEG). He is an expert in experimental methodology and data analysis.
He has authored about 40 peer-reviewed articles in international scientific journals (h-index 14), and serves as Review Editor for Frontiers in Psychology (Cognition section) and as ad-hoc reviewer for a number of important international journals within the domains of experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience. He has received several awards for his research work.
He has supervised numerous trainees and master students and a PhD student (co-supervision) and has held advanced courses for research methodology and techniques. He currently teaches Neuropsychology.