Teresa Del Bianco

I developed an interest for infant and child development during mu final internship at my master of Medicine (University of Pisa), where I studied emerging gastro-intestinal problems in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Subsequently, I started a PhD in Psychological Sciences and Education at the University of Trento, focusing on the perception of eyes and gaze-following in children and adults with typical and atypical development. After my dissertation in March 2018, I moved to London where I worked as a biostatistician and later joined the Centre of Brain and Cognitive Development at Birkbeck University. I am currently collaborating with multiple sites (South Africa, Spain, France) for implementing reliable EEG markers of infants and children neural processing of social and non-social information. With Braintools, I am currently contributing to the data collection and the data quality supervision.