Dr Emma Falato received her degree in Medicine and Surgery in 2011 and her Specialization Diploma in Neurology in 2018 from Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. In 2017, for her final thesis, she has been a visiting scientist at the Brain Network Dynamics Unit, University of Oxford, where she worked on a project on motor cortex oscillatory activity. Dr. Falato is now working as a Neurologist and training as a PhD student in Neuroscience at the Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. In 2018 she joined the “NeXT: Neurophysiology and Neuroengineering of Human-Technology Interaction” Research Unit at Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, where she is involved in noninvasive brain stimulation studies of neural plasticity in healthy volunteers and upper limb amputees. Dr. Falato has a strong interest in the neurophysiological basis of motor control and sensorimotor integration, which she wants to study dynamically, at the central and peripheral level.