Federico Ranieri received the M.D. degree in 2004, the Residency in Neurology degree in 2009 and the Ph.D. in Neuroscience in 2013, from the Catholic University of Rome, Italy. He is currently Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. He is mainly interested in the application of non-invasive brain stimulation techniques in the study of the physiology and pathophysiology of neural circuits of the human central nervous system and in the neural control of limb prostheses. He is currently collaborator (Project Manager) of the research project “PCR 1/2 – New methods in the treatment of limb amputations for the application of bionic prostheses” funded by the Italian National Workers’ Compensation (INAIL). He is also the coordinator of the Research Unit of Campus Bio-Medico University within the multi-center research project “Cerebellar-cortical circuits in Autism Spectrum Disorders: new perspectives for treatment implementation” funded by the Italian Ministry of Research (no. GR-2013- 02354888). He is author of 73 scientific publications, of which 66 on journals with Impact Factor (orcid.org/0000-0001-6530-1857). He is teaching assistant for the course of Physiology – Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering – Departmental Faculty of Engineering, Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. From 2013 to present, He was also co-advisor of 6 Master’s Degree theses (“La Sapienza” University of Rome; Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome) and member of the committee for the evaluation of PhD thesis at “Pablo de Olavide” University of Seville (Spain). He was awarded the “Uschi schabitscher Prize for Young Neurologists” for the contributions at the congresses of the European Federation of Neurological Societies held in Glasgow (2006) and in Budapest (2011). He is member of the Italian Society of Neurology.