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Flavia Mattioli

Flavia Mattioli MD

Clinical Neurologist, Professor of Neurology, and Professor of Neuropsychology, Spedali Civili of Brescia, Brescia, Italy

Flavia Mattioli, MD, is Clinical Neurologist at the Spedali Civili of Brescia, Italy; Chief of the Neuropsychology Unit; and Professor of Neurology and Professor of Neuropsychology. 

After residency of Neurology  in Italy (University of Milan) and a stay in Toronto (CA for research periods) she always worked in Neurology Department (Brescia  Hospital),  involved in general clinical neurology. She is an expert of the sequels of strokes, brain injuries, multiple sclerosis impact on cognition, dementia and developmental dyslexia. She is the author of more than 100 papers published on indexed journals (https://scholar.google.it/citations?user=mpimtJ0AAAAJ&hl=it; H index 28). She has conducted several researches on neuropsychological interventions and functional correlates of cognitive training, coordinating studies on cognitive treatments of aphasia,  Multiple Sclerosis and cognitive effects of drugs. She is currently involved in the group studying the consequences of COVID-19 in Brescia.

She has discussed her results at the American Academy of Neurology and at Academy of aphasia. She is a member of the Società Italiana di Neurologia (SIN), European federation of Neuropsychology and Società Italiana di Neuropsicologia (SINP). She received research grants from Fondazione Italiana Sclerosi Multipla.

Disclosures

Dr. Mattioli has no relevant disclosures.