F L A V I A A R N E S E
Flavia has a background in Psychology, and obtained her Bachelors degree from “La Sapienza” University of Rome (Italy).
Her Erasmus in Granada (Spain) gave her the first opportunity to get hands on experience in Neuroscience and there, with the MRI drumming in the background, she decided she’d be getting more of that beat and embarked on a (future) career in research.
Her interests lay in human interactions, and the implicit/moral rules that guide them; in particular the judgment on fairness and how this is implemented in the brain.
Looking for a way to build a better society based on the insights Neuroscience can offer in understanding ourselves, she is currently enrolled in the Research Master in Cognitive Neuroscience at Radboud University.
When she is not diving into neuroscience issues, she is possibly travelling to the other side of the world, having left a big chunk of her heart in New Zealand; she loves reading books but she likes listening to people’s stories better. She plays ukulele, tiny enough to accompany her on every trip, and she’ll never turn down an opportunity to share good food.
Flavia has not yet published any peer-reviewed papers.