Researcher biography

A well-presented, self-motivated and professional MSc graduate in sport sciences with a strong passion for human sensorimotor control and kinesiology of musculoskeletal system. Samuele conducted research about neurological impairments of upper limb sensorimotor control, together with investigations of sport/rehab exercise biomechanics. His current research is focusing on context-dependent modulation of rapid visuomotor responses of plausible subcortical origin. His research has showed that there are meaningful subcortical contributions to human reaching behavior.