• giovanni.morone@unicamillus.org

Giovanni Morone

Professor of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine in Physiotherapy Degree


He is a physiatrist.
Degree in medicine in 2003, at Università degli Studi di Bologna, grade 110/110 and specialized in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2007, at Università degli studi di Bologna – Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli, IRCCS – 70/70 cum Laude.
PhD in Neuroscience in April 2016 at Padua University (Med 34).
He acquired the European Physical and rehabilitation Medicine Board Certification of Fellowship in 2009.
Since 2008, he has been working in Fondazione Santa Lucia, IRCCS Rome in the “Clinical Laboratory of Experimental Neurorehabilitation” and Medical Doctor in a private rehabilitation Unit of Fondazione Santa Lucia.
His research interests are fall risk, telemedicine, new technologies (robot, virtual reality, exergame, tDCS, BCI, FES) for motor and cognitive recovery motor and thermal rehabilitation.
He is contracted research at the hospital “Fondazione Santa Lucia” in Rome.
He has been formerly involved in a European funded research projects in the 7th Framework Programme (TOBI- tools for brain computer interface).
In 2008-09 he was involved as physician in the study “Telemedicine feasibility study in patients with cerebrovascular disease” in Fondazione Santa Lucia.
From 2009 he is contracted professor of the university of Tor Vergata, course in physiotherapy and since 2019 course in speech therapy regarding rehabilitation of locomotors disease and course of new technologies and rehabilitation recovery (Med 34).
He is from 2014 member of International Export Panel – Ministry of Health of Singapore (reviewer for national grant proposal).
From 2008, he is member of the italian association of neurorehabilitation (SIRN) and Italian Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (SIMFER).
From 2016 counselor of Italian society of Neurorehabilitation (SIRN).
Winner as first classified of young Italian researcher in the field of neurorehabilitation.
Actually member of Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, Functional Neurology and Editorial Board of International Journal of Orthopaedics Rehabilitation.
He is author or co-author of more than 70 papers published on peer-reviewed international scientific journals (H-index 23).