This interview with Professor Caterina Pistarini was taken on the occasion of the 12th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation (WCNR), held in Vienna in December 2022.
Meet Caterina Pistarini, a prominent figure in the field of neurorehabilitation. Currently serving as the Secretary General of the WFNR (World Federation for NeuroRehabilitation) and a Presidium Member of the EFNR (European Federation of Neurorehabilitation Societies), Prof. Pistarini holds key leadership positions in global neurorehabilitation initiatives. She is the Director at the Scientific Institute of Rehabilitation ICS Maugeri and oversees the Neurorehabilitation Department of Clinical and Research Institutes within the esteemed Salvatore Maugeri Company. Furthermore, she is a respected Professor of Physical and Rehabilitation Discipline at the University of Genova, Italy.
Professor Caterina Pistarini’s research interests span a wide spectrum, encompassing various aspects of neurorehabilitation such as stroke, cranial trauma, spinal cord injury, robotic therapy, and the ICF Classification Method. Her dedication to advancing the field extends beyond academic pursuits, as she actively contributes to national and international projects, taking on leadership roles in developing treatment protocols for neurorehabilitation.
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