Debora Zanatto graduated in Clinical Psychology at the University of Padova in 2011, analysing the reach-to-grasp movement of patients with frontal traumatic brain injury. During her post-lauream internship at the University of Padua she studied the role of olfaction on motor performance. In 2013 she started working at NEMO as a research assistant. At NEMO, she is responsible for conducting research activities according to the lab research protocols on projects including kinematical studies on imitation and volition as well as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies on the neural correlates of motor control and social cognition. She provides training of part-time faculty and student workers making sure that materials are handled appropriately and efficiently.