Federica Tamburella (°1984) obtained her PhD ('Gait recovery in spinal cord injury subjects: from clinical experience to research development') in Biomedical Science and Engineering at Aalborg University, Department of Health Science and Technology (April 24th, 2015). She is involved in research from 2006. She is specialized within the framework of spinal cord injuries, stroke and cerebellar lesions. Particularly she developed her experience in exoskeleton and robotic technologies. Since 2010 she was involved in several European funded research projects in the 7th Framework Programme (SYMBITRON, BETTER, MINDWALKER, TOBI) and H2020 projects (NISCI, HANK), focused on both spinal cord injured and stroke patients. She published several papers in international scientific journals, is author of book chapters and have several conference contributions. Actually she is a senior researcher physical therapist at SPInal REhabilitation Lab (SPIRE) and at Neurological Rehabilitation (NeuroRobot Lab) Department 1 of Spinal Cord Rehab Unit, IRCCS S. Lucia Foundation (Rome - Italy). She is also a contract teacher (Course: 'Research Methodology') at II University of Rome, Tor Vergata for BS school of Physiotherapy (Faculty of Medicine and Surgery) and the ISCOS SCIPT committee members for Europe.