Marina de Tommaso is Professor of Neurology at the Psychiatric and Neurologic Sciences Department of the Bari University, head of the Applied Neurophysiology and Pain Unit. She graduated in Medicine in 1982, specialised in Neurology in 1986 and in Phisioterapy in 1993 with full marks cum laude at Bari University. In 1994 she received the title of Research Doctor in Human Relational Sciences. From 1995 to 2005 she has been Researcher in Neurology. Since 2008 she is the coordinator of the diploma in neurophysiopathology tecniques. She is the Head of the regional referral Center for Huntington’s disease and Neuropathic Pain. She is Editor of BMC Neurology and Pain Research and treatment and Associate editor of Journal headache and Pain journals. She is the President of the Italian Psychophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience Society. She is author of 170 pubblications in extenso, concerning the field of Clinical and Applied Neurophysiology, Clinical Neurology, Migraine, Fibromyalgia, Huntington’s disease.
She is responsible for more than 20 funded projects from private and public committees (European Commission, Italian Research Ministry, CHDI foundation).