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Lucrezia Fattobene is a researcher in economics of financial intermediaries at the University of Rome Tor Vergata where she teaches corporate finance and introduction to finance. She is also a lecturer in neurofinance at LUM Giuseppe Degennaro University (Bari, Italy). She has researched the neural correlates of financial decisions at the Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine at the Università Politecnica delle Marche and has been a visiting researcher at the Rotterdam School of Management. She is a member of the research team of the inter-university neuroeconomics association BrainLine.

Among her main research interests are neurofinance and its applications in banking & finance. Since her Ph.D. program, in close collaboration with scholars from different disciplines, she has devoted herself to furthering this subject by conducting experimental analysis in the laboratory, using methodologies such as functional magnetic resonance imaging and eye-tracking. 

She is the author of several articles published in national and international scientific journals and has participated as a speaker at numerous conferences.