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Matteo Feurra

  • Matteo Feurra has been at HSE University since 2014.

Education and Degrees

  • 2009

    University of Florence
    Thesis Title: Face Recognition

  • 2004

    Degree in Psychology
    University of Florence

  • 2004  Laurea in Psicologia Sperimentale (five-year combined BSc and MSc in Experimental Psychology), University of Florence.

    2009  PhD in Psychological Sciences. Department of Psychology, University of Florence. Supervisors: Prof. Nicoletta Berardi and Maria Pia Viggiano.


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Office Hours

Monday, 13:00 - 15:00

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

Visiting PhD student at Institute of Cognitive Neuoscience, University College London. 

Courses (2023/2024)

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Courses (2019/2020)

2013-2014 Guest Associate Chief Editor, журнал "Frontiers in Neuropsychiatric Imaging and Stimulation".

2018-2019 Guest Associate Editor of Neural Plasticity"Physiological and Pathological Brain Oscillations: From Basic Principles to Therapeutic Approaches."



2017 Co-investigator for a  Russian Science Foundation grant (contract number: 17-11-01273): Oscillations in Working Memory: coordinator (18Ml Rubles)

2011 Young Italian Researchers Grant, Italian Ministry of Health. Principal Ivestigator of  “Memory Enhancement by Advanced Non Invasive Brain Stimulation: A project on neuro-rehabilitation of patients with memory diseases” (352.000 euros). Project Code: GR-2009-1591481.


  • 2016
    Third annual conference Communication, Computation, and Cognitive Processes (СССР3) (Moscow). Presentation: The BDNF val66met polymorphism affects the level of processing effect of memory: A deep and shallow rTMS study
  • INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MEMORY (ICOM6) (Budapest). Presentation: Frequency-specific insight into short-term memory capacity
  • SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE (Chicago). Presentation: State-dependent impact of Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation of the motor mirror system
  • 2015
  • Summer Neurolinguistic School "Language and Brain Pathology". Presentation: Neuromodulation Treatment in Aphasia



Timetable for today

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Russian-Italian Projects in Biomedicine Discussed at HSE University

HSE University hosted an international mini-conference titled 'Search for new ways to develop Russian-Italian cooperation in the field of Biomedicine,' attended by scientists from both countries and HSE Rector Nikita Anisimov.

‘We Are Developing Technologies to Support People and Strengthen the Intellect’

HSE News Service spoke to Director of the Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences, Head of the Centre for Cognition and Decision Making at HSE University, Anna Shestakova about the achievements and goals of the new HSE University’s strategic project ‘Human Brain Resilience: Neurocognitive Technologies for Adaptation, Learning, Development, and Rehabilitation in a Changing Environment’.

Leading HSE University Scientists to Receive Grants from Ideas Research Centre for Neuroscience Research

The Ideas Centre for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research has announced the results of its 2023 competition. Five leading neuroscientists will receive grants to open graduate positions for early-career researchers who want to work on solutions to fundamental problems in this area. Three of the competition winners are scientists from HSE University: Matteo Feurra (HSE University in Moscow), Anastasia Kolmogorova (HSE University in St Petersburg), and Sofia Kulikova (HSE University in Perm).

Young scientists learned new methods of brain research

On October 27-30, the VIII International School for Young Scientists "Active and Passive Methods of Brain Research" was held at the HSE Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences.

Lasers, Magnetic Stimulation and a Robotic Arm: How Researchers at HSE University Study the Brain

The Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience (ICN) at HSE University has recently added state-of-the-art laboratory equipment to its range of tools for studying brain function. The News Service visited the Institute to learn more about the uses of infrared lasers, optical tomography and a unique robotic arm, as well as why research into vascular tone is important, which parts of the brain can be stimulated to make people more generous, and how the Institute’s research can help treat diseases.

The HSE Look October Issue

The fourth issue of 2020 presents three interviews on the digital university concept and introduces new tenure faculty.

Congratulations to our graduates!

Teachers of the School of Psychology and the Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences congratulate 2020 graduates.

HSE Day Offers Something for Everyone

Russian students and teachers were not the only ones to actively participate in HSE Day on September 9; many foreigners who study or work at the university took part as well. Numerous activities enriching the celebration could be enjoyed without any knowledge of Russian — for example, Speed ​​Dating, Dance Battle, and a variety of sporting events. However, some sites during the festival had a special English-language programme.


lectures will be delivered by HSE scholars at Gorky Park as part of HSE Day. Lectures will be delivered in both Russian and English. 

Vasily Klucharev: ‘Our Brain Identifies Losing Money and Standing out from the Crowd as Catastrophes’

There are numerous ways of impacting people’s decisions, you can convince, intimidate, hypnotise, or use particular tools on certain parts of the brain. Why do scientists do this and what do these experiments show? Vasily Klucharev, Head of HSE’s School of Psychology answers questions posed by Olga Orlova, who hosts the Hamburg Score programme on Russia’s Public Television Channel.

'I Felt Welcomed and This Is Important': interview with Matteo Feurra in the HSE LooK

We welcome aboard Matteo Feurra, who joined HSE in September 2014 as Assistant Professor at the School of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences. Dr. Feurra spoke to The HSE LooK about his research and work plans.

'I Felt Welcomed and This Is Important'

We welcome aboard Matteo Feurra, who joined HSE in September 2014 as Assistant Professor at the School of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences. Dr. Feurra spoke to The HSE LooK about his research and work plans.