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Massimiliano de Zambotti

Research Scientist, Human Sleep Research Program, Center for Health Sciences

Massimiliano de Zambotti, Ph.D., joined SRI International in 2012 and is currently a research scientist in the Human Sleep Research Program. His work focuses on the interactions between the autonomic and central nervous systems in different psychophysiological states (e.g., sleep and wake state, menstrual cycle phases and reproductive hormonal environments), in clinical and non-clinical populations (e.g., insomnia disorder, alcohol use disorder). de Zambotti is currently PI on two NIH-funded projects, one about sleep and cardiovascular health in adolescents (R01 HL139652), and the other about alcohol, sleep, and autonomic nervous system function in adults (R21 AA024841).

de Zambotti also leads validation studies of wearable technologies in the sleep space and the development of novel technologies such as non-pharmacological wearable devices to monitor sleep and bio-signals and improve sleep quality.

de Zambotti has published more than 40 international peer-reviewed papers. He obtained a MSc in experimental psychology and cognitive-behavioral neurosciences in 2007 and a Ph.D. in psychological sciences (biological psychology) in 2011, from the University of Padua, Italy.

View de Zambotti’s publications on Research Gate and Google Scholar.

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