The Carenity Team: Pasquale Varriale


Pasquale Varriale

Data Scientist

Pasquale Varriale is Project Manager in Carenity's Data Science team. He conducts real-life patient studies, develops innovative methodologies and analyses, oversees client relations, contributes to writing and publishing scientific articles and trains junior analysts and interns.

Pasquale Varriale defended a neurosciences thesis at Parthenope University (Naples, Italy). Before joining Carenity, he spent 3 and half years at the Brain and Spinal Institute (ICM) as a research engineer on the PANAM platform, under the supervision of Professor Marie-Laure Welter and working in close collaboration with the Experimental Brain Surgery team [directed by Carine Karachi and Brian Lau] and the Abnormal Movements and Basal Ganglia team [directed by Professors Marie Vidailhet and Stephane Lehericy]. During this period, he was involved in a number of projects aiming to improve quality of life for patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases that were later the subject of scientific publications.

For two years (2018 and 2019), Pasquale was a part-time lecturer at the Sorbonne while completing a master II degree in "Research and Organization in Health" for the physiology, physiopathology and motor reeducation unit.

In 2014 and 2015, while pursuing his doctorate, he was also a part-time lecturer at Parthenope University while pursuing a master I degree in "Posture and biomechanics: the neurophysiology of human movement".

Created: 1/27/20 - Updated: 1/27/20

See scientific publications

Decreasing subthalamic deep brain stimulation frequency reverses cognitive interference during gait initiation in Parkinson's disease.

Step length predicts executive dysfunction in Parkinson's disease: a 3-year prospective study

Spatio-temporal and kinematic gait analysis in patients with Frontotemporal dementia and Alzheimer's disease through 3D motion capture.