Post-doctoral researcher at Stanford University.

Anna is a post-doctoral researcher at the Lemann Center at the Graduate School of Education at Stanford and she is also charge of the educational efforts using virtual reality at the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University. Her research focus on cognitive and affective implications of new media and technology in learning, attitude and behavior change. She holds a PhD and a M.S in Cognitive Psychology and degrees in Behavioral Medicine and Education. She has been actively working in education since 2005, teaching at universities and leading EdTech projects. She is Chief Learning Officer at VirtualiSurg, where she is in charge of the psychological and pedagogical aspects in VR experiences for medical training.