Unité de Psychologie Clinique des Relations Interpersonnelles

Nilo Puglisi

Photo_Nilo_2020.jpgPhD student

Contact details

University of Geneva
Department of Psychology
Boulevard du Pont d'Arve 40 | Office M6159 
CH- 1205 Genève
Phone: +41 22 379 92 34

Nilo.Puglisi(at)unige.ch


Research Topics

  • Couple and family relationships
  • Dyadic (infant-parent) and triadic (mother-infant-father) interactions
  • Psychophysiology
  • Emotional Development in Early infancy

Brief Curriculum Vitae

Education

since 2018     PhD Student in Psychology, University of Geneva, Switzerland

2020-2021     Training in narrative practices, Relance narrative, Lausanne, Switzerland

2013-2016     Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Clinical Psychology, University of Padua, Italy

2010-2013     Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Cognitive Psychology and Psychobiology, University of Padua, Italy

Professional Experience

Since 2018     PhD Student & Research and teaching assistant, UPCRI, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Since 2018     Psychologist, Fondation As’trame Vaud, Lausanne, Switzerland

           2018    Research fellow, Unité de Recherche du centre d’Etude de la Famille – CHUV, Cery, Switzerland

           2018    Research fellow, Service de Psychiatrie de Liaison, CHUV, Lausanne, Switzerland

           2017    Intern psychologist, Unité de Recherche du centre d’Etude de la Famille – CHUV, Cery, Switzerland

           2017    Intern psychologist, Fondation As’trame Vaud, Lausanne, Switzerland

           2016    Intern psychologist, Pediatric Intensive Care, University Hospital of Padua, Padua, Italy

           2015    Intern psychologist, Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care, Hôpital Necker-Enfants malades, Paris, France

           2013    Intern psychologist, University Hospital of Padua, Padua, Italy

Selected Conference Contributions

  1. Puglisi, N., Tissot, H., Rattaz, V., Favez, N., Razurel, C., & Epiney, M. (2021, November). Infants’ vagal response to 3-months-old mother-infant-father interactions: The role of stressful interactional events. Talk presented at the 1st Perinatal Research SIG Symposium: "Collaborate for high quality perinatal care", Zurich, Switzerland
  2. Puglisi, N., Tissot, H., Rattaz, V., Favez, N., Razurel, C., & Epiney, M. (2021, October). 3-month-old infants’ physiological reactivity to infant-father interactions: the role of paternal engagement. Poster presented at the Journée de la recherche du département de pédiatrie, gynécologie et obstétrique, Geneva, Switzerland
  3. Puglisi, N., Rattaz, V., Tissot, H., Favez, N., Razurel, C., & Epiney, M. (2019, October).A process-oriented study of infant's emotion regulation during mother-father-infant interactions. Poster presented at the Journée de la recherche du département de pédiatrie, gynécologie et obstétrique, Geneva, Switzerland
  4. Puglisi, N. (2017, November). The Role of Psychologists in Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care: From Experience to Knowledge. Talk presented at the Journée Clepsydre, Paris, France
  5. Puglisi, N. (2017, June). The physical and psychological experience of a group of psychologists in Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care. Talk presented at the 2nd National PhD Conference in Social Sciences, Padua, Italy
  6. Puglisi, N. (2017, June). The Role of Psychologists in Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care: From Experience to Knowledge. Talk presented at the 2nd National PhD Conference in Social Sciences, Padua, Italy
  7. Zaggia, C., Sequi, G., Puglisi, N., & Pettanazzo, A. (2017, March). The experience of parents of children who died in pediatric intensive care: a qualitative survey based on a focus group. Talk presented at the Conference Per la Pediatria Futura, Padua, Italy