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#TalentiUniSR: Alexandra Derevianko

21 November 2017

Alexandra is one of our #TalentiUniSR: not just a brilliant student but also the head of the UniSR Cheerleaders. Her Bachelor Degree’s thesis in Psychological Sciences and Techniques, entitled “Cancer, emotions, cinema“, has deepened the look of emotional change in neoplastic patients following disease experience. Her thesis project, realized with Dr. Maria Monica Ratti at the Clinical and Health Psychology Service led by Prof. Lucio Sarno, was recently presented at the AIOM Congress (Italian Association of Medical Oncology – Rome, October 2017), at Bookcity Milano 2017 in the section dedicated to Psychoncology and the SIPSA Congress (Italian Society of Psychology of Health – Florence, November 2017); on this last occasion Alexandra had the privilege to personally present her studio through a poster presentation.


Alexandra Derevianko

Your University studies

I attended and graduated from the Bachelor’s Degree in Psychological Sciences and Techniques at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University

Why you enrolled at the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University

Because it was exactly the kind of training I wished to undertake in the field of clinical psychology

What opportunities our University has given you

It has allowed me to interface with different realities, both clinical and research, andto  confront me with excellent teachers and researchers in our field

What you currently deal with

I’m attending the first year of the Masters Degree Course in Clinical and Health Psychology, always at UniSR

Do I enroll at San Raffaele or not? Suggestions you’d give to an undecided student

I would definitely recommend entrolling at our University: the reduced number of students allows a better teacher/student relationship. This allows us to be better followed, giving us the opportunity to discover our abilities and then bring them to fruition in our own personal field of interest

Your best quality

Being able to listen to others

Favorite quote

“Just ‘cause you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there”

Your dream in the drawer

I have many, I haven’t yet identified a precise one

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