Clinical Psychologist, Master in Neuroscience and postgraduate professor with ten years of experience as psychophysiology researcher. Expert in translating neuroscientific principles in decision-making scenarios, from simple attention-related tasks, to brain-to-brain interfaces. Founder of SEELE Neuroscience, a company that provide research methodologies for behavioral economics, consumer neuroscience, and experimental heuristics. He is working in a multinational venture to make comatose patients communicate using a “host body” Presentation Description Imagine you can see, listen and think, but you can’t express or communicate by any mean. You can’t speak, you can’t move, or blink of blow. This is how it feels to be a locked-In patient, a comatose state that make us question which are the limits of consciousness. Michael Schumacher is maybe the most famous case of a stellar career truncated by a cranioencephalic trauma that letting him until today in such locked-in state. But there is a way Schumacher can return to the running track. Imagine his prodigious motor reflexes can be sent from his brain, to another fully functional body. This is brain-to-brain communication, a reality that is just beginning to spawn in the research labs, but a hope for millions of comatose patients, and the proof that in the future, our consciousness might not only reside in a single brain.