Diana Prata leads the Biomedical Neuroscience Lab at the Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering of the University of Lisbon, with visiting lectureship and research positions at ISCTE CIS-IUL, FCUL and King's College London - where she has trained for 12 years. In 2017, she won a Marie Curie Actions Prize for the "Most Promising Scientist in Innovation and Entrepreneurship", among other distinctions and awards totaling +€2M; and published +40 international articles. Her lab investigates the biology of human behavior, namely, of empathy, trust, and cooperation - aiming to improve the quality of the social life of psychiatric patients and, by raising awareness, of everyone. She is also co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of NeuroPsyAI, a company developing diagnostic solutions for neurodegenerative illnesses combining neuroimaging and artificial intelligence. Coherently in the theme of social, Diana loves exploring the diversity of cultures as a globe trotter, and dancing, improv theatre, jazz singing and heated conversations with other human beings.