Who I am

My career has been focused on genetics of complex traits in humans, with a specific experience in next generation sequencing and bioinformatic data analysis.

I’ve been always interested, however, in expanding my experiences well beyond the bench and my university, and in getting involved in larger initiatives of public engagement and science policy. It’s always been a way to enrich my scientific contribution and the horizon of my scientific goals.

Through this peculiar mix of experiences, I’m quite comfortable at leading not only scientific initiatives in the field of next generation sequencing, but also activities of international science policy or new participatory approaches to scientific development.
My professional profile, therefore, is very interdisciplinary and spans a wide range of activities where I have a consolidated expertise in project management and training design.

I’m always happy to collaborate in innovative and challenging projects, aiming to address interesting scientific questions or to further develop biotechnology in Europe and beyond.