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Via Adamello 16, Milano
I obtained a Master's Degree in Pharmacy in 1988 and a Postgraduate Qualification in Experimental Endocrinology in 1991 from University of Milano (Italy)
I started my career as a research technician at DiBit, San Raffaele Hospital, in Claudio Bordignon's laboratory of Gene Therapy, moving later to the Telethon Institute of Gene Therapy (TIGET) where I continued working on gene transfer in human and mouse cells using retro and lentiviral vectors.
Since 2014 I joined Bruno Amati's laboratory at the European Institute of Oncology (IEO), where I strengthened my skills in molecular biology techniques. In particular I am the lab reference for designing and implementing CRISPR-Cas9-based technology.
Most Relevant Publications
An early Myc-dependent transcriptional program orchestrates cell growth during B-cell activation.
EMBO Rep, 2019
Integrative analysis of RNA polymerase II and transcriptional dynamics upon MYC activation.
Genome Res, 2017
Identification of MYC-Dependent Transcriptional Programs in Oncogene-Addicted Liver Tumors.
Cancer Res, 2016
Selective transcriptional regulation by Myc in cellular growth control and lymphomagenesis.