I am a young researcher from Milan (Italy). I am a very enthusiastic person with a special love for nature and sport. I am also very curious and sociable and I certainly prefer working in a highly communicative and collaborative environment. I am extremely precise and I need to face anything with positivism and, if possible, with some fun.
I was graduated in Veterinary Biotechnology Science at the University of Milan (Italy), where I got to learn some of the most common techniques daily used in the lab. I got a double title PhD in Veterinary and Animal Science with a project shared between the University of Milan and Barcelona (Spain). I like to gain expertise on new techniques to be able to solve the research questions. My interests include all fields related to microbiome and immunology.
Currently, I am a Postdoc researcher in Dr. Luigi Nezi’s laboratory, Department of Experimental Oncology of IEO in Milan. I am working on the characterisation of the immune infiltrate in colorectal cancer patients, with a particular focus on the interaction between neutrophils, CD8+ T cells and microbiome and on the mechanisms contributing to cancer progression.