I aim to contribute to defining quantitative biomarkers and genetic risk factors for neurological pathologies.
I studied physics and earned a master's in applied physics. I graduated with honors from Bologna University and was awarded a PhD in Biomedical and Neuromotor Sciences.
During my doctoral studies, I worked primarily with magnetic resonance imaging, majoring in tractography methods, for which I was awarded a scholarship at the Neuroanatomy and Tractography Laboratory, King's College London, and selected to work within the Disconnectome-ERC grant, Bordeaux University.
I am performed genetic analyses at Stanford University, and I am now investing in genetic modulating risk factors for Alzheimer's pathology.