© Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine
I was born in Naples on 18 May 1982. I received the B.Sc. degree (Laurea I livello) in 2006 with a final mark of 103/110. In October 2008 I started my Master of Science final
project under the supervision Professor Adriano Peron and in collaboration with Diego di Bernardo at the Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine. My project focuses on the
development of a method for the study and analysis of microarray experimental data from human and mouse tissues and cell lines, with the aim of discovering tissue- and cell-
specific gene regulation via a novel a data “warehousing” technique to cope with computational complexity due to large datasets. I received my M.Sc. degree (Laurea II livello) in
October 2009 with a final mark of 110/110.
Programming Language: C, C++, Java, MATLAB, Prolog, Pascal, and SQL. Web Applications: Java Servlets, JSP, HTML, XML, JDOM and PHP. Database: ORACLE, MySQL and
Education & Research Experience
1996-2001 I.T.I.S. “F. Giordani”, graduate with 74/100
2005-2006 Internship at the Institute of Cybernetics "Eduardo Caianiello" at the C.N.R. Pozzuoli
2008-2009 Internship at the Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine
2009 (September) I attended EMBO course “Networks in biology analysis, modeling and reverse engineering” (21-24 September, Bologna) organized by Giovanni Romeo.
2010 (July) Selected for the PASCAL (Pattern Analysis, Statistical modelling and ComputAtional Learning) bootcamp in Marseille (5-13 July)
2010 (November) Selected for Oral presentation at RECOMB/DREAM 2010 for the Systems Biology conference. Title of presentation: "Identification and Analysis of tissue-
specific co-expression networks from human samples".
2011 (September) Selected for poster presentation at ICSB 2011.