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I am a CNRS research fellow at Laboratoire Jean Perrin at Sorbonne Université in Paris since October 2021. 

My research focusses on the understanding of biological systems at different scales, from gene interactions to tissue mechanics and, in particular, development of living organisms. 

Originally from Rome (Italy) where I studied Theoretical Physics at Sapienza, I obtained my Ph. D. from Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Modèles Statistiques at Université Paris-Sud XI (now Paris-Saclay) in 2015. For my postdoctoral experience, I first moved to the Francis Crick Institute in London and then to Laboratoire Jean Perrin at Sorbonne Université, Paris. 

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Photo credit: ​The Francis Crick institute | Dave Guttridge

Research interests:

  • inference on large biological datasets;

  • robustness in molecular circuits and pattern formation;

  • mechano-chemical interplay in development.

Education at a glance:

        2015 Ph. D. in Theoretical Physics

                      Université Paris-Sud XI

        2012 M. Sc. in Theoretical Physics

                 Sapienza Università di Roma

        2009 B. Sc. in Physics

                 Sapienza Università di Roma

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