General context

treeI was trained as a pathologist and cell biologist and spent most of my career trying to understand basic phenomena in biological sciences, starting in neuroscience and then switching to tumors, using molecular biology and cell biology approaches. In the last five years, in my research activity I used more and mores tools and idea from complex systems, artificial intelligence and quantitative biology.

My current research activity can be subdivided into several branches:

  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning¬† for personalized medicine
  • Network Medicine
  • Network Physiology
  • Tumors (dynamic of polulation, chromatin organization, cell division, cell biocmechanics)
  • Neurodegenerative disease and protein aggregation
  • Water and migration
  • Bio-inspired materials