In 2015, I graduated in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology at University of Milan. During the last year of my studies, I completed my Master Thesis entitled “A novel high resolution MS approach for the screening of 4-hydroxy-trans-2-nonenal sequestering agents” and I could worked on several projects focused on the analysis of modified protein by oxidative stress with different bioanalytical techniques. For instance, I developed a new method for the automated injection and quantification of multiple samples to measure the abundance of specific protein isoforms and their variation upon treatments with reactive carbonyl species (RCS).
After my master degree, I had the opportunity to continue my research work at University of Milan and collaborate with several companies involved in the pharmaceutical field.
In September 2016, I started my PhD project at Thermo Fisher Scientific in Bremen as an Early Research student of the “MASSTRPLAN” project. My research is focused on separation and high-resolution MS analysis of protein lipoxidation products.