Graduated in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical technologies at the University of Sassari in 2010 with a thesis entitled “Determination of the rate of utilization of exogenous deoxynucleosides in Caco-2 cells”. She attended different seminars in the field of agriculture, bio and nanotechnologies as “Research needs for countries in Sub-Saharan Africa” held by visiting professor Dr. Charles D. Dago, 26 May 2011 (Sassari); “Multifunctional nanomaterials as sensors for targeting and delivery” held by visiting professor Joseph Irudayaraj 23 June 2011 (Sassari). She attended the International Conference on “Dryland ecosystem functioning and resilience: integrating biophysical assessment with socio‐economic issues” 6‐8 July 2011 (Alghero). Today she has a fellowship for the development of nanobiosensors, in particular  functionalized mesoporous films and nanoparticles, for detecting organic and microbiological contaminants in water and food.

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