Graduated in physics in 2013 at the University of Bologna, with a thesis on ecological modelling for next generation sequencing data. From the same university she earned her PhD degree in Physics in 2017, with a thesis on stochastic modelling and statistical properties of biological systems inferred from omics data.
She is now a junior assistant professor (fixed-term) at the Physics and Astronomy Department of the University of Bologna. Her research interests are in stochastic modelling, data analysis, network theory and bioinformatics for systems medicine, in particular in the context of ageing and metabolic and inflammatory diseases.
She is currently involved in several national and international collaborations and European Projects, including VEO, COMPARE, HARMONY and PROPAGAGING.