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Marco Fabbrini

PhD Student

Department of Pharmacy and Biotechnology

Curriculum vitae

Born on 30-Dec-1996.

High School Diploma at Liceo Scientifico E. Torricelli (Faenza) in 2015, with evaluation of 85 out of 100. During the same period i attended a brief curricolar experience in a company, as an economy management employee.

Bachelor Degree in Biotechnology at Alma Mater Studiorum Bologna, in 2018, with evaluation of 110 out of 110 cum Laude. During this period i acquired a Certificate of Attendance for the Base Course of Cytometry, in 2018, issued by the National School of Cytometry (GIC). During my studies i've been a trainee student (internship) for 4 months in Lab. Cell Signaling, CEO: Lucio Ildebrando Cocco, at Department of Biomedical and Neuromotorial Sciences of the University of Bologna (DIBINEM). In this period i cooperated with Roberta Fiume, PhD. in studying new therapeutic targets for the treatment of Acute Myeloid Leukemia, with a final thesis on "Study of epigenetic regulation mediated by lysine demethylase 4A (KDM4A) in Acute Myeloid Leukemia".

Master's Degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology at Alma Mater Studiorum Bologna, in Bologna, Italy, with evaluation of 110 out of 110 cum Laude. During my formative period i attended a 9 moth curricular internship at Unit of Holobiont Microbiome and Microbiome Engineering, Department of Pharmacy and Biotechnology, University of Bologna (Via Belmeloro, 6 - 40126 Bologna - Italy - CEO: Patrizia Brigidi). My research project was focused on studying the human gut microbiome using Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) and metagenomics bioinformatic approaches. In particular, i have been searching for associations between several bacterial species of interests and different parameters such as geographical origins, subsistence practices and ageing in centenarians individuals, implementing a novel shotgun metagenomic approach. The final thesis is titled "Analysis of 92 Faecalibacterium prausnitzii genomes from metagenomes uncovers unexplored variations associated with human lifespan and geography".

Currently PhD Student at Microbiome Unit, Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences (DIMEC).

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