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Curriculum Vitae

I graduated in Plant Biotechnology at Turin University (UNITO) with a master thesis about functional study of a glucotransferase in apple (Malus domestica x Golden delicious) via CRISPR/Cas9. I carried it out at Fondazione Edmund Mach in San Michele all’Adige (TN) in the Genomics and advanced biotechnology laboratory. With a study grant at Crop Protection Technology group in UNITO I contributed to the realization of an informative platform and divulgation events for the INNOSETA project (H2020), concerning distribution of plant protective products. Currently my study grant at IPSP Torino in the Functional Genomics and Ecofisiology lab concerns micropropagation, grapevine genetic improvement and in the context of NATURE project my work concerns gnotobiotic plants and plant-microorganisms interactions.