Location: DIBIT2 A1, Floor 3, Room 21
Computational biologist, Tissue and systemic immunity Unit
Computational biologist, Bioinformatics, COSR
Nicola Baldoni is a computational biologist at the Bioinformatics Core of the Center for Omics Sciences and the Diabetes Research Institute of the IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital, Milan (Italy), supporting the research group led by Dr Alessandra Petrelli. His work is focused on analyzing Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) data from immunological diseases.
He earned a bachelor's degree in biotechnology and a master's degree in Agricultural and Environmental Biotechnology at the University of Perugia. Afterwards, he continued his journey as a research fellow at the University of Perugia. Prior to that, he was accepted to the International Summer University at the University of Tartu in Estonia, where he attended the course 'Metabarcoding: from Lab to Bioinformatics.' Subsequently, he became involved in the POLYPLOID project, an international consortium awarded an H2020 RISE grant. He also completed an internship in Bioinformatics in Barcelona, Spain, where he worked on transcriptomics and metagenomics.