Location: DIBIT1 A3, Floor 1, Room 17A
Bioinformatician, Tissue and Systemic Immunity
Computational biologist, Omics Sciences
Eugenia Bezzecchi has graduated in Molecular Biotechnology and Bioinformatics at the University of Milan. She has completed her Master dissertation analyzing transcriptomic data from public cancer genomics databases to narrow down over-expressed splicing isoforms in aggressive tumor subtypes. She has collaborated for about one year with the University of Milan, analyzing ChiRP-Seq data to identify the role of the long non-coding RNA MIR205HG in prostate basal cell and its implications in cancer development.
Currently, she works as a computational biologist for the Center for Omics Science and the Diabetes Research Institute of the IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital, Milan (Italy), supporting the research group led by Dr Alessandra Petrelli. Her work focuses on analyzing flow cytometry and RNAseq data to identify the endotypes of type 1 diabetes in childhood.