Head of Education

Once a scientist, always a scientist. I have a BSc/MSc in Medical Biotechnology and a PhD in Molecular Medicine from the University of Milan, Italy. I trained in immunology and infectious diseases at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD (USA), before moving to Imperial College London, where for nearly 10 years I directed a research group studying how HIV weakens the human immune defences and eventually causes AIDS. I joined Healthcare Learning in 2017 as Head of Education and I oversee all our education activities and programmes.

Favourite quote:

““There are only two kinds of people who are really fascinating: people who know absolutely everything, and people who know absolutely nothing.” By Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray (Lord Henry Wotton).

Interesting fact:

I used to be a keen chess player, but I am very much out of training now.

Proudest moment:

That’s easy, when my kids were born.

Lifelong goal/aim:

World peace! No, wait, that may be too ambitious.

What would you do with a million pounds?

I’d probably keep living my life, but travel more.

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